This unit is located at 310 Todd Place, Northeast. The listing says:
“Renovated 2bed condo in located in HOT ECKINGTON. Separately deeded PARKING. Top floor unit with great light. Vaulted ceiling. Gourmet kitchen with gas cooking, granite, and stainless steel. Hardwood flooring and open floor plan. Generous master bedroom with walk in closet. Washer/Dryer. Two blocks to bus stop and 8 minute walk to metro. Bloomingdale and Rhode Island Row for shopping/dining. Pets.”
This unit is located at 1928 3rd Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Boutique 5 unit building…Cool layout with unique inner piazza courtyard, slick, up-to-date modern finish in trendy Eckington. Large rooms, great views with lots of light and style. Large roof terrace, separate storage and parking (25K). Unit 1 also avail. with cool patio…Don’t miss!”
This rental is located at 1901 Lincoln Road, Northeast. The listing says:
“The Indigo is located just a few blocks from Bloomingdale restaurants, a yoga studio, Big Bear Cafe, The Red Hen, Aroi, Bacia Pizzeria, Boundary Stone, Rustik Tavern and Farmer’s Market. This two bedroom one bath condominium unit has stunning finishes that include stylish maple cabinetry, GE appliances, granite counters, Jacuzzi tubs and individual washer/dryer. This unit is approximately 850 sq.”
Seeking help from community for ideas / resources. Friend was hit by a construction truck on the crosswalk crossing Eckington Pl NE next to Florida Ave around 1:30 / 2 am 11/21/15. Friend was dragged and had leg and pelvis crushed. They are fighting to recover at the hospital but the family is needing help to seek answers and find the person responsible. All we know it was a construction truck turning right onto Florida Ave NE headed westbound from Eckington Pl NE (truck didn’t look right as pedestrian light was on and friend started to cross). The truck had a part of the load hold area that’s red. MPD took a police report but how could someone have the lack of humanity to hit someone and run?!
Did look around and didn’t necessarily find traffic cameras pointed towards the intersection. Any ideas/help to give family answers appreciated. Thanks in advance.”
A reader reports on this regularly nominated house of the day:
“There are dumpsters and scaffolding surrounding the castle-looking house on 45 Rhode Island Ave NE. After sitting around empty for a very long time, it looks like someone is finally doing something to it. Wondering if you heard anything about it? Probably condos? I always though it would fall down before anyone did anything…”
This rental is located at 154 T Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“This spacious colonial front porch features a stunning open floor plan w/ all the bells & Whistles. New oak hardwood floors,gourmet kitchen w Granite & Stainless Steel appliances,2.5 designer baths, tons of closet space, all new systems,large deck & parking w/ Roll up Garage Door.”
This rental is located at 314 V Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“TENANT OCCUPIED THRU AUGUST 31ST, 2015. Great one bedroom condo for rent; utilities included. Condo features, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, full modern bath with ceramic tile, stainless steel appliances and more. Great lighting in an open space. Call to schedule appointment or receive showing instructions.”
“The Fifth District is investigating an assault with a BB gun which occurred on the afternoon of August 9, 2015 in the 1800 block of Lincoln Rd. NE.
An individual reports that that while walking down the street, he observed an unknown vehicle driving in the block. He observed the front passenger firing a BB gun several times into the block. The complainant ran from the scene and realized he had been struck in the buttocks causing an injury.
Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099.”
Hipchickindc is a licensed real estate broker. She is the President of 10 Square Real Estate. Unless specifically noted, neither she nor the company that she is affiliated with represented any of the parties or were directly involved in the transaction reported below. Unless otherwise noted, the source of information is Metropolitan Regional Information Systems (MRIS), which is the local multiple listing system. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Featured Property: 309 Seaton Pl NE
Legal Subdivision: Eckington
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Eckington
Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 3.5 Basement: Yes, Fully Finished Parking: Street Ownership: Fee simple Original List Price for this listing: $699,900.
Property first listed by other agents in May at $799,000.
List Price at Contract: $699,900.
List Date: 06/11/2015
Days on Market for this listing: 5
Days on market for May 2015 listing: 67
Settled Sales Price: $699,900.
Seller Subsidy: $1500.
Settlement Date: 07/15/2015
Transaction type: Standard
Here is yet another example of a home that sold significantly lower than what it was originally optimistically priced at. Even in a fast paced market with heavy demand, initial pricing is key to a quick sale.
Just across North Capitol from its NW DC neighbor, Bloomingdale, Eckington is a NE DC neighborhood that has fee simple attached rowhomes that range significantly in size and price. The south and west ends of the neighborhood feature Victorians with turrets and bays. There are a few large detached homes, however, the majority of the housing stock are porch front houses similar to the subject property.
The highest price paid to date for a house in Eckington is $910,000., which has happened twice (once this Spring, and once in 2014). The bulk of home sales in this neighborhood fall into the $500,000. and $600,000’s.
The listing agents for this sale were Trent Heminger and Kevin Gray with Beasley Real Estate LLC. represented the buyer in this transaction. Nathan Guggenheim with Washington Fine Properties represented the buyer.