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Good Deal or Not? “100% renovated!!” Edition (Reader Request)

This home is located at 23 Randolph Pl, NW:


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The flier says:

“Gorgeous Renovated Colonial w/ offstreet Parking for 2! 100% renovated!! Beautiful custom kitchen w/ Marble Ctps, designer distressed cabinets, & millwork. Exposed brick, hdwd flrs throughout, large windows. 13′ Master ceilings w/ exposed brick. Custom Bthrm w/ glass shelves & marble tile. New Roof, New Windows, New HVAC, New Plumbing, New Electric. Everything brand new!”

You can find more info here and a virtual tour here.

The reader writes:

“From talking to long time residents this house had been vacant for 20-40 years. After numerous “discussions” with DCRA to take care of things like couches/abandoned cars in the backyard, it is awesome to see this place restored! I am curious to see what your readers think.”

Wow, I think the renovation came out great. What do you guys think? I guess I’m just surprised there aren’t 2 full bathrooms. Do you think $519,999 sounds reasonable for this 3 bed/1.5 bath?

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