District Design & Development (D3) recently completed renovations on a Victorian-style rowhouse at 24 T St. NW in D.C.’s Bloomindale neighborhood, transforming the property into a 4,000-square-foot, three-bedroom house with a two-bedroom rental unit on the basement level.

D3, owned by managing partners Brian Abramson and Yvette Freeman, specializes in residential renovations and property restorations.

Abramson is a third-generation real estate developer from the family that owns Tower Companies and Freeman also owns Foundry home furnishings, a former U Street store relocated to the Old Lucketts Store in Leesburg, Va.

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The $1.495 million property on T Street includes Italian tiles, an open kitchen with Carrara marble counters, white-and-gray European kitchen cabinets, 12-foot-high ceilings in the two master bedrooms, two balconies, a patio and a rooftop deck with views of the monuments.

The house also has eight-foot-tall black solid wood doors, new plumbing and electrical systems, two new heating and air conditioning units, a full-size laundry room, a new roof and new skylights.

The first master suite has a free-standing tub, a stand-alone shower and two skylights, while the second master bathroom has two rain showerheads and a custom-designed glass enclosure.

There are two off-street parking spaces.

For more information, visit www.24TStreet.com or contact Joe Freeman, a Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent, at 202-256-5453.

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