Investment properties available in September 2017 in Washington, DC.
45 Rhode Island Ave. NE #B, 1, 2 in the Capitol Hill neighborhood is a gorgeous one bedroom, two bathroom home within walking distance to Metro. There’s no rental restrictions or pet restrictions either—talk about the perfect home for investors to AirBNB it!
This lovely home off of Rhode Island Ave. at 2020 3rd St. NE is just minutes from the Rhode Island Ave. Metro Station. The huge bay window allows lots of natural light and is well maintained. The home, sold as-is, is currently on the market for $549,900—a reasonable price for a row home. The up and coming area is Metro accessible and the Alamo Drafthouse has signed its first D.C. location to be right near this property.
4722 15th St. NW is as affordable as it gets for 16th St. Heights. It’s priced to sell fast and has a unique renovation potential. This amazing Colonial has three levels, a basement and a porch ideal for entertaining on cool nights. While the home needs some work, you will be rewarded with equity money for doing so. Most row homes are selling for over $1 million, this one is not one to be missed.
Another investment property to consider is at 1813 Wiltberger St. NW in Shaw. This row home is the perfect condo alternative on a fun street. It’s one-tenth of a mile to the Shaw Metro station. Enjoy close proximity to restaurants, retail and the vibrant, ever-changing U St. corridor.
3601 34th St. NW in Cleveland Park is a Tudor-style home is currently on the market for under $775,000, a great buy for the neighborhood. Newly refinished hardwood floors, a gorgeous living room with a fireplace and separate dining room makes it a wonderful cozy family home.
Petworth’s 4003 New Hampshire Ave. NW is in a red hot area of D.C. extremely close to the Georgia Ave. Metro station. This incredible property is vacant, ready to go and sold as is. The 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom family home features a lot adjacent to it perfect for possible additions.
Finally, the last great investment property of September is 405 Quackenbos St. NW. This home in the Brightwood neighborhood has had major price drops lately. The seller appears to be quite motivated, making for a potentially swift move. This charming home is on a peaceful street, has a fully finished basement and great backyard perfect for entertaining.