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Good Deal or Not? Weekly Wed. House Porn. Edition

This home is located at 300 C St, NE:


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The flier says:

“Quintessential Cap Hill Victorian on prime corner lot, 1 blk to US Capitol grounds. 3BR, 3.5BA, refinished wood flrs, fresh paint, private rear garden/deck. Elegant living rm, turret dining room, dramatic. Remodeled kit w/ center island, stainless appliances & marble counters. Home is flooded with light. Located in the ultimate Capitol Hill location close to union Staion, House/Senate etc.”

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

And a bit more info the paper copy flier I picked up:

“Antique 19th century “Gasolier” chandelier in living room conveys. Notable former owners include Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison”.

How do you guys think this one ranks among other house porn posts? I’m digging the kitchen. It’s yours for $1,295,000.

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