The carriage house at 165 Columbia Heights underwent a full Landmarks Preservation Commission-approved renovation, and it's now seeking a new owner for $9.95 million. The adorable house once belonged to the Jehovah's Witnesses, and in 2012, after four years on the market, they sold it for $4.5 million. With LPC's approval, the new owners embarked on a renovation to restore the white stucco facade to its original red brick, and they overhauled the interiors, too, replacing all of the mechanical systems. There's a great room with a fireplace and skylight, four bedrooms, and a rooftop terrace off of the master bedroom. All of the bathrooms have heated floors, and the lighting is by designers Holly Hunt and Lindsey Adelman.
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