Photo courtesy of Alex Cooper Auctioneers
Thought you might find this story and associated picture interesting given the recent post concerning Petworth’s status as one of the hottest neighborhoods of 2012 in terms of real estate. Alex Cooper Auctioneers conducted a public auction on Wednesday January 16th to sell 514 Quincy St. NW. As you can see from the picture, the auction drew a huge crow including over 60 registered bidders.
The bidding started at $300,000 and ended up at $488,000. The home is a large, semi-detached home with 4 bedrooms, but needs complete renovations. The interest in this home really demonstrates how attractive Petworth has become for home buyers. The purchaser was not an investor and intends to live in the home following renovations. The family who sold the property had resided in it since the 1940’s, the family recollects that they paid around $20,000 for the property. The family was very pleased with the sale price.
514 Quincy St, NW via google street view
663 Water Street, SW courtesy Kilwins From an email: “Kilwins D.C opened its second location in the District of Columbia on Monday January 16th at The Wharf, the city’s preeminent waterfront…
A reader sends last night from the MBT: “Spotted on my walk home from city state.”
1025 Vermont Ave, NW Thanks to Mike for sending: “There’s no sign, but it appears the Grill Kabob on Vermont between K and L closed. The furniture is moved out.”…
photo by Victoria Pickering You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you may…
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