Capitol Hill Residence

This early 1800s mansion near the Library of Congress, once converted into condos, was reconverted into a single-family home with a grand entertainment space on the entire main level. Custom paneling and coffered ceilings of hand-crafted, locally-sourced pecan meld with new oak floors to create a warm and inviting salon-like open space for the owners’ many receptions, fundraisers, and large dinner parties. A bar area, guest powder room, and private guest suite with its own entrance complete the first floor, while the private residence is on the upper levels of the home.

Washington, DC Wnuk Spurlock Architecture | 1,100 square feet Photos: Carolyn Watson