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Good Deal or Not? West of the Park Edition?

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Often folks are saying that for prices in Logan Circle etc they’d rather purchase west of the park, so I figured it’s about time I test that theory. The flier for this home at 2635 Woodley Place in Woodley Park says:

“Lovely 5BR 4.5 Bath Wardman TH w/ crown molding, wainscoting, skylights, marble baths, HWD, FP, French Doors leading to Huge deck, MBR with private deck with park vistas, fully finished in-law suite on lower level. Off street parking through the alley. Property is in great shape but being sold as-is.”

More details and photos found here. So after looking at the photos do you think $1,200,000 is a good deal or not? Or would you rather get a huge rowhome in Columbia Heights or a luxury Condo in Logan Circle?

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