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4113 Meade St Ne, WASHINGTON

3 Beds, 2½ Baths, 2,422 SqFt
Brand New Renovations! Brick Home. Updated Kitchen, with side entrance. Three Main Level Bedrooms. Gorgeous Hardwood Floors. Stainless Steal Appliances. Cozy Fireplace. Large Dining Area. Recess Lighting. Finished Walkout Basement with second Family Room and Bonus Rooms. Big Windows. Spectacular Natural Light. A+ Curb Appeal. Huge Backyard, which can be used for Drive Way Private Parking. Quiet Neighborhood. Great Location, close to Shopping,

4240 Meade St Ne, WASHINGTON

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,145 SqFt
This adorable bungalow style home in Lily Ponds has been completely remodeled. ALL NEW ITEMS INCLUDE: Roof, attic insulation, HVAC and ductwork, electrical wiring, panel and meter, water heater, windows and doors throughout, kitchen appliances, cabinets, bath fixtures, hardwood on first level, vinyl in lower level, ceramic tile in first-floor bath, sod in rear and Zod grass in front lawn. Greeting you on arrival is a well-manicured lawn

4215 Meade St Ne, WASHINGTON

3 Beds, 1 Bath, 1,344 SqFt
Investment Opportunity in Lilly Ponds! This detached 3-level home is awaiting your remodeling vision! Features 2 bedrooms on the main level/1 on the upper level, 1 full bath, living/dining room, Very nice back yard. Cash or Hard money only ~ SOLD 100% AS-IS ~

Eastland Gardens Property Information

Housing options consist primarily of single-family homes, including bungalows, ramblers, Colonials, and classic American foursquares. For multi-family dwellings, Kenilworth Courts in nearby Kenilworth provide one- to four-bedroom units. The neighborhood, whose name is congruous with the pride its residents take in landscaping, is appropriately flanked by lush Kenilworth Park, an extension of Lady Bird Johnson's many beautification efforts.

Eastland Gardens Origins

First developed in 1929, Eastland Gardens came about when real estate dealer Howard S. Gott purchased a parcel of the previously acclaimed Benning Racetrack and Training Ground, known as Bealle's Adventure. The land was platted and sold specifically to African-American families, as their privileges of property ownership were unfortunately restricted to Northeast DC at that time. A benevolent man, Gott offered easy financing of his $500 lots, with as little as $5 down. Once owners had paid half, he would build and finance frame houses. Those that could hold out for the full $500 were offered the same deal, but with brick houses.

Eastland Gardens Transportation & Location

Eastland Gardens has no Metro Station, however, the Deanwood Metro Station on the Orange and Silver lines is located nearby in the Deanwood neighborhood. The Anacostia Fwy (I-295) runs along the south eastern border of Eastland Gardens, enabling residents easy access into Washington city center, and quick access outside the District of Columbia to Maryland.

Eastland Gardens is bounded by Anacostia Ave NE to the north and west, Anacostia Fwy to the east, and Nash St NE to the south.

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Listing information last updated on January 24th, 2020 at 12:03am EST.