This house is located at 1326 Trinidad Avenue, Northeast. The listing says:
“ATEL Development did it again! Taste and Quality speaks, No Detail left out. Get all you wish for: Large Modern Kitchen w/SS, quartz countertops; Sleek Baths w/porcelain tile; New Systems. Hardwood, Tray ceilings, Crown molding. Legal heights in the Basmt + 2nd Kitchen and Bdr/Bath suite. Think extra income! Deck & secured parking. Walk to trendy H street, New Whole Foods and Giant. Must See!”
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Featured Property: 1125 7th St NE
Legal Subdivision: Old City #1
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Capitol Hill
Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 1.5 Parking: Street per listing (there appears to be a garage in the pics) Basement: Yes, Full, Unfinishes Ownership: Fee Simple Original List Price: $500,000.
List Price at Contract: $500,000.
List Date: 10/01/2014
Days on Market: 18 Settled Sales Price: $600,000. Seller Subsidy: $12,500.
Settlement Date: 11/19/2014
Bank Owned?: No Short Sale? No Estate: No
Original GDoN post is: here. The original listing can be seen here: here .
There was some interesting discussion in the comments on the original Good Deal or Not (GDoN) post regarding thoughts about a “flipper tax”.
The District of Columbia actually already has the highest recordation and transfer tax rate in the nation, as confirmed by the Tax Revision Commission’s research. Currently, both buyer and seller respectively pay at settlement the rate of 1.1% of the purchase price if the sale is below $400,000., or 1.45% if the sale is $400,000. or above. Investors who buy property, renovate, and then sell again pay the tax on the acquisition, and then again at the next settlement based upon the increased re-sale price. Investors also already pay taxes on their profits.
On the flip side of a flipper tax, there are efforts under way at the DC Council to incentivize non-investor first time buyers in the District by creating a tax credit. This might sound familiar, as we used to have a Federal $5000. tax credit that is not currently in place.
The listing agent was John Smith with Prudential PenFed Realty. Trent Heminger with Beasley Real Estate, LLC. represented the buyer in this transaction.
“Known for the largest beer garden in the city, Bardo Brewpub is opening in a new building. A structure located on the Bardo property has been refurbished and remodeled, and will open to the public Thursday, Nov 6th. The newly renovated interior boasts one hundred year old pine floors, brick walls and early century, press plate ceilings.
Research has shown that the only building permit granted to the address occured in 1914, making the structure 100 years old. “The building had really good bones, it just needed a little TLC”, commented Bardo spokesman, Andrew Stewart. “The brick walls had been covered in plaster for 70+ years and tar paper from a previous linoleum floor was stuck to the hardwood.”
A wide variety of GABF award winning house brews are available in pints and pitchers as well as growlers. Bardo is 100% dog friendly every day with 15,000 square feet in our beer garden to roam off leash. Located at 1216 Bladensburg rd NE, Bardo has cornhole, big screen movie viewings/sports and is available for private parties/fundraisers, large and small, with no charge for the space.”
“The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspect in connection with a robbery and sexual assault that occurred in the 1100 block of 16th Street, NE.
On Thursday, October 30, 2014, at approximately 12:15 am, an adult female was walking in the 1100 block of 16th Street, NE, where she was approached by the suspect who robbed and sexually assaulted the victim.
The suspect is described as a black male, short hair, medium complexion, approximately 5`6″ in height, in his 30`S, with a cross tattoo on his right face/cheek. He was last seen wearing a black hoody, black pants, and black shoes.
Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.”
“My boyfriend found this girl around 11:30pm at the corner of Oates and Holbrook in Trinidad. She was very friendly, with a collar but no tags. She was scanned at WHS but doesn’t have a microchip. Unfortunately, she started to not get along with my pup so she is currently at the shelter on NY Ave. [1201 New York Ave NE]”
This rental is located at 1316 Florida Avenue, Northeast. The listing says:
“Absolutely charming, renovated 3 bedroom Fl Ave home 2 blocks from the H Street Corridor! Home features new hardwood floors, HUGE living room, brand new kitchen appliances, 1.5 bathrooms, and your very own private back patio! A must see -OFFERED FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED! HCVP/S8 welcomed.”
“Saturday, October 18 – 1:00 to 4:00 PM
Bardo – 1200 Bladensburg Rd, NE
No cover; $10 per barbecue plate
On October 18, 2014, the DC Homebrewers will host its third annual barbecue fundraiser at Bardo Brewpub on Bladensburg Road in Washington, DC. The annual barbecue serves as a chance for the all-volunteer club to showcase and educate its members and the public on the art of homebrewing, alternate brewing techniques, and sensory panels to help new and advanced homebrewers expand their brewing and beer knowledge.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the club’s educational programming and this year’s charity, the Common Good City Farm, an urban farm and education center located on a half-acre lot in LeDroit Park. Their mission is to grow food, educate, and help low-income DC community members meet their food needs and provide educational opportunities for all. For more information, visit here.
Admission to the event is free. A $10 food ticket includes a plate of barbecue (a vegetarian option will be available) and two sides. Some hand-crafted soda will also be available. A variety of beers by Bardo Brewpub will be available for $4. Buy tickets in advance here.
During the afternoon, DC Homebrewers members will be offering a homebrewing demonstration, a variety of educational beer talks, and a raffle. Visit dchomebrewers.com to learn more about the club and join the email list.”