GDoN “Woodland Jewel Box!” edition

2710 Quebec Street Northwest

This house is located at 2710 Quebec Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“WOODLAND JEWEL BOX! Absolutely enchanting, recently renovated 3BR/3.5BA in such a special & private parkland setting! Open floor plan with new kit & baths, lavish owner suite, and stunning views of Rock Creek Park. Easy walk to CP Metro, shops, & restaurants! A must-see urban oasis!”

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This 3 bed/3.5 bath is going for $1,750,000.

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  • no idea if it is a good deal, but seems like a lot for a house that size. But the interior seems very nice and the property is beautiful…don’t love the exterior, but I could certainly live with it given everything else.

  • I’d take it. But only if the porch swing conveys!

  • What is special about this house is its location – it is in a totally private area, no traffic allowed, on an essentially private street (don’t know if it is private or public in actuality) and is like living IN the park with a handful of other houses, not too close, for neighbors.. While also being close to Cleveland Park’s commercial area on Connecticut.

    • +1. Yes, this is expensive for the size, but you are living in the woods .3 miles from the CP metro/shops/restaurants/bars. Plus, it appears you have a decent amount of land, which may distinguish it from other properties in DC. Honestly, I still think this might be a couple hundred thousand overpriced, but I love it.

      • Don’t know about this lot, but they tend to be big back there – the houses are not close together, Have walked through there, using the trails that branch off the of the public part of Quebec St near its end. It is a bit secluded for me, I think, but if you want to live tucked away in the woods in a city, you can’t beat the location.

    • there aren’t a lot of subdivisions with houses that look like this here, but around Cleveland and other cities, there are tons of them. It’s probably destined to be a tear down, even though its’s been expanded a little. It’s probably under 2000sf and it may be awkward to subdivide the lot. Probably worth a bit less, esp. if someone wants to build something bigger.

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