GDoN “Dramatically stunning 3BR Mediterranean” edition

3321 Garfield Street Northwest

This house is located at 3321 Garfield Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“OPEN SUNDAY 3/20, 1-4P! Dramatically stunning 3BR Mediterranean with two story ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a garden oasis perfect for entertaining. The ideal mix of indoor/outdoor living, this property has character and a multitude of upgrades. Located just east of the National Cathedral, this decadent home boasts a superb location just minutes to parks and local eateries.”

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This 3 bed/ 2 full/2 half baths is going for $1,849,000.

9 Comment

  • andy

    dude what is up with that door to the dungeon?

    • Hahaha I was thinking the same thing! This house makes me wish I won the PowerBall again though. I swooned over the bookshelves and I love the outdoor areas and windows. The house would definitely need some paint however since pink is evil!

  • I love the architecture. That said, almost $2 million seems steep for 3 bedrooms and a tiny backyard.

  • This house looks familiar – I think it has been on the market quite some time. New broker perhaps. It has nice style, though it isn’t typical for DC, so needs a buyer open to the tile floor Mediterranean look. Probably overpriced for 3 bedrooms. Though homes in this price range are harder to sell these days than those over 2 mil or down below 1 mil, whatever the configuration.

  • Stunning. The word has lost all meaning.

  • Many, many years ago, my namesake though not technically related “Uncle Irving” was visiting from Oregon, stopping in to see my dad and the rest of us in Columbia, Maryland. We all came to DC to visit Fort Stevens and possibly something else, and we dropped in to see his sister, who had married well and lived here. On leaving, my uncle said something dismissive about her “status symbol” home but — it being probably the ritziest house I’d ever been in at the time — impressed me a bit, that high-ceiling-ed living room and the shield thingy on the facade, especially. And, for some reason, the fact that it was across the street from the Belgian Embassy stuck in my mind. Years later, when Garfield Street was on my route to the kids’ school, I noticed the embassy and has a real deja vu moment. Fun to see the inside after all these years. Maybe, since my girlfriend and I are probably too stubborn to move into each others’ homes, we should take advantage of the ridiculous appreciation in our neighborhoods and pick up that place: just about the right size for gracious senior living, I do love the Mediterranean thing, and that tall, tall living room still seems quite cool.

  • No idea if it’s a good deal, but I want it.

  • That bathroom has a loooong counter that reminds me of something from a hotel (not a fancy one though) and only one sink. I am not a believer in having to have 2 sinks – particularly if the space isn’t big enough – but that counter can handle it. I also expect that people looking in that neighborhood at the price point would expect one.

  • I love it — and its Mediterranean styling! Now if I just had 1.8 million dollars…..

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