“Upstairs is a long sitting room or office, with a wet bar, which opens onto the private roof deck.  This is an awesome outdoor space, with two tiers of lounging area so when you have a party, your work friends and your college friends can segregate themselves and talk smack about the other side.”

“Upstairs is a long sitting room or office, with a wet bar, which opens onto the private roof deck.  This is an awesome outdoor space, with two tiers of lounging area so when you have a party, your work friends and your college friends can segregate themselves and talk smack about the other side.”

“Living here would mean becoming one of those families who have so many rooms in their house that they have to start making up uses for them.  (“This is the room we use to store all the hair-covered sheets you peel off the outside of the lint roller.”)”

“Living here would mean becoming one of those families who have so many rooms in their house that they have to start making up uses for them.  (“This is the room we use to store all the hair-covered sheets you peel off the outside of the lint roller.”)”

“On the third floor is a kitchenette;  whereas most houses put the in-law/nanny suite in the basement, this house puts it up top.  There’s also a gym up there, which is convenient;  now you can not work out in the comfort of your own home instead of not working out downtown at the gym.” 

“On the third floor is a kitchenette;  whereas most houses put the in-law/nanny suite in the basement, this house puts it up top.  There’s also a gym up there, which is convenient;  now you can not work out in the comfort of your own home instead of not working out downtown at the gym.” 

“If you prefer your brick discreetly plastered and wallpapered like a 19th century gentlewoman in 11 floor-length petticoats and a ruffled turtleneck, this isn’t the place for you.  But if you like your brick as naked as a 58-year old French guy at a nude beach, call your bank.”

“If you prefer your brick discreetly plastered and wallpapered like a 19th century gentlewoman in 11 floor-length petticoats and a ruffled turtleneck, this isn’t the place for you.  But if you like your brick as naked as a 58-year old French guy at a nude beach, call your bank.”

“This roof deck is seriously huge though, coming in at 1250 square feet.  That figure made me curious how much square footage I have in my apartment, and if it’s larger or smaller than this roof deck, but I stopped halfway through my calculations because quite frankly if I discovered that my entire apartment is less spacious than this house’s roof deck, then I would have to acknowledge, finally and conclusively, that something in my life went terribly wrong, at which point there would be only one thing for me to do – sue my parents for having me.”

“This roof deck is seriously huge though, coming in at 1250 square feet.  That figure made me curious how much square footage I have in my apartment, and if it’s larger or smaller than this roof deck, but I stopped halfway through my calculations because quite frankly if I discovered that my entire apartment is less spacious than this house’s roof deck, then I would have to acknowledge, finally and conclusively, that something in my life went terribly wrong, at which point there would be only one thing for me to do – sue my parents for having me.”

“Further on is the sunroom, which has an all-glass ceiling, so you can lie back and look at the stars, and ponder the fact that if you had a dollar for each one in the sky, you still would only be able to pay back like half of your student loans.”

“Further on is the sunroom, which has an all-glass ceiling, so you can lie back and look at the stars, and ponder the fact that if you had a dollar for each one in the sky, you still would only be able to pay back like half of your student loans.”

“This is one of the most Georgetown-y houses I’ve seen in a while.  It’s more Georgetown than a nine dollar cupcake.  It’s more Georgetown than a big empty space where a Metro station should be.  It’s more Georgetown than a lobster roll wearing a little polo shirt.  (I could do this all day.) “

“This is one of the most Georgetown-y houses I’ve seen in a while.  It’s more Georgetown than a nine dollar cupcake.  It’s more Georgetown than a big empty space where a Metro station should be.  It’s more Georgetown than a lobster roll wearing a little polo shirt.  (I could do this all day.) “