541 Seventh Street is a modern interpretation of a historic Capitol Hill home. The graciously proportioned and thoughtfully appointed rooms marry the flexibility of an open layout with sophisticated timeless living.
Developed by Ditto Residential in collaboration with acclaimed interior designer Darryl Carter, the five-bedroom home reflects an unparalleled commitment to quality and style throughout its four finished levels. Thoughtfulness, passion and attention to detail make this property one of the most captivating to emerge on the market this season.
The main level spaces are ideal for both entertaining and day-to-day living. The dining and living rooms offer seductive appointments including a 1930s French antique six-arm chandelier and carefully restored original mantel. The spacious, gourmet kitchen boasts custom millwork cabinetry, black soapstone countertops and Viking and Liebherr appliances. The kitchen opens into a delightful family room with custom built-ins, diagonal flooring, and three sets of French doors that lead out to a rear garden.
The second floor master suite was designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. In addition to a large walk-in closet and two sets of French doors that lead out to a balcony, the master bath features a custom millwork vanity, dual Kohler sinks, a large walk-in shower and Imperial Danby marble countertops.
There are two additional bedrooms on the second level, both with en suite bathrooms. The third level provides the property’s fourth bedroom plus an entertainment area, complete with wet bar and breathtaking cityscape views. The luxury continues on the lower level of the house, which features a second family room, half bath and a fifth bedroom with an en suite full bathroom.
The terraced backyard and garden, designed by Lila Fendrick, is a rarity on Capitol Hill and features pinnacle blue stone pavers and an electric siding security gate. The beautiful outdoor garden is perfect for entertaining with great access to the interior space.
541 Seventh Street is a reimagining of the historic form, using the highest quality materials and design components. This is the ultimate collaboration of craft, design and architecture.