GDoN? “Elegant & charming row house” edition

Exterior (Front) -

This house is located at 119 6th Street, NE. The listing says:

“Elegant & charming row house in heart of Capitol Hill!*4 beds/3 full baths*gorgeous flowing hardwoods throughout*Period moldings, fire places, & fixtures* private parking in back w/gate*fully finished lower level with separate walkout entrance, full kitchen & bath. Perfect to rent or in-law suite.”

Living Room -

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This 4 bed/3.5 bath is going for $2,200,000.

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  • Wow. The place is owned by Katherine Harris — former Congresswoman and Secretary of State of Florida (of recount fame). She bought it for around $800k in the early 2000s. That’s some good appreciation.

  • There is certainly a lot of stuff going on in that house. No mention of the sauna in the listing?

  • binpetworth

    I love the flow and woodwork on the ground floor. And the sauna! Then I clicked to the weird loft thing in the (master?) bedroom, the mirrored small bedroom, and the mishmash of styles in the in-law suite and concluded this house is schizophrenic. Seems like the asking price is a bit much for the work it would take to make the differing styles flow better…

    • I usually mock kitchen whiners but given the attention to detail and that wacky black bathroom, I’m surprised the kitchen hasn’t been updated. New appliances and a countertop would not have cost much given the appreciation. the second bath with that narrow shower is a hoot.

  • I bet this house could tell a few, real good juicy stories. There’s a real good haunted feel about it and an overall good preservation too, but that price…oh well. Love that black bathroom.

  • lol at the asking price

  • justinbc

    It’s nice. The only thing really rave worthy for me is that library room. The basement unit looks nice too. The size and location would be the biggest price drivers for me here.

  • The drapes in that sunroom or whatever look like they were leftover from a brothel. the whole place seems a little over done, the kind of Southern nouveau trash look that’s popular in Atlanta.

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