See subject car in frame. When I arrived last night I had to squeeze in between 2 SUVs, now during the day they’re gone and it looks like I poorly parked (never mind that it’s midday and half the block is empty anyway). These people with entirely too much free time and concern over how other people park are really getting tiresome. Maybe a PSA to assume we all know what the hell we’re doing and unless you legitimately OBSERVED someone as they were parking you keep your hands off their car.”
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Featured Property: 521 Tennessee Ave NE
Legal Subdivision: Old City #1
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Capitol Hill
Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 1.1 Parking: Street Basement: Full Unfinished Ownership: Fee Simple Original List Price: $619,500.
List Price at Contract: $619,500.
List Date: 10/30/2014
Days on Market: 20 Settled Sales Price: $620,500.
Seller Subsidy: $18,837.28
Settlement Date: 12/16/2014
Bank Owned?: No Short Sale? No Estate: No
Last week, Good Deal or Not Revisited (GDoN-R) looked at a small home in Old City #2 in Northwest DC. This week’s subject property is in NE, in Old City #1, and although on the smallish side, does have an unfinished basement that provides laundry space, as well as storage (which is super helpful when living in a small space).
The home last sold in 2008 for net $454,816. in what appears to be about the same condition that it is in now. For those who do not recall, the DC real estate market six years ago was in a very different place. Of course, since that timeframe, H Street has hit its stride, in addition to the market returning to a high demand cycle.
In 1998, this home was on the market for nearly a month and did not sell until the price was dropped to $149,000. At that time, it ultimately sold for $142,500.
The listing agent was James Dean with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PerFed Realty. Joe Mascio with Real Living at Home represented the buyer in this transaction.
“On today’s date [Wednesday] at around 6:10PM, a female walking southbound on in the 500 block of 10th Street, Northeast, was approached by a subject who brandished a firearm and took her backpack. The subject, described as a black male, 5’7″, approximately 25 years old, with facial hair, then fled southbound in the 500 block of 10th Street, NE.
There were no injuries associated with this offense.
This case is currently being investigated the First District Investigative Unit.”