Extraordinary opportunity of this one-of-a-kind residence. The eclectic and ornate Nicholas T. Haller house (circa-1893) is a four-level, 3,600+ sf, romanesque-influenced, second empire home with unparalleled elegance and attention to detail not often found in many washington homes. Heavily redesigned in 2003 by world-recognized designer Barry Dixon, this grand rowhome has been featured in multiple publications for the restoration of its facade's heavy massing, rounded arches, rusticated stonework and two-story oriel, as well as its interior's restored original wood- and millwork, tin ceiling, stunning curved glass windows, and plaster moulding throughout its grand public rooms. Coupled with its high-end kitchen with radiant floor heating, pull-out freezer drawers, stone fireplace, numerous built-ins and plentiful storage, a total of six restored fireplaces, spa-like baths, and a sumptuous top floor owner's suite with fireplace make this offering stand out from neighboring properties. Replete with a legal 1 bedroom and 1 bath lower level unit bringing in well over $25k in annual income, as well as 3+ off-street parking spaces plus additional patio space in a central, quiet location blocks from grocers, services, notable restaurants, galleries and in-town shopping create a truly special offering on one of the most coveted blocks in dupont.