on Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 at 12:55pm.
A real estate auction in Trinidad Wednesday will feature a three-level colonial townhouse at 1408 Morse Street NE in Washington D.C, just north of Maryland Avenue.
The real estate auction in Trinidad is for an end unit home with a list price of $250,000, an end with three bedrooms, two full baths and one half bathroom. It has an unfinished basement.
The public real estate auction in Trinidad will be held Wednesday, February 27 at noon at the house and requires a $20,000 deposit in certified funds only. The list price will be the opening bid and there will be no pre-auction offers. Buyers interested in the real estate auction in Trinidad can view the property in a pre-showing one hour before the auction begins.
The real estate auction in Trinidad is being marketed as a great opportunity for investors with the home having “rehab potential.” The home is brick and siding and the property includes a driveway.
Trinidad is located in Ward 5 in Northeast D.C., bound by Mt. Olivet Road to the North and Florida Avenue to the south. It is between Bladensburg Road and West Virginia Avenue by Gallaudet University and Capital City Market, just north of the H Street corridor. Schools here include Wheatley Education Campus, Center City PCS Trinidad Campus and Joel Elias Spingarn Senior High.
Buyers interested in the real estate auction in Trinidad should know the property is close to the NoMa Metro line as well as several bus routes. The Trinidad community was once riddled with crime, but crime has steadily been decreasing in recent years as police have ramped up efforts in Trinidad. For investors who want to take advantage of today’s low interest rates in a growing community in D.C., visit the real estate auction in Trinidad.