103-year-old home includes oak hardwood flooring
103-year-old home includes oak hardwood flooring A serene neighborhood that sits adjacent to downtown Washington, D.C. is home to a beautiful 103-year-old abode that includes a number of appealing features. The New York Times reports that the house is just five blocks from the nearest Metro station making it close to the city, yet far enough away to feel removed from the hustle and bustle.
In addition to its enticing location, the home boasts an impressive interior as well. According to the news source, the kitchen is especially impressive, as it is complete with a built-in shelving that was made from reclaimed wood. Along with the shelving, the room has a cozy breakfast bar that is furnished with a butcher-block countertop.
However, it is not only the kitchen that is attractive. The news outlet reports that the second and third floor of the home are replete with elegant oak hardwood flooring.
According to the National Wood Flooring Association, hardwood flooring provides homeowners with a number of benefits. The material comes in many different varieties, so there is a style that can match a lot of decorative choices.