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919 Maryland Ave #1919 Maryland Ave #1919 Maryland Ave #1

Charming Capitol Hill condo with many original details! 919 Maryland Ave NE home showcases some of the most beautifully ornate details in restoring the original character of a Washington row home. The high ceilings are adorned with crown molding, the windows are dressed with plantation shutters, and the light filled living room contains custom floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcases. Gorgeous hardwood floors lay throughout the home.

919 Maryland Ave #1919 Maryland Ave #1

Updates such as recessed lighting throughout, stainless steel appliances, granite counters and a gorgeous backsplash in the huge kitchen provide modern convenience to partner the charming characteristics in the space. Not to mention the large private outdoor space off the kitchen! You may dine out while dining in on one

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We have a light-filled, clean, open-concept condo for rent on the top floor of a 4-unit building. 612 14th Place NE #3 has one bedroom, one bathroom, and contains 554 square feet. This condo is located on a beautiful tree-lined street. There are several great features, including: 

Spacious balcony
Slomin's security system
Dedicated parking space
Bamboo floors
In-unit washer and dryer
Central air-conditioning
Jacuzzi tub
Stainless steel appliances
Jenn-Air gas stove including grill
High ceilings and skylight
Granite kitchen and bathroom countertops

This condo is located three blocks from H Street NE and Atlas District bars, restaurants, and shops. Nearby transit includes Union Station (red line) and Potomac Ave. and Eastern Market (blue/orange/silver line) Metro

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Buying a row home with a rental unit is a great way to save on your monthly mortgage. In the current DC real estate market, home prices are soaring and even those buyers with a solid income can often use help in defraying costs. Capitol Hill is one DC neighborhood that offers a great deal of row homes with a rental unit. As one of the most popular neighborhoods in the District, sale prices often reflect this and having a rental unit can be a huge help to making it affordable to live in the area. Capitol Hill is well-regarded for its proximity to the the U.S. Capitol building, the National Mall, and Union Station. There are also five Metro stops (four on the orange/blue line, one on the red line) that service the neighborhood. In addition to the Mall, there…
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Fixer-upper row homes are often the solution to saving some money in this current DC real estate market that is tough on buyers. Flippers are often profiting $200,000-$300,000, so if you can cut out the flipper and have the renovations done yourself you can save a lot. Shaw is one of the neighborhoods that offers a number of fixer-upper row homes ready for a buyer. It is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the District right now, and has seen a massive revitalization in the last decade. Shaw offers its own amenities while being close to downtown DC. Several new restaurants have opened in the last few years with the neighborhood’s renaissance, including several ethnic options like Zenebech Injera Ethiopian. Shaw is also close to Chinatown, Logan Circle, the…
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The H Street Corridor is one of the hottest neighborhoods in Washington, DC right now. Investors are spending time and money in the area, and home and condo prices are on the rise. Buying a row home in the H Street Corridor with a rental unit is a smart and economical decision, as it allows the buyer to help defray mortgage costs with a renter. The neighborhood is just north of prestigious Capitol Hill, although prices are usually lower than its southern counterpart. Union Station borders the H Street Corridor to the west, and the new DC Streetcar lines will debut along H Street, connecting Union Station to the Minnesota Avenue Metro stop. The Corridor is a hot spot for live music, with several smaller venues to see a show in. There is also a newfound

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If you’re looking to find a two-bedroom condominium near the Walter Washington Convention Center, we can definitely help you in that process. We are experts in the area, as our brokerage is located just a couple miles north of the Convention Center. The building itself is a 2.3 million square foot complex with 77 rooms that opened in 2003. High-rise condos and condo conversions have sprung up left and right in the area since the Convention Center’s opening. You are basically looking at living in one of three neighborhoods in the District if you want to be near the Convention Center: Shaw, Mount Vernon Triangle, or Logan Circle. All three have seen a great rebirth since the turn of the 21st Century. Be sure to check out CityVista at 5th and K Streets NW.

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Shaw is one of DC’s hottest neighborhoods right now. This Northwest DC sector offers a great location, including two Metro stops on the yellow & green lines. Several restaurants have sprung up in the area, and it is in close proximity to Penn Quarter, Logan Circle, the National Mall, U.S. Capitol building, Union Station, and Howard University. In addition to the already existing houses in the neighborhood, brand news condos in Shaw have become a very popular choice. Yale Steam Laundry (right) is just one of the newest condominium options. Check out the map to see what the market has to offer right now in terms of brand new condos in Shaw!

 

 


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1303 Allison St NW, Washington, DC 20011

List Price: $399,900

Way overpriced short sale in 16th Street Heights.  Needs full renovation.  Big issue is no backyard.  Has potential rental/second unit in basement.  Close to Petworth area.  Dog park is just down the street.  Need to buy at a much lower price to make this deal make sense.

4915 Illinois Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011

List Price: $350,000

Another overpriced property.  This one is in Petworth.  Estate sale.  Good sq ft(2280).  Needs a full renovation.  Purchase price needs to be in the mid $200's to make this work.  After repair value is in the low $500's.

819 Farragut St NW, Washington, DC 20011

List Price: $299,900

Will get multiple offers.  Low priced for a home that you can move

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