This home is located at 1519 12th Street, NW:
The flier says:
“Located on a tree-lined street just 2 blocks from Logan Circle, this 1870’s row home has been tastefully renovated to include modern conveniences while maintaining its historic charm. The home is located in the 14th Street Historic District and includes original features such as random-width heart pine floors, curved hallway walls, vintage mantels, pocket doors and six-panel floor to ceiling windows in the living room.
The home boasts a true Chef’s kitchen with 30″ Professional Dual-Fuel Range and 36″ vent hood. The kitchen opens up to a two-story family room with skylights that fill the home with light. Entertain guests in the formal dining room or step outside to enjoy the large private patio.
The master suite includes a fireplace and attached bathroom with a whirlpool tub and double vanities. The upper level also includes a second bedroom and full bath. A den overlooks the family room and could be used as a 3rd bedroom or office.
The off-street parking space and separate laundry/storage room create the final touch of urban convenience.”
The owner writes:
“We *really* love the house, but we need more space and are planning to buy a larger house with an in-law suite with my (retired) dad…we’re in the process of trying to work out a deal on an old GDON (from this past summer) in Columbia Heights (we bought our current house in 2001…since then, it seems we’ve been priced out of Logan and will be moving uptown a bit).”
Well that is a good looking house. What do you guys think of the house? Does $799,900 sounds reasonable?
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