This unique red brick house is located on one of the tree-lined streets surrounding the park in the historic Lyon Park neighborhood, recently highlighted in the Washington Post Real Estate section. The house, which was expanded in 2005 to accommodate elderly parents of the owners, is an ideal set-up for anyone looking for a thoughtful design that allows a multi-generation family to live together. The lovely, light-filled rooms contain many ADA features, as well as a spacious kitchen with a large pantry and below-the-counter storage. A Great Room right off the kitchen is ideal for family get-togethers. The house also boasts a large butlers pantry, with a second oven, under-counter refrigerator and ample storage. From the main entrance, the foyer leads to a light-filled living room with fireplace and French doors, which, in turn, lead to a balcony facing the park. Opposite the living room, another set of French doors lead to an expansive dining room and screened-in porch. The house, which has hardwood flooring throughout, is freshly painted. A new roof was installed in December 2019, all original windows have been replaced with Pella Architect style double pane windows, air conditioning units were replaced in 2012 and 2019 and a new furnace installed in 2016, with programmable thermostats. Convenient to Clarendon and all it has to offer, the property is also close to Highway 50, as well as Washington Boulevard, with direct access to I-395.