We are proud to present this pristinely renovated, 3,400+ square foot, 5 bedroom, 3 full & 2 half bath, semi-detached corner row home in north Capitol Hill. This masterfully reimagined Federal style home, originally built circa 1915, features an exquisite open floor plan with wide-plank European oak floors throughout, a gourmet state of the art chef's kitchen with a 48-inch ultra-high-end ILVE range and a wall of windows that opens onto a private 20-ft-wide blue stone terrace. The bright and airy open concept living and dining areas feature custom built-in bookshelves, a gas fireplace, recessed lighting and elegant crown moldings. The large owner's bedroom includes French doors leading to a generous balcony, an extraordinary en-suite bath with marble surrounds, Kohler Purist fittings, and a large walk-in closet. Also on this floor are two additional bedrooms, one with multiple windows-exposures and a walk-in closet, and the other featuring a large bay window. On the top floor, there is a solarium with a wet bar, windows on 3 sides, and sliding glass doors that lead out to a private roof deck. On the lower level there is a separate legal 2-bedroom and 1.5 bath basement rental unit -- with Certificate of Occupancy -- that features 9' ceilings and a chef's kitchen with Bosch appliances and remarkable finishings throughout. The attached extra-wide one-car garage features carefully restored original brick and a sealed epoxy resin floor. The spacious side yard showcases a gracious, resilient lawn and native plantings surrounded by a masterfully rebuilt 100-foot stone wall and custom wrought iron fence. The property has been meticulously upgraded inside and out with high-end and environmentally-conscious finishes including solar power, tankless water heaters, premium grade insulation, and an electric car charger. These energy conserving features have earned this property a Gold-Level distinction from Pearl Certification. Situated conveniently in north Capitol Hill, a short walk to Union Market or Lincoln Park, and just steps from the DC Streetcar and Whole Foods on bustling H Street.