Your opportunity to restore this historic gem! This 1923 Tudor, built by noted architect Ernest Irving Freese was last owned by Leslie Shaw, the first Black Postmaster General of a major metropolitan city, appointed by President John F. Kennedy. This home has all the architectural character and charm that you would expect from a home with this history and pedigree. Enter the foyer which provides a view of the flow of the home's gracious entertaining spaces, including living room, dining room, sunroom, family room, guest bath, kitchen, and laundry room. At the rear of this floor are guest quarters, comprised of office, bedroom and bath. The second story houses 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, including a main and junior suite, bringing the house to a grand total of 3648 square feet. Enjoy the benefits of an active voluntary neighborhood association that celebrates its residents and the history of Lafayette Square, an Historic Preservation Overlay Zone.