This unit is located at 1125 Maryland Avenue, NE. The MRIS listing says:
“Bright and charming 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit in a great building. Bay front window lets in abundant light. Convenient location: steps to HOT H STREET and a short stroll to Lincoln and Stanton Parks, U.S. Capitol, and Union Station. Low fee & low taxes, ample street parking.”
“Community Foodworks is pleased to announce that the Columbia Heights Farmers Market and Brookland’s Monroe Street Farmers Market will open this Saturday, April 22.
The Columbia Heights Farmers Market, now entering its seventh season, will bring fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, coffee, meats, eggs, cheese, and prepared food to the Columbia Heights Civic Plaza from 9am to 1pm every Saturday through December. Swing by this Saturday and say hi to your favorite farmer, pick up some tacos or dumplings, and stay for the joyous jams of Lady Hatchet!
Entering its fourth season, Brookland’s Monroe Street Farmers Market will bring neighborhood favorites and a crop of new faces to the Arts Walk and Plaza. You can expect to find fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, pickles, coffee, teas, and prepared food. Opening Day activities are scheduled for every hour of market! Join us for yoga with Bluebird Sky Yoga at 9am, face painting and balloons at 10am, a children’s theater performance by Only Make Believe at 11am, and a Hula Hoop class by Dance Place at 12pm. We hope to see you there! (more…)
Good Deal or Not Revisited (GDoN-R) is a weekly post that reviews the settled sales data of a recent individual real estate transaction in the District of Columbia. Each post is intended as a case study and a snapshot of the real estate market at a particular moment in time. GDoN-R generally posts on Friday in the late morning.
GDoN-R has been written exclusively for PoPville since 2009 by Suzanne Des Marais. Suzanne is a practicing Realtor with the Bediz Group, LLC at Keller Williams Capital Properties . 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 and/or Smartcharts by Showingtime. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Featured Property: 208 Elm St, NW
Legal Subdivision: Ledroit Park
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Ledroit Park
Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 4.5 Parking: Street Ownership: Fee Simple
Original List Price: $1,675,000. List Price at Contract: $1,599,900.
List Date: 2/17/2017 Days on Market: 25 Settled Sales Price: $1,510,000.
Seller Subsidy: $0.
Settlement Date: 4/10/2017
Transaction type: Standard
For those who were speculating in the comments of the original GDoN post, this gut renovated detached home with no parking finished out at just over one and a half million dollars.
One year ago, LeDroit Park had a 5200 square foot detached home with two carriage houses (and parking for six cars) sell for net $2,335,000. The next highest sale ever for a residential property in the neighborhood was at $1,675,000. in July 2016…again a very large detached property, large lot, all brick, four fireplaces, parking. (more…)
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Looking for a little levity today so this one comes from a friend after we were just joking around about terrible restaurant concepts. And of course it can be real, like Cereal Bowl, or imagined. Have at it!
“The Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Coffee Lab re-opens its doors for the season Today, April 14th. Since its opening three years ago in March 2014, the retail portion of the DC Gelato maker’s hub closes during the winter, and re-opens upon the start of spring.
Photo by Farrah Skeiky
This time, the Factory opens with a new addition: Milkshakes. The drinks all have a gelato base, and some are inspired by flavors or copettas (gelato sundaes) guests have already enjoyed at our various locations. The opening menu of milkshakes ($8 each) includes:
The Factory is the only location to find milkshakes, and there may be new flavors or menu changes in the future.
In addition to milkshakes, the cafe will continue to offer coffee service and gelato. Because guests are enjoying Dolcezza at the source, the gelato at this location is served shortly after it is spun, and the menu features our greatest hits and newest flavors. For our opening weekend, that menu includes:
Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, Indonesian Vanilla Bean, Coffee & Cookies, Vietnamese Cinnamon
Clementine, Grapefruit Hibiscus
The Dolcezza Gelato Factory also retails pints and push pops of our gelato and sorbet, Stumptown Coffee, Paisley Fig snacks, and Dolcezza merchandise when available.