2029 Connecticut is the epitome of grand Beaux Arts construction in Washington, influenced by French architecture, including the Palace of Versailles. It was designed by Hunter and Bell and built in 1917. Its lobby’s marble floors, and exquisite plaster molders provide an elegant welcome. It is perfectly sited in Kalorama, and has been home to a former president, presidential candidate, ambassadors, members of Congress and many distinguished people representing a variety of professions. This exquisite home offers large, light filled public spaces that gracefully flow together for elegant entertaining. The home is approximately 3,200 sq ft (per floor plan), boasting tall ceilings with fabulous, crisp moldings. A private bedroom and en suite bath are located just off the foyer, as is easy access to the kitchen via the butler’s pantry. The large reception room opens to the foyer, dining room, living room, and study. The large primary bedroom suite includes an en suite bath and two walk-in closets. There are two additional bedrooms each complete with their own en suite bath. There is also a bonus room that could be used as a study/home office or converted to an oversized walk-in closet. There is ample assigned storage and one assigned parking space. The building’s roof deck was recently renovated, with the passenger elevator going to the roof, new furniture and umbrellas, plus a new catering kitchen and restroom. The attentive staff of 2029 provide 24-hour front desk service, cleaning and building maintenance. 2029 Connecticut is just a few blocks away from Dupont Circle, Woodley Park, Adams Morgan, the White House and K Street corridor, and surrounded in all directions by restaurants, shops, museums, galleries and other conveniences. The Phillips Collection, Cosmos Club, National Zoo, Rock Creek Park, and Red Line Metro are all nearby.