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On a steeply-pitched, sloping site, this house in the Spring Valley neighborhood of Washington, D.C. is composed of a series of connected towers that combine to create a residential environment terracing from street level to the top of the hill. Entry is either at street level through a two-car garage, or through a terrace level entrance at the top of a flight of stairs. The main living level, a two-story tall living room faces south to the terrace with an adjacent dining room and kitchen. Vertical living is enhanced through a commercial scale elevator that connects all four levels and the roof terrace.