A Trinidad neighborhood home sold for a record high in January. Lots of DC homes seem to be setting neighborhood highs lately, like the ones in Petworth and Brightwood that also set records this year. All three of these record setting sales prices closed above list price, signaling that times are good for sellers and bidding wars may become the norm again.
The record setting Trinidad neighborhood home is located on Neal Street in Northeast Washington, DC just east of Gallaudet University and close to shopping on H Street. After just seven days on the market, the home sold for $552K -- $3K above the listing price.
The 1,223-square-foot Trinidad neighborhood row home is a three-story colonial built in 1925. The home was renovated in 2012 and includes all new plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems. The front of the home is brick, while the rear is siding.
The home includes three bedrooms and two full baths on the upper level. The main and lower levels each have a half bath. Most of the house features hardwood floors, while the basement is carpeted.
The floor plan is open to make the home feel spacious and airy. In fact, the wood floors on the main level run from one end of the house to the other, including in the kitchen. The kitchen is updated with granite counters and stainless steel appliances and even includes a breakfast bar.
The master bath on the upper level features his and her sinks. The Trinidad neighborhood home also has updated high efficiency toilets to help save money on the water bill.
The home also has a sun room and separate laundry room. Plus, there is a rear entrance with with parking for two cars.
Check out the latest listings on the Rock Creek Realty website to find your own Trinidad neighborhood home.