I’m just seeing this now but the reader originally sent word to the PoPville Facebook page around 2pm:

“Loose chicken with green legband in RCP on trail near Peirce Mill.”

If it’s your chicken please search and hopefully recover post haste! It had been 13 months since our last loose chicken alert. And in all seriousness should you have a time sensitive message, tip or request please email me at [email protected] Thanks. And fingers crossed for this chick!


This house is located at 3201 Ellicott Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Library of Congress records say home was built for Mrs. Annie S. Herrmann in 1923.Today in 2016, we invite you to tour the expanded & updated vision of architect Arthur B. Heaton. This oversized corner lot (Lot AC/SF:.36 / 15,830) in the highly sought after NW Forest Hills provides abundant natural light, wide open entertaining spaces, wet bars and 3 car garage. Large enviable closets & storage.”


You can see more photos here.

This 4 bed/3 full/2 half baths is going for $2,499,000.


This house is located at 2951 Albemarle Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Remarkable light-filled 5 bed 3.5 bath property located in trendy Forest Hills. Elegant 1925 classic updated to the highest standard; modernized yet retaining original details. Large entertaining areas, stunning gourmet kitchen w/ 90~ Viking range, gorgeous master suite, full in-law apt, treed grounds on prv cul-de-sac, 2 car garage, near Metro, shops, restaurants, & Rock Creek.3400 est fin sq ft.”


You can see more photos here.

This 5 bed/3.5 bath is going for $1,850,000.


I was having some issues with the real estate section so here’s one I got emailed yesterday – it’s from the same developer behind the Lionel Ritchie house. This one is located at 2710 Brandywine Street, NW. The listing says:

“From every vantage point, every room, every moment, the experience of this home offers a lens into the forest; a home that ushers in the surrounding natural habitat.

Built during an era known for being more boisterous and avant-garde, the angular architecture of 2710 Brandywine maintains an affection for mid-century modern design with open living spaces highlighted by the openness to nature, clean-lines of both refined and natural materials.

The land parcel reaches from Brandywine to Broad Branch as part of an exclusive, little-known pocket cul-de-sac of 20 custom homes. It is a green and lush environment with mature trees and a perfectly haphazard cultivation of undergrowth. The intentional gardens are delicate and balanced. Slate stairs lead to the main entrance from Brandywine, while access to the garage and rear entrance is from Broad Branch.”


You can see more photos here.

This 6 bed/5.5 bath is going for $2,300,000.