805 Jefferson Street NW
– 4 Bedrooms
– 3.5 Full Bathrooms
– 1560 Square Feet
Newly renovated, custom row-home perched in the perfect location within Brightwood. Open main living floor plan, front and back decks, off street parking, large kitchen island with tons of surface space to work, double cabinetry island, SS appliances, gas range, SmartTouch fridge with Family Hub feature, Energy Star windows, half bath on main level.
Basement with kitchenette, front and rear entrances, large BR, bath, and storage space. Perfect for as an in-law suite, Au Pair suite, AirBNB income, or just more space to entertain!
Upper level boasts 3BRs with a ton of natural light. Master suite has a large bathroom with marble tile, double vanity, standing shower, vaulted ceilings, tons of closet space. W/D on BR level. Right around the corner from everything that~s going on/coming soon to Kennedy St! Welcome home!
OFFERED AT $850,000
The Brightwood community is chock full of duplex-row homes, wonderful bungalows and and glorious colonials. Many with wide alleys that run behind the houses and large porches where you’re likely to see neighbors enjoying the outside. If space is what you’re looking for, but with an urban feel, Brightwood may be the answer.
Brightwood borders Rock Creek Park, and Crestwood to the west, Shepherd Park and Silver Spring to the north, Takoma Park and Manor Park to the east, 16th Street Heights and Petworth to the south.
The area, originally known as White Mill Seat in 1756, then Peter’s Mill in 1800, then Crystal Springs in 1810, then Brighton in 1840. Residents soon called it Brightwood, in order to distinguish it from Brighton, MD.
There is a spring, called Crystal Springs, at the corner of 14th and Kennedy Streets, that still runs today. Brightwood is also home to Fort Stevens, a Civil war era fort. The fort saw battle, and 40 soldiers are buried in an area close by that is now a National Battleground Military Cemetery. Fort Stevens is now a ‘battleground park’, complete with trenches and cannons.