Thanks to a reader for sending the cool news. The reader writes: “Did you see Designed to Sell on HGTV last night? It featured a Wardman row house on Parkwood Place and highlighted all the cool architectural details of these “rare” homes. They called our hood “prime real estate location” and said that homes typically sell between $500,000 and $750,000.”
HGTV’s Web site says: “Columbia Heights in Washington, D.C. is a prime real estate location, but homeowner Kenley Moy’s house doesn’t quite fit the bill. His 1910 row house is a unique property that was built by a famous real estate developer, however, its true personality and grace are hidden under too much white paint. Luckily, the Designed to Sell team is on their way over.”
Pretty cool stuff. You can check out all the before and after photos here.