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Good Deal or Not? Ivy Covered Edition


This home is located at 4418 14th Street, NW:

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The flyer says:

“Welcome to this Oversized and Very Well Kept Traditional Row House. This home boasts five spacious bedrooms, three full bathrooms, a sunroom, a breakfast room, a 3rd story deck, and much more! Your buyers will also love the vast green space that includes an ivy covered trellis, an English garden with flowering shrubs, climbing roses, azaleas, hydrandeas and perennials.”

More info and photos found here.

There’s lots of nice original details in this home. I guess the main question I have – would it bother you to live on a really busy street like 14th? Does $500,000 sound reasonable for this 5 bed/3 bath (even though the kitchen looks like it needs some updating)?

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