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We have a gorgeous, fully remodeled end unit rowhouse for sale! 1805 18th St. SE in Washington, DC is a three bedroom, two bathroom house with a finished basement and 1,824 square feet altogether. It has not one, but two parking spaces in the rear. All of the renovations are just three years old and the house comes with all appliances included. 1805 18th St. SE is located just minutes from Route 295, I-695, the 11th Street Bridge, and Navy Yard. It is just a three block walk to Anacostia Park. The house is priced at $329,900. 

For more information, contact:
John Crisafulli
Capital Park Realty
202/449/8525
202/258/7036
 


 

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Victorian rowhomes in Shaw are a distinct architectural feature of the neighborhood.  Duke Ellington was once a resident of Shaw, and many Howard University professors past and present also call Shaw home.  Even though Shaw’s borders have been a topic of debate, the general perimeter includes U Street and Florida Avenue to the north, First Street on the east, Massachusetts and New York Avenues to the south, and 11th Street to the west.  Shaw is served by both the Yellow and Green Metro lines at 2 stations.

Shaw has not experienced the same rapid growth as neighborhoods like Logan Circle or Columbia Heights.  But Shaw is changing with developments like CityMarket at O and new residents joining the neighborhood.  

Typically, three-bedroom Victorian

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203k renovation loans offer funds for the purchase and renovation of homes and are considered important tools for neighborhood revitalization and homeownership opportunities, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Many lenders have issued 203k renovation loans by partnering with state and local housing agencies or nonprofit agencies that renovate homes, and they’ve been quite successful. They’ve found ways to get money into homeowners’ hands with other financial opportunities, like HUD’s HOME, HOPE and Community Development Block Programs.

Other lenders grant 203k renovation loans to prove they are valuable players in low-income communities and to meet Community Reinvestment Act responsibilities. Properties that are

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