3524 S Street NW

Washington | DC

Property Description

OFFERED AT $1,749,000


Thermador Range & Vent Hood
Thermadore Dishwasher
semi custom Shiloh & eclipse Cabinet 


Porcelanosa tile

Frameless Glass Shower

third floor

wet bar
second living room
two additional bedrooms

lower level

spacious bedRoom
private rear entrance

Outdoor space

Terraced backyard
rooftop deck
patio for al fresco dining


White oak wide plank solid hardwood floors
Custom closet organizers
Master suite with Attached bath
rear BEDROOm with Juliet balcony and attached bath
ring doorbell 
Kevo smart lock
nest thermostat

Floor Plan


Burleith is a neighborhood in Washington, D.C., United States. It is bordered by 35th Street to the east, Reservoir Road and the historic Georgetown district to the south, Whitehaven Park to the north and Glover Archbold Park to the west. The neighborhood is home to the Duke Ellington School of the Arts and the Washington International School (primary campus).

The history of Burleith can be traced back to 1886 when the Huidekoper family came into ownership of the Burleith tract of land. During their tenure as residents, they built a few buildings, but kept most of the land as woods and fields. In 1922 the Huidekeopers sold the land to Shannon and Luchs, Inc. Instead of keeping the land in its natural state like the previous owners, Shannon and Luchs decided to hire an architect to develop the area. The architect designed homes with moderate prices between $8,950-$13,500 that were targeted for middle class residents with higher than average taste.