This house is located at 1734 D Street, NE. The MRIS listing says:
“Offers If any reviewed 4/5/17. This classic DC row home features 4 BD, 3 BA with1590sf of living space that is flooded with natural light. This lovely home is freshly painted and move-in ready but still offers space for a new owner with vision to come in and upgrade to their tastes. Be sure to check out HD video tour on youtube”
“A woman was found bound and stabbed to death inside her Northeast Washington apartment Tuesday afternoon, days after she was last seen at a D.C. museum. [Corcoran Gallery of Art]”
“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch are investigating a fatal stabbing that occurred in the 600 block of 14th Street, Northeast, on Tuesday, March 21, 2017.
At approximately 4:19 pm, members of the First District responded to the listed location for a report of an unconscious person inside of a residence. Upon arrival, members located an adult female suffering from multiple stab wounds. DC Fire and EMS responded to the scene and found no signs consistent with life. The victim remained on the scene until transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
The decedent has been identified as 34-year-old Corrina Mehiel, of Burnsville, North Carolina. (more…)
I recently purchased a fixer upper home in Kingman park and received a trash violation in the mail from Feb 8th. The violation is pretty concerning to me, first of all because my crew working on the house takes the trash every evening to the dump. We do this to avoid trash piling up in the backyard. The photos were taken around 12:30, when the crew was most likely at lunch and so by evening the trash that I am being cited for was gone.
Second it is clear from the photos that the inspector walked into my gated backyard. When I first moved into the home I had a short gate that was leaning over but stood up and was closed every evening. I don’t know if the crew left it open when they went to lunch, but it was definitely closed before I went to bed. I am a single female and always check to make sure my gates are closed and locked as well as my doors. Are inspectors allowed to enter your property with no one present for a trash violation?
What has been readers success in fighting these types of violations? I imagine a hearing will be a he said/she said issue. Is it better to admit with explanation or fight it?”
This rental is located at 1668 Kramer Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“NEW Listing:OPEN 8/13 11am-12pm: 2 bed (each w/ensuite b-room) 2.5 bathroom renovated row home blocks from H Street, METRO/Streetcar. 2 private outdoor spaces. Living & Dining room. Kitchen w/dishwasher, gas stove, & wine bar. Washer/Dryer. A/C. Tons of storage. Pool & bikeshare near. Pet friendly ($25 per pet/month). Available furnished for extra. Tenant covers all utilities. Street parking only.”
This rental is located at 1674 Kramer Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Bright and updated 2 bed, 1 bath row house located just blocks from the H Street Corridor and more! The home features a traditional floor plan with an updated kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors throughout, washer/dryer in basement, back patio for relaxing and prime location near shops, restaurants and transportation. Available September 1st.”
Ed. Note: You may also wish to contact the Mobile Crisis Team (MCS). “The team is part of the Dept of Mental Health’s Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program which operates 3 mental health programs:
Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES): 202-673-9319 (24hrs, 7 days per week)
Mobile Crisis Services (MCS): 202-673-9300 (9am -1am, 7 days per week)
Homeless Outreach Program (HOP): 202-673-9124 (9am -8pm , M-F)
Also you can call 311, 911 or 1(888)7WE-HELP (1-888-793-4357).”
At 6:05pm, Tuesday, at the corner of 16th at North Carolina Ave NE, I saw a disheveled, 45-50ish woman rolling a big suitcase with a few bags hanging from it. She rolled to the front of our building and hung out on the side walk, like she was looking for someone. I went out the back stairway, but when I came around the building on my bike, she had pulled a bottle of cleaning fluid and was dumping/flinging it everywhere (and unfortunately focusing on the buzzer). I yelled at her, asked her what the hell she was doing, and started taking photos. She yelled at me about termites, scorpions, coming from the crust of the earth, etc etc etc. A neighbor stepped out for a cigarette and saw her walking back to her bags. She packed her bags and left.
This rental is located at 1638 A Street, NE. The listing says:
“Welcome to 1638 A Street NE and the Capital Hill neighborhood. The location of the property is literally on the Hill. This home offers a corner outlook with the back patio area. It is near the metro, markets, and malls all within a few blocks from the property. Also, enjoy the back yard for the warm Summer nights DC has to offer.”
This rental is located at 542 24th Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Looking for Short term or 1 Year Lease Agreement. AMAZING NEIGHBORHOOD, PERFECT LOCATION near H Street, Trolley, Metro, Bus, Parks, Golf Course, Hwy 295, Capitol Hill, shopping, etc. Hardwood floors throughout. Carpet in Basement. Large Bedrooms with Bonus connecting room for Office or 3rd Bedroom, Storage space galore, Garage, French doors to kitchen, skylight in bathroom. Shows well.”
This house is located at 1727 D Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Xellent location btween Cap Hill and H St Corridor*EZ to downtown, MD, & VA*RFK, Stadium Metro 1/2 mile*Cute 3-level brick TH w/charming front porch & fenced front yard*Remodeled kitchen w/granite counters, wood cabinets, SS appliances, gas cooking, plus balcony*Vintage wood floors*Kitchenette in basement rec room plus full bath, den; walk-out to OSP for 2 cars*2015-2016 Maury ES*More!”