Good Deal or Not? “luxurious bathrooms” edition

This home is located at 1534 15th St, NW:

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The flier says:

“Fabulous detached house in one of DC’s hottest neighborhoods, Logan Circle. This c. 1892 home has tons of new amenities mixed with old world charm. Features include brand new kitchen with Viking appliances, 2 fire places, three exposures, luxurious bathrooms, high ceilings, recessed lighting, central A/C, two car parking, and a lower level rental unit.”

You can find more info here and a virtual tour here.

For those stuck at work on Columbus Day, I thought you’d like a fun one. It’s yours for $1,175,000.

7 Comment

  • I took a look at an open a few weeks ago. It’s a gorgeous exterior and the location can’t be beat. But each floor is just too small; it’s much too vertical living for my taste. I think there are better options in the area at this price point.

  • It might be an effect of the photography, but each room seems so narrow and teeny. For that money, I would hope not to be able to touch the walls of the room from the middle, you know?

    • looks like a typical dc rowhouse to me.

      • It’s not, actually, as the house is substantially more shallow. The plot of land on which it sits is practically microscopic for a row house at that price. The listing says the lot size is 710 sq ft. A normal row house is 2-3x that size, allowing for a much larger footprint for the house.

  • often, when a place is more than .25 miles from the metro, a handful of people say that it’s not metro accessible. so i’ll say it.

  • Eh, I was underwhelmed by this one. Such random taste in decorating too, it doesn’t help showcase the house. For that kind of money I’d need more space, but the location is great, and the rental unit plus the fact that it is detached is very nice. I bet it goes for just a little under this asking price.

  • Agree with everyone else, for over a million, and I want to be wowed, and this place doesn’t wow. That being said, a detached three story home in basically the best location in D.C. is hard to beat. I say it goes for about a million and whoever can afford that, can afford to seriously upgrade the decor, fixtures, etc.

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