Welcome to this expansive, grand Victorian corner row home with parking and two additional income-generating lower-level apartments, in the heart of historic Bloomingdale. Originally built in 1906 and meticulously updated, it is one of the largest homes in this part of Washington. A gorgeous marble foyer greets you as you step through double doors. The gracious living room features a wood burning fireplace surrounded by two conversation areas, outdoor patio, and lovely elevated views of the neighborhood. Across from the living room is the impressive dining room with space enough for a 12-person table that seamlessly opens into a chef's kitchen, which features marble countertops, a six-burner Thermador "professional" cooktop, wall mounted pot filler, 3 ovens, and a center island that seats up to 5 people. From there, French doors usher you to one of the four outdoor decks. Ascend to the second level with three bedroom suites, each with an attached bath, one with an additional wood-burning fireplace, and two sharing an outdoor patio. The owner's suite is on the top floor with large windows with views as far as the eye can see. The master bath features a custom-built vanity, soaking tub, and heated floors ~ and connects to a huge walk-in closet. A loft space in the turret of this chamber is the perfect retreat to enjoy more stunning views of the city. An additional large bedroom with an ensuite bath is just down the hall. Additionally, the home includes not one but two separate 1 bed/1bath rental units! Lastly, there is an incredible roof deck complemented with wet bar and convenient powder room, and more incredible views of the Capitol, Washington Monument, National Basilica, and National Cathedral. Perfect spot for enjoying the sunset while dining or having a cocktail. New brick retaining wall that runs the entire perimeter of the property. Exterior work including repointing, painting, yard work, and more underway currently. Close to Red Hen, Bacio Pizzeria, Boundary Stone, Tyber Creek Wine Bar, Big Bear Cafe, and more. All modes of public transportation are steps away.