This unit is located at 1661 Park Road, Northwest. The listing says:
“1661 Park Rd NW #402: Adorable and cozy condo unit, in small building near lots and lots! Top-floor one bedroom/one bath condo with in-unit washer/dryer, newly spruced up kitchen, freshly painted, and hardwood floors. Windows in every room!”
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Featured Property: 1636 Irving St NW #2
Legal Subdivision: Mount Pleasant
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Mount Pleasant
Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 Parking: Street Ownership: Condo Original List Price: $379,000.
List Price at Contract: $379,000.
List Date: 02/13/2015
Days on Market: 5 Settled Sales Price: $390,500.
Seller Subsidy: $0.
Square Footage reported in listing: 575
Settled Price per Square Foot: $679.
Settlement Date: 03/19/2015
Bank Owned?: No Short Sale? No Estate: No
This property is located just off of Mount Pleasant’s commercial district and was converted from a four unit rental building to seven condos and two deeded parking spaces in 2005 by developer Lakritz Adler. The condo is called The Madera.
In 2005, the brand new units sold for an average of $669. per square foot. Those who were around during the mid 2000s boom years of DC real estate may recall that segments of the market began to slow significantly in 2006, as reflected in the 2006 sale of the subject unit for $446. per square foot.
From 2008 to 2010, the building saw prices around $540. per square foot. In 2013, a unit in the building without parking sold at $711. per square foot.
The listing agent for this sale was Randall Nolan with Urban Land Company. Cameron Shosh with Century 21 Redwood Realty represented the buyer in this transaction.
“I discovered an intruder was casing my backyard at 3:03AM Saturday morning. I was informed that my neighbor 4 houses down had an intruder in their backyard Monday morning. I have video surveillance, and below are videos from Saturday. I have other videos from Monday as well that may help with my neighbor’s case.
I contacted the police via 911, and they were quick to dismiss the case as nothing was stolen or broken in to. Never-the-less I pressed and they sent an officer that looked at the wrong yard, and never came to my door.
Please email this thread if you also had an intrusion, seen a suspicious person, or have images/video from the 1800 block Engleside/Newton alley.
Hopefully posting here can at least make the neighborhood aware of this problem, and help stop these intrusions.
“Before we opened in Adams Morgan, we were trying to open Pop’s SeaBar at this very location. In fact, we had a singed LOI and were reviewing Lease details when the landlord and broker pulled out of the deal last minute, with little to no explanation.
Sorry to say, but it was clear the property owner wanted to sell to a national chain rather than support small, neighborhood business. We would have loved to be a part of the Mt. Pleasant community, as both myself and business partner are former residents of Mt. Pleasant.”
I live on Kilbourne Place in Mt. Pleasant. Yesterday morning there was a wild turkey on our street… in fact it was on my neighbor’s porch. (At the bottom of the 1800 block right before you hit 19th Street.) Do we know if there is a large population in Rock Creek?”