A Trinidad neighborhood home has once again set another record high sales price. We told you about a Trinidad record of $552K back in March, but that old record was shattered by a new high of $926,000 in April.
The record setting Trinidad neighborhood home is located on Florida Avenue in Northeast, just one block east of Galludet University and two blocks from shopping, dining, and entertainment on H Street. The home is a three-level colonial row house with a brick exterior. This property was only on the market for 18 days. It was listed at $898,400, but ended up closing at $926,000 with a seller subsidy of $27,780.
The Trinidad neighborhood home was built in 1923, but renovated this year. The row house spans 3,000 square feet with six bedrooms (four on the top floor and two on the lower level), four full baths (three upstairs and one in the basement), and one half bath (on the main level). It is one of the largest and widest homes in the Atlas District with a front porch, large backyard, and private driveway to park two cars.
The master bedroom contains a walk-in closet, spa-style bathroom with skylight, and a large balcony. All the upstairs bedrooms have wood floors, two include skylights, and one has an exposed brick wall.
The kitchen on the main level features white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and modern light fixtures that hang over the bar. The Trinidad neighborhood home also features a second kitchen in the basement.
The home is filled with light and feels spacious thanks to the open floor plan with hardwood floors. The fully finished basement also includes an outside exit.
Check out the latest listings on the Rock Creek Realty website to find your own Trinidad neighborhood home.