Good Deal or Not? Weekly Wed. House Porn “eat-in Gourmet Kitch” edition

This house is located at 2237 Q Street, NW:


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The listing says:

“GREAT NEW LISTING! Pristine condition, move-in ready in ideal location w/ proximity to various pts of city. Main lvl features high ceilings, LR w/ fp, DR w/ built-ins storage, HW flrs, eat-in Gourmet Kitch overlooking deck & terrace. Upper lvls include 4 BRs, 2.5BAs w/ 2 fp & skylight. LL suite w/ full BA. Attached garage, plus driveway parking.”

You can see a virtual tour here.

This 5 bed/3.5 bath is going for $1,995,000.

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  • What’s up with the big balls in the backyard. Weird.

    Price seems in line for a 3000 sq ft private home in that area of town.

    • I hope that they’re not Horta eggs …… one for our older readers

    • Staging for houses on the market is beginning to get out of control in DC… Agents are hiring staging companies to put opulent dressings in houses now so that the houses look more valuable, but all those things don’t convey. It’s hard to look past the staging to see what the place really looks like. If it looks too fancy in pics chances are they’re hiding something. For nearly 2 mil, this house should have a pool and a full featured gym rather than that unsightfully tiny fish pond.

  • My grandmother had EXACTLY those cabinets and hardware in her modest 1950s house! I would feel right at home here. :)

    But so. much. walking. to cook in that kitchen. The ovens are in a different room.

  • talula

    Odd kitchen layout, but I love that breakfast area!

  • Oh, I love it. So much natural light everywhere. Given the size and fabulous location it actually seems underpriced at $2M. You could probably cover a third of the mortgage renting out the basement and the garage.

  • “Gourmet Kitch” is the best Freudian slip I’ve heard all year.

  • Stunning home!

  • Beautiful!!!!!

  • Very nice!!! I love the kitchen!

  • Jogged by this place last night and it actually has really great curb appeal. That whole block is great, though it does get a lot of traffic flow (cars use it as a short cut to go between Rock Creek Parkway and Dupont).

    One thing I didn’t notice in the pics, which was much more apparent in-person, was the existence of the covered garage underneath! That’s a nice little benefit and it’s sort of hidden beneath the house so you don’t really notice it. :)

    I’m sure this place will sell quickly.

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