Our home has 5 bedrooms: two on the third floor; three on the second floor. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom, with a double shower. There are additional full bathrooms on the third and second floors, and a half bathroom on the ground floor.
The ground floor has an eat-in kitchen/ breakfast room, a formal dining room, a living room and a sunroom. There is a charcoal grill on the back porch and a large, untamed backyard.
The house is a 10 minute walk from the Cleveland Park metro stop. Also 10 minutes away are restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies, nail salons, bakeries, coffee shops, a movie theater and other retail on both Connecticut and Wisconsin Avenues. The National Zoo is a 15 minute walk (but longer when returning home in the afternoon with a cranky child). And the National Cathedral (with gardens as well as Gothic spires) is less then a 10 minute walk.
There is free wi-fi, a clothes washer, a clothes dryer and two dishwashers. Two-zone air-conditioning and gas heat. We have lots of on and off-street parking.
Public transportation includes the Red Line on Metro, the L buses on Connecticut Avenue, the 30/32/34/36 buses on Wisconsin Avenue and crosstown buses such as the 96.
If you are coming to Washington, DC by train or intercity bus, you can take the Red Line subway from Union Station to Cleveland Park (a 20 minute trip), then walk up the gentle slope of Macomb Street to the house (a 10 minute walk). If you are arriving by airplane, I recommend a taxi (despite the cost). It is possible to take public transportation, but it involves transfers and takes at least 60 minutes from DCA and 90 minutes from IAD.
While you can easily park your car at the house, there is no need to rent a car unless you have very old or very young companions, or you plan to do sightseeing outside the city.