The living room, right off, is sleek and modern, with recessed lighting and a simple, open layout. The openish staircase leads up and down to the four bedrooms (the basement one has its own entrance too), all of which are roomy and very bright.
The kitchen is clearly the crown jewel of the house, and very large, with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops and even a little mounted television, so you can get super absorbed in "Judge Judy" while your three-cheese macaroni silently carbonizes in the oven.
The kitchen opens out, via twin glass doors, onto a fine wooden deck that overlooks a flagstone patio and a wide grassy yard. Behind that is a sizable detached garage, for parking cars in, or using for band practice when your midlife crisis hits. (Just please remember to lock the doors. I'm still traumatized from walking in on my dad and his coworkers in the garage, years ago, as they were covering a Sublime song.) It's also within walking distance to Eastern Market, and H Street, which is my new favorite nightlife neighborhood, if only because I know my ex is too lazy to ride her bike all the way out there.
430 10th Street NE
4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths