This magnificent Historic home restored in the heart Historic District of Anacostia which was originally built in 1905. It took almost 2 years to restore this amazing home with fine and spectacular details. It has 3 floors and open floor plan with Gourmet kitchen, quartz counters, SS appliances, hardwood floors throughout the home with recessed lightings, 2 HVAC Systems with gas heating, large fenced yard with deck and more.
18,262 SF 1 City Block deep, From Morris Road to Howard Road. Steps to shopping, restaurants, schools, metro, etc BUIDABLE LOT IN UP AND COMING ANACOSTIA. AWESOME INVESTMENT. On March 29th, 2019 the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA) issued $23 million in bond financing for the construction of 121 new apartment homes in Anacostia (Ward 8), just 2 blocks from the property. ~As Anacostia experiences renewed development and is
1326 Valley Place, SE, built in 1885, is one of five single-family detached homes that were the first to occupy Valley Place. The houses were built on speculation by Henry A. Griswold, president of the Anacostia and Potomac River Railway and friend and associate of Frederick Douglass. The Cottage-style house was built for the working-class individuals of Anacostia. Its earliest known occupants were a Navy Yard carpenter, a railroad stenographer,
1648 U Street, SE is a contributing building in DC?s Historic Anacostia District. The single-family dwelling was built in 1908 by J.E. Webster and architect A.L. Fuss for $4500. The property's most notable resident was John Edge, a Weather Bureau employee, veteran of the Spanish-American War, the Boxer Rebellion in China and the Philippine Insurrection. He received the Purple Heart for his efforts in the Philippines in 1899. Through the 1970s,
***$25K Price Improvement for quick Sale **** Own this Gem in Booming Anacostia !!! Cozy Detached Home featuring gourmet eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertop, high end self closing cabinets and ceramic tiles, center island, large fenced backyard with 2 off-street parking spaces, main level bedroom, spacious family room, sunlight filled 3 bedrooms on top level, high end hardwood flooring on all levels. Unfinished
*HUGE PRICE REDUCTION* *INVESTOR ALERT* *DIY ALERT* *BUILD INSTANT EQUITY* A FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY AWAITS!! A perfect template for the investor or home buyer looking to build to their standards, this double-lot detached home holds the keys to endless possibilities. Basement is partially dug out, with a rear entrance but has ability to expand floor plan even further! The current layout boasts 2900+ est. sq. ft. of livable space. The interior of
MUST SEE AGENT REMARKS REGARDING SHOWNGS. Use your vision to see the possibilities of what can be, then take the opportunity that awaits! The investment has a strong upside. Situated in the heart of a progressively changing Anacostia, this porch front Colonial is steps to the reviving commercial strip with restaurants, coffee houses, specialty stores & more. 5 minutes to Anacostia Metro Station and quick access to I-295, 695 & 395.
Household Size Minimum - 2 people based on 120% of the Median Family Income (MFI) = $526,400 Income Max Sales Price. 1518 W Street, SE is a two-story detached dwelling in DC’s Anacostia Historic District. It was completed in 1890 by J.L. Poston of the Anacostia Building Association for approximately $1,500. While H.A. Linger filed the building permit as then-president of the Anacostia Building Association, Ed-ward Lane (of an unknown occupation)
Please follow best practices by wearing masks and gloves while at property. Please also practice social distancing while showing or viewing this home and limit to 3 people inside at the same time. Top to Bottom Stunning Renovation! Priced to sell! Brand New wooden floors, Stainless steel appliances, 3 bedroom & 2.5 Bathrooms. Parking, Deep back yard. Patio, Deck Show and sell. Seller looking for quick closing. Final touch ups have been
Brand new construction under $450K ! Construction is putting on the finishing touches will be ready to show in two week. You can view 2210 Hunter Place SE WDC, 20020, same finishes 2200 is a End Unit. Seller will take highest and best offer three days after unit becomes available for showing. Please follow Covid-19 Guidelines only three people in the property at one time. You must wear a Mask at all times please do not try wonder through the
Tons of possibilities!Perfect for Investor or Homeowner w/203K and vision ~PERMITS- NEW ROOF - Utitlites and duct work roughed in - new owner opportunity to design there own new home. 1st Fl over 9ft ceilings - 2nd Floor ceilings 8ft or better** FANTASTIC LOCATION in Anacostia ** near Beltway and Bus Lines ***Install your drywall & finishes. - Schedule showings with CSS
Among other points of interest, Anacostia is home to the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site which contains Douglass' estate, Cedar Hill. Residents can also enjoy the offerings of Anacostia Arts Center, Anacostia Playhouse, the Anacostia Community Museum, and the Anacostia Heritage Trail. For recreation, Anacostia Park and the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail are just over the freeway. One of the more exciting projects in the works is the 11th Street Bridge Park, an elevated park that will give new life to an already existing structure. The project has been likened to New York's world-famous High Line and similar elements can be seen in Yards Park, just across the river, adjacent to the Navy Yard.
Anacostia Housing & History
Housing stock in Anacostia features mostly attached and detached rowhouses and garden apartments, but the neighborhood is also home to Colonials, bungalows, ramblers, and several Victorian homes. With newfound appeal and the influx of more dining and retail options, it is likely that a number of condominiums will be proposed, but residents hope throughout development to retain the neighborhood's vibrant character and sense of community.
Anacostia takes its name from the Anacostia River, which was named by the Nacotchtank Indians that originally inhabited the area. In the first half of the 20th Centruy, the community was known as Uniontown and served as a suburb that housed primarily workers in nearby military sites and factories. By the end of the 1960's the area had fallen into decline and despite its rich character, was not seen as an inviting place to live. Now it has been targeted by investors of all sorts and the neighborhood is on the rise in a very big way.
Anacostia Transit & Location
Anacostia has no Metro Station, however, the Anacostia Metro Station on the Green Line is located nearby in the Buena Vista neighborhood.
Anacostia is bounded by Good Hope Rd SE to the north, Morris Rd SE to the south, and Anacostia Fwy to the west, and the eastern border is located between Avalon Playground and Good Hope Ct.
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