One of the earlier single-family houses in the neighborhood, this c. 1926 vernacular Tudor Revival is the most charming house in Crestwood. It is set on a quiet street one block from Rock Creek Park. The rear garden is large enough to fully enjoy being outdoors as well as offering two separate spaces for entertaining. The front garden creates a harmonious approach to the residence and is large enough to accommodate additional plantings. The original interior details were sensitively maintained by the owners, and the windows were replaced with high-quality examples faithful to their original fenestrations. A period-appropriate bespoke front door and vestibule open onto first-floor public rooms comprising the living room with wood-burning fireplace, renovated kitchen, dining room, and sunroom. Owing to plentiful windows on all sides, these spaces are treated to superb natural light at all times of the day. Original oak floors on both floors offer a warmth and character not found in later construction, and the house possesses a strong ethos of the Arts and Crafts movement, popularized in the United States by renown cabinetmaker Gustav Stickley. The rear garden is easily accessible from the sunroom and kitchen, providing excellent access. The three second-floor bedrooms are true to their original floor plan, and the hall bathroom was recently renovated yet maintains a period feeling. The attic provides plentiful storage or an opportunity to create additional living space. The lower level is sizeable and could be renovated to create a separate au pair suite, as it currently offers a large full bathroom, separate laundry room, home office, and other rooms which could be re-imagined in any number of useful ways. This property also offers the convenience of a detached one-car garage.