This house is located at 331 6th Street, Southeast. The listing says:
“BRENT BOUND VICTORIAN BEAUTY – Light-filled & Spacious! 3BR/3.5BA (en suite master bath + walk-in closet / crib room / office), updated, charming and very well located – HWF, 2XFP, open PLAN W/ high ceilings, crown molding, Gourmet kit w/ steel+stone+htd flr, pantry+halfbath, Cnctd LL 1BR/1BA w/ CofO, private patio+BBQ deck. ENVIABLE LOCATION-1BLK TO METRO, 2BLK to EM + BarracksRow! Open Sun 2-4!”
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Featured Property: 326 A St SE
Legal Subdivision: Capitol Hill
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Capitol Hill
Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 1.5 Parking: Street Basement: Yes Ownership: Fee Simple Original List Price: $1,000,000. List Price at Contract: $1,000,000.
List Date: 6/24/2014
Days on Market: 6 Settled Sales Price: $1,253,260.
Seller Subsidy: $0.
Settlement Date: 9/5/14
Bank Owned?: No Short Sale? No Estate: Yes
PoPville original commenters to last week’s GDoN Revisited were completely on target with the expectation that the H Street area property would escalate above list price. The ultimate price of today’s subject historic property, a stone’s throw from the Library of Congress, will likely surprise a lot of people.
The property is situated on an over 4000 square foot lot, which is zoned R-4 and located in a designated historic district. The unconfirmed assumption is that the property has been acquired by a developer. This was the largest lot size recently transferred on Capitol Hill. Two properties with lots over 3000 square feet have settled on Capitol Hill since the beginning of the year.
Here are some news clippings referencing the property going back to the 1930’s, courtesy of a blog called “A Street SE: The History of a Capitol Hill Street”.
The listing agent was Betty Gee of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. Phyllis Jane Young of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented the buyer in this transaction.
This house is located at 1503 Constitution Avenue, Northeast. The listing says:
“Light, bright & open urban retreat steps from all of the best that Capitol Hill has to offer. Two well appointed levels emanate quality craftsmanship and contemporary design with luxury finishes and fixtures. Tranquil backyard with patio and 2nd floor deck create adaptable outdoor living space. Open Sunday 9/21 1-4pm”
Thanks to all who sent emails and tweeted. From MPD:
“The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in identifying two persons of interest in connection with a Destruction of Property incident which occurred on Friday, September 12, 2014, in the 600 block of 6th Street, NE, at approximately 1:30 am.”
This house is located at 1357 Emerald Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Gorgeous Victorian row house, located on a quiet, tree-lined street in Capitol Hill. Open living/dining room with gleaming HWFs. Gourmet Kit. w/silestone, custom cabs & S/S appl. Relaxing fenced in patio. Spacious bedrooms, plenty of storage.Updated BA’s. Walking distance to Lincoln Park, H St.corridor. Quick commute via metro bus, 295 & 395. Offers due 9/23 noon.”
Radici will be located in the former Silver Spork space across the street from Eastern Market at 303 7th Street, SE. Their website says:
“Radici is a specialty food & wine market located in Eastern Market in Washington, DC. We offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner items for dine-in and carry-out, as well as coffee, beverages, wine, beer and an array of specialty foods created by artisanal producers.”
“Did they close?? Sign on the door on Friday night said “closed” but it was on notebook paper, couldn’t tell if it means closed for good or power was out? Tried stopping by Sunday night, same thing… this is a travesty! could it be true?!”
I’m afraid so. 32 Below frozen yogurt opened up back in 2011 at 703 8th Street, SE. Their website is no longer active and their twitter hasn’t been updated since June.
Following K Street, &Pizza will be coming to Barracks Row.
Assuming they get permission to convert the space – they’ll be coming to the OXXO Cleaners space.
749 8th Street, SE
From a press release:
“District Doughnut announced today the official opening of their first storefront location on Barracks Row, scheduled for Friday, September 12. The specialty doughnut shop is located at 749 8th St SE, across the street from the iconic Marine Barracks of Washington.
Executive pastry chef and co-founder Christine Schaefer, a graduate of the Pennsylvania Culinary Institute’s Le Cordon Bleu Program, leads District Doughnut’s culinary innovation. Schaefer designs her creations from scratch, drawing inspiration from both American and international desserts including Key Lime Pie and Salted Dulce de Leche.
District Doughnut will debut serving a rotating selection of doughnut varieties along with small-batch coffee blends from Compass Coffee. Founded by DC-area natives Michael Haft and Harrison Suarez, both former Marine Corps officers, Compass Coffee imports beans from around the world and roasts them onsite in their new cafe and roastery in DC’s Shaw neighborhood.
District Doughnut will open Friday, September 12, through Sunday, September 14, from 8AM until selling out. Saturday and Sunday will feature grand opening festivities including music, games, and more.
For the remainder of September, the shop will be open Wednesday through Sunday, serving a select variety of doughnuts, coffee, and other beverages.”
“Dinner service will be held at Sona Creamery and Wine Bar. DC Brau owner Brandon Skall and Sona’s Executive Chef will take us through each course with explanations of the beer & food pairing process with some fun tidbits about each – a true educational experience. Plenty of time will be left to meet your neighbors and/or savor each sip and chew – this will be a full culinary experience to remember!
**21+, Menu subject to change**”