Blending the old with the new, this classic Capitol Hill rowhouse has it all. The home at 820 7th Street NE is currently listed at just under $1.3M.

Though built in 1949, this beautiful rowhouse has undergone a complete modernization. With 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, you will have plenty of space for a large family and even some houseguests.

As soon as you enter the dramatic front double doors, you can sense the feeling of serenity emanating from the well-designed space.

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Tons of natural light flows in from all angles, and original finishes like the cozy fireplaces, crown molding, and generous rooms make this house a showpiece. Does the space seem particularly bright and airy? It could be the 10-foot ceilings and the subtle recessed lighting.

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The sunny eat-in kitchen was designed for a family that loves to cook and spend time together. Though there is a formal dining room, I can easily imagine most meals taking place in the central hub of the home. Notice the gorgeous wood floors throughout the entire home and the sleek kitchen design.

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Upstairs, the bedrooms and baths have been carefully modernized for the ultimate in comfort and luxury. A fireplace in your bedroom? Yes, please!

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One of the coolest aspects of this property is a fully functional living space in the lower level. It even has its own kitchen for those long-term guests!

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This Capitol Hill row house is located at 820 7th Street NE in Washington, D.C., and is listed at $1,299,900 by John Burgess Group. For more information or to schedule a viewing, go to the original listing.

**All photos in this article are courtesy of John Burgess Group.

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