Built in 1876, this stately rowhouse has undergone a complete transformation into an airy, light-filled home.

From the outside, it looks like any other classic, 19th-century Georgetown rowhouse. Once inside, though, its modern upgrades are immediately apparent. The added windows and careful restoration create an elegant blank canvas for contemporary furnishings and artwork.

living room

The kitchen is a minimalist's dream. Light wood surfaces and stainless steel appliances are the top of the line for any gourmet home cook. It looks out onto an informal lounge space and the garden beyond.


kitchen, lounge

The bedrooms are both spacious and serene, with great views of the verdant Georgetown streets below. Even the fireplaces and simple stone mantels are zen and calming.


No expense was spared in updating the bathrooms. Recessed lights reflect off of the finest marble tiles and the gleaming porcelain tub. Can't you just imagine indulging in a bubble bath after a long day?

bathroom, shower, tub

Across the green expanse of a yard is a guest house for some bonus living space. It has its own kitchenette and a loft bedroom for your lucky visitors. It is accessed through the side entrance so your guests truly have their own privacy.

backyard, trees

bedroom, guesthouse

Finally, no D.C. luxury listing is complete without a garage. This home comes with an enclosed space with room for one vehicle. This is priceless along this stretch of town!


**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Washington Fine Properties.

This week's dream home is located at 1418 33rd Street NW in Washington, D.C. It has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a powder room, and a guesthouse. It is currently listed for $4,295,000 by Washington Fine Properties. For more information or to schedule a viewing, visit their original listing.

What is your favorite feature of this gorgeous rowhouse? What would you do to make it your own? Let us know your ideas in the comments!