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4818 43rd Street NW

Washington | DC


This unique opportunity to own within the highly desired American University neighborhood does not come along often. With over 3,300 SF of living space, this brick home features 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms spread out over three levels. The property boasts newly refinished hardwood floors on all levels. Some of the main features of this home include a very large owners suite w/ a walk-in closet, fireplace, and private rooftop patio that is perfect for late-night stargazing or morning coffee. All other bedrooms in the home also include walk-in closets and generous square footage. The main level has a spacious living area and bay window adjacent to the dining room. The kitchen boasts granite countertops all stainless-steel appliances such as: electric stove and cooktop, built-in microwave, large French door refrigerator, dishwasher, and a wine fridge. The fireplace off of the kitchen has a comfortable additional newly carpeted living or entertaining space. The kitchen also walks out to a private slate-covered patio and garage.


The private slate patio is large enough to host even your largest gathering, but it may be your perfect quiet urban oasis.
The 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms, laundry, and a full bathroom. The 3rd floor has an expansive open layout that could easily be used as an office, living room, or gym. The open area is flanked on both sides with sizeable bedrooms, both featuring walk-in closets.


The property is located on a dead-end street, which makes it a perfect candidate for street baseball or soccer or hockey while not having to worry about pass through or any traffic at all. The nearby park was recently renovated includes lots of fun features for those of any age. You are blocks away from Tenleytown Metro and tons of grocery, dining, or take-out options.

American University Park is a neighborhood of Washington, D.C., named for the American University. AU Park, as it is often abbreviated, is situated against the Maryland border in the Northwest quadrant, bounded by Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Nebraska, and Western Avenues. Tenleytown and Friendship Heights lie to the east, Embassy Row to the southeast, and Spring Valley to the southwest. AU Park includes some of the greatest elevations in the city and is close to the District’s highest point in neighboring Tenleytown at 429 ft  (the city’s lowest point, Potomac River is 1 ft (0.30 m) above sea level).


Developed in the 1920s by the WC and AN Miller Company, which also developed Spring Valley and Wesley Heights, the neighborhood consists almost entirely of single-family homes. A wide variety of architectural styles are present, and most homes have been modified or expanded since the 1930s. Although one of Washington’s first tracts developed with the automobile in mind, the approximately 2,700 homes are closely spaced, feature porches or stoops, and often lack driveways, which boosters say contributes to community spirit.



Friendship Park, often called Turtle Park, serves as a center for community activity. Neighborhood landmarks include American University’s Washington College of Law and Katzen Arts Center, the Georgetown Day School, Bernard T. Janney Elementary School, the chancery of the diplomatic mission of Japan, and the former embassy of Sweden (which was relocated to the Georgetown waterfront in October 2006), and it was long popular among the diplomatic community. Affordable housing drew young families to AU Park starting in the early 1990s. It remains highly desirable but real estate values have more than doubled since then. Larger homes are now valued at over $1 million.

[Source: Wikipedia]


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