Nov 11 update- INCREDIBLE NEW PRICE!! A most architecturally and historically important house on one of Washington's loveliest blocks, 2110 Bancroft Place is an exceptionally beautiful house of grace and grandeur. It offers refined proportions and details inside and out including a beautiful semi-circular fanlight entry, original staircase and seven fireplaces. There is parking and a roof terrace.~ The grand house of close to 5000 square feet was designed in 1899 by architect Lemuel Norris and built by William Lipscomb who also built the former Textile Museum on S Street among many other prominent buildings. 2110 Bancroft originally sat just to the east in the location of 2108 Bancroft (which was built later) and was moved to its current location in 1907! It is reportedly the first example of a Federal bow-front style house in Kalorama and the first house built on the south side of Bancroft Place. The current owners have lived in the house for 48 years during which time many improvements have been made. There are gorgeous public rooms and large bedrooms. The lower level has separate front and rear entrances and includes a bedroom and bath suitable for guests or staff with easy access to the upper main house and also the front English basement entrance. In addition, the LL has an in-law efficiency apartment or great home office with separate rear entrance.~ Please see Virtual Tour for more photos and floor plans.