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The flier for this penthouse at 1355 Shepherd Street, NW says:

“Breathtaking sunlit treeptop penthouse in Columbia Heights with Soaring Beamed Ceilings and Chef’s Dream Kitchen. Enter into your home through a private staircase leading to a stunning living space with 15+ ft. ceilings, open layout, arched palladial windows, gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and generous cabinet space. Complete renovation in 2004 did not overlook an inch of this unit. Hardwood floors throughout, new windows, new systems, crown molding in every room. Spacious bedrooms with generous closet space, and separate spa-style master bath with oversized jetted soaking tub, double sinks and separate shower. Full sized washer/dryer off master bedroom in separate laundry room for extra storage. Small back deck leads to landscaped yard. 1 car garage comes with the unit, along with potential to rent an extra garage. Short walk to METRO and bus lines. Absolutely breathtaking space to live in and entertain guests.”

More info and some pretty fresh pictures can be found here. This is a pretty interesting property, make sure you check out the photos. So for a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom at this location do you think $460,000 is a good deal or not? I’m also curious to know what you think about the home itself?

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