This rental is located at 1341 Maryland Avenue, Northeast. The listing says:
“Unique townhouse style condo in Historic Engine House originally built in 1894. This condo has exposed brick, LARGE windows, soaring ceilings, beautiful wood floors, gourmet granite / stainless kitchen. 3 large BR’s + spacious loft and separate office. 1 Parking spot incl. HOT H street corridor, new trolley street car, Atlas district! Available furnished for $4,800 or unfurnished for $4,000″
This house is located at 19 15th Street, Southeast. The listing says:
“OPEN HOUSE 7/5 1-4PM. You’ll love this 5BR/3.5BA beauty just off Lincoln Park! Open & airy! Upstairs is 2 lvls and features 3 generous BRs, HWFs, Kitchen with SS appliances and honed limestone counters, LR w Gas FP, 2 car OSP, large deck + yard space, and 2nd floor terrace! 2 BR in-law suite in LL w separate entry & W/D. 2 nearby Metros. Ask about KVS $500 buyer credit.”
This rental is located at 716 South Carolina Avenue, Southeast. The listing says:
“Stunning Victorian on an enviable block, steps to Eastern Mkt, menus, The Hill! Exceptional renovation. Unbeatable location, Eastern Mkt right outside your door. Metro 3 blocks away. Light filled, dramatic winding staircase, 2 FPs. Master suite w plentiful storage, closets, beautiful master bath. Relaxing rear patio off gourmet kitchen. Bsmt rented separately. Pets case by case basis.”
This rental is located at 609 F Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Wonderful and charming renovated townhouse very close to Union Station. Large Living room with working fireplace, dining area and renovated kitchen on first floor. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths on 2nd floor. Washer/dryer. Wood floors throughout. Fenced rear yard with patio. Available August 1st. Street parking. No pets and no smoking.”
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Featured Property: 1300 Emerald St NE
Legal Subdivision: Old City #1
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Capitol Hill/H Street
Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 1.5 Basement: No Parking: Street Ownership: Fee simple Original List Price: $649,500.
List Price at Contract: $639,500.
List Date: 04/24/2015
Days on Market: 28 Settled Sales Price: $638,500.
Seller Subsidy: $5000.
Settlement Date: 06/22/2015
Transaction type: Standard
This property is notable for the mention of solar roof panels which, according to the listing, Solar Renewable Energy Credits “generated $3,088 in income in 2014”. The challenge with solar and other green improvements is that the real estate industry is still figuring out a consistent way of valuating these as improvements. This is a current conversation among appraisers, agents, as well as with multiple listing system providers who capture the listing data. Although there are marketable benefits in relation to saved energy costs, buyers are sometimes concerned about taking on leased systems, or technology that may age out.
With specific regard to Emerald Street, a one block long tree lined street not far from H Street, we revisited a couple of other properties last year. Prices in 2014 for these two settled sales profiled in Good Deal or Not Revisited (GDoN-R) were $669,500. and $630,000. with a $2500 subsidy.
The listing agent for this sale was Morgan Knull with Re/Max Gateway. April Brown with Century 21 New Millennium represented the buyer in this transaction.
Friends of ours found this baby (only 5 weeks old) suffering from dehydration in front of a house at 13th and Maryland Ave, NE. The The neighbor said that our friend should probably take the puppy because it wouldn’t make it. Animal control has been called to that house before and they have beware of dog signs all around the yard. What course of action can someone take to make sure that there aren’t any other puppies inside that house?”