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Featured Property: 3134 Ellicott St NW
Legal Subdivision: Forest Hills
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Forest Hills
Original List Price: $6,500,000. in 2008-2009 listing
List Price at Contract: $4,495,000.
List Date: Property has been listed on and off since 2008
Days on Market: The 2012 listing was on the market for 22 days
Settled Sales Price: $4,247,500.
Seller Subsidy: $0.
List to Net Sales Price Ratio: (for 2012 listing only) 94.49%
Settlement Date: 08/08/2012
Bank Owned?: No Short Sale? No
Type Of Financing: Conventional
Original GDoN post is: here.
The listing can be seen: here. The virtual tour can be seen here.
To be sure, 3134 Ellicott St NW is not typical Good Deal or Not (GDoN) subject material. Tax records report over 13,000 square feet of living space on more than an acre of land. It has an unfinished basement and isn’t anywhere near Metro, but I’m guessing there is plenty of offstreet parking.
A closer look reminds us of the historic grandeur of Washington, DC, and, honestly, I just think the before and after pics are quite intriguing. As mentioned above, the property had been on the market as early as 2008. Check out the interior photos from before 21 different designers got their hands on it. In 2011, the property was featured as the DC Design House.
Designed by noted architect Arthur B. Heaton, (profiled here by House History Man, Paul Kelsey Williams), it was built in 1925 for George N. Everett, a department store executive. John H. Small was the landscape architect. It appears that the entire set of drawings and plans for the house are located at The Library of Congress.
The listing agent for 3134 Ellicott St NW was Ellen Wilner with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Cathie Gill of Cathie Gill, Inc. represented the purchaser.