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Good Deal or Not? “Victorian Mansion” Edition

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This home is located at 4301 Kansas Avenue, NW:

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The flier says:

“Gorgeous Victorian Mansion. Amazing renovation with huge open living space, 7 bedrooms. Sep Dining Rm. Beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings, audio sys speakers. Wrap-around porch. Encl brick patio. Two-story garage. With contract and negotiated terms developer will customize property including finished basement, create master suite and/or paved driveway.”

You can find more info and photos here and a mouse on house tour here.

Wow, this house is huge. What do you think of the renovation? I know folks have questioned in the past exactly how much a home in Petworth can go for and I suspect this price may bring similar comments. But I am curious to hear what you think about the home itself. This 7 bed/4 bath is going for $899,000.

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