This recently renovated midcentury home is bright, open, and full of high-end finishes.
Located in the quiet Washington, DC, neighborhood of Forest Hills, just steps from Rock Creek Park, this late-1950s home features classic midcentury lines and a breezy open-plan layout that brings light and an airy sense of space to its freshly renovated interiors.
In fact, according to the listing, everything in the 4,100-square-foot home is brand-new except for the structure's original brick envelope. The interior updates were designed by Akseizer Design Group and executed by Coba—with careful attention paid to detail and high-quality finishes throughout.
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The two-level home features five bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths, as well as signature midcentury features such as a vaulted ceiling and a wall of windows with sliding glass doors—for indoor/outdoor living during the capital city's warmer months.