GDoN “Ideally located” edition

635 Ellen Wilson Place Southeast

This unit is located at 635 Ellen Wilson Place, Southeast. The listing says:

“Elegant 2BR/2.5BA townhouse in Capitol Hill w 2 parking spots. Bright & open main floor boasts gleaming wood floors, chair railing, crown molding & 2-sided glass FP w/ marble. The gourmet KIT w/ SS appliances opens to a private patio, w/ side yard & storage shed. Both full sized BR’s feat. tile BA’s & abundant closet space. Ideally located nearby to METRO & Eastern Market.”

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This 2 bed/2.5 bath is going for $749,900.

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  • Nice looking place, but the way things are going in Cap Hill/DC…you better be prepared to put some bars on those first floor windows and door (back yard).

    • In Streetview, there are bars on all the windows on the street side of the brick wall. Those don’t seem to be there in the listing photos, though.

  • Love this little block and I’ve always wondered how much these houses go for. Nice place!

  • are these market rate? it’s part of a Hope VI mixed income development with many subsidized units (with a sliding scale and set %s). Not sure what limits/restrictions that entails but it likely explains the low asking price.

    • a 2br for 750k is low?

    • Some (all?) of the subsidized units are rentals more or less. There’s a down payment involved that you get back, but you don’t have the right to sell your unit. Does anyone know if the owned homes are part of the Hope VI development?

      • This is a fee simple home that sits on the coop property. So no income restrictions. They own the home but do pay a fee to the coop for snow removal, property/parking maintenance, access to the community center, etc. The house a few doors down just sold a couple of months ago at a similar price, but this one’s nicer.

  • I used to live in this development. It’s a beautiful, quiet street. Bonus, they have extra soundproofing and you never hear your neighbor, ever! The majority are Hope VI rentals (except they don’t call them rentals) and a few were built to be sold. This one, if I remember, was built to be sold.

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