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Good Deal or Not? Knights in Shining Armor Edition


This home is located at 1344 Taylor Street, NW:

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The flier says:

“REDUCE 25K! SHORT SALE! Gorgeous, large row house restored to orig. 2 yrs ago, Gourmet kitchen, granite counters, s/s appl hardwood floors, 2 blocks from Rock Creek Park, Great setback from street, wrought iron gate in front w/ stonework, beautiful front porch. Enclosed back yard w/ landscaped garden, outdoor kitchen & deck, 2 car garage+1 pkg spac. 1BR BSMT APT $1,250 Mnth. Third party approval req”

You can find more info and photos here.

Wow, we had a talk about this house a couple years ago when I was admiring the knights. I was pretty psyched at the opportunity to see some photos from inside. What do you think of the renovation? The price has dropped pretty significantly. It was originally on the market for $675,000 and is now asking $495,000. Sound reasonable? Do you think the knights are included…?


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