Good Deal or Not? Historic Federal Home Edition


This home is located at 1606 33rd Street, NW:

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The flier says:

“Historic Federal with a contemporary flair and sun, sun, sun! Beamed living room addition with skylights overlooks professionally landscaped garden. Elegant library with French windows can be used as third bedroom. Close to Wisconsin Ave shops and transportation, in enclave of other early homes.”

More info found here and a virtual tour found here.

Since I walked around Georgetown a bit I thought it’d be interesting to feature one their old homes for sale. Man, this is a cool one. Check out the virtual tour, it is one of the most unusual I’ve seen. I think it looks pretty sweet but am curious why it has been on the market so long (182 days). What do you think of the home itself? $739,000 sound reasonable?

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