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Logan House Renovation Part 3

by Prince Of Petworth October 18, 2011 at 4:00 pm 28 Comments


Photo via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division

“Dear PoPville,

The house at 4 Logan Circle (John Logan House) was documented in 1973 as being in a “dilapidated condition” (you think?) for the Historic American Buildings Survey. (picture from Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Not too long after that, part of the house on this side (13th St), collapsed into the street.”

At the end of last week took a look at this great reno and in addition to the cool history above – I got some details on the plans for the building. According to listing agent Michele Topel from TTR Sotheby’s International Realty:

“There will be four two bedroom condominiums, between about 1500-1700 sq ft with high end finishes, outdoor space and parking. They will initially be offered as rentals at prices around $5000-$5800 per month and we are just waiting for occupancy permits to begin tours of the property, which we hope to have in 30 days.”

I asked Michele when she thought the properties might be sold and she replied 3-5 years. I’m def. looking forward to seeing what the inside looks like but in the meantime you can see the floor plans here:

Logan_Circle_Floor_Plans

And more history here:

Logan_House_History


Photo courtesy of Michele Topel, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

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