Look inside this Wesley Heights Tudor house for sale for $3.5 million

This 6,105-square-foot English Tudor house in D.C.'s Wesley Heights neighborhood was built in 1931. It has had some prominent occupants and neighbors in the meantime. The house has undergone extensive renovations recently. Take a look inside.

Constance Gauthier

A stone path leads to the main entrance.

The foyer leads to the living room, dining room, kitchen and sunroom.

The living room has a wood-burning fireplace.

The dining room has hardwood flooring and large windows that overlook the property.

Steps connect the foyer and a living room.

The sunroom was upgraded from a screened porch.

The kitchen has new appliances.

The second-story family room has built-in shelving.

The kitchen has a breakfast nook.

The primary bedroom suite has space for a seating area.

The primary bathroom was recently renovated.

One of the second-story bedrooms has a built-in desk and shelves.

There is a wood-burning fireplace in the lower-level recreation room.

The lower-level in-law suite has a kitchenette.

A view of the house and yard from the back.

The backyard patio.

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Photos by Constance Gauthier