Good Deal or Not? “Original details in this 1910 Beauty” edition

1104 Euclid Street Northwest

This unit is located at 1104 Euclid Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Original details in this 1910 Beauty such as a 100 year old pocket door, wood FP mantelpiece/staircase railing merge seamlessly with a modern renovation(2006)offering an open light-filled floor plan(1823 sf),3 beds,2.5 baths,HWD FLRS, skylight, rooftop terrace + Lower Deck, Kitchen + island, Maple cabinetry/granite.MB offers bay window, walk-in closet, spa shower.Just updated & painted. Beautiful!”

You can see more photos here.

This 3 bed/2.5 bath is going for $685,000 ($325 monthly fee.)

8 Comment

  • That actually seems a little underpriced…

  • It’s tough to tell, but it’s a condo and only includes the top 2 floors. The basement is a separate condo.

  • Emmaleigh504

    I must be going soft because I like this one. Only thing I would change is either the back splash in the kitchen or the counter tops, and put the wall between the kitchen and dining room back.

  • justinbc

    Seems like a good deal to me, even if it is only the top 2 floors. 1800+ sqft is a good size, no matter how you shake it out.

  • msmaryedith

    That staging kind-of cracks me up. “Let’s include two paintings, two hand towels, a bottle of wine with two glasses, a cookbook, two faux flower arrangements, and then put some bags from high end shops on the closet shelves. Done!”

  • Looks like a good deal given the square footage, but no pics of the bath or bedrooms. Skylights are potential trouble and I wonder if it’s used to mitigate a claustrophobic bedroom. Despite the “period details”, they mostly show us the generic looking kitchen.

  • I wouldn’t say this is that great of deal. I checked this place out yesterday, actually. It is deceiving in that you do not get the entire house. The basement is a different condo. The backyard belongs to the basement condo (no access from the condo for sale). Although the interior is pretty nice there are some peculiar quirks (for example, the closet in picture 19 looks large but when you open the doors, there is a pillar that fills half of the closet). There are other little things too but basically it looks like they blew all their money on redoing the kitchen and left a lot of other things off the list.

    As for location, I live on the same block and feel like this block is a nice family area but a bit of dead zone when it comes to amenities. You either have to go to U st or Columbia Heights to get anything. I say it is overvalued but what isn’t in DC???

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