Today’s Rental is $1,100/mo

by Prince Of Petworth March 30, 2017 at 2:15 pm 13 Comments

94 Webster St NE

This rental is located at 94 Webster St, NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“Charming 1 Bed/1 Bath Apartment in Brookland/Ft Totten! Available Now!!
94 Webster St NE #1, Washington, DC 20011


Year Built: 1942
Sq Footage: 355 sqft.
Bedrooms: 1 Bed
Bathrooms: 1 Bath
Lease Duration: 1 Year (See Details Below)
Deposit: $1,100
Pets Policy: No Pets Allowed
Laundry: In Unit
Property Type: Condo


This 1 bedroom/1 bathroom unit is located in the Fort Totten neighborhood of NE DC. The apartment features hardwood floors and an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Washer/Dryer in unit.

Centrally located near Catholic University and the National Medical Center, the unit is only one mile away from the Ft Totten Metro Stop on the Red, Green and Yellow lines and close to multiple bus lines.

Professionally managed by Scout Properties. Contact Stephen today!


Range / Oven
Garbage disposal
Stainless steel appliances
Heat: forced air
Central A/C
Hardwood floor


Near transportation
On-street parking

LEASE TERMS -$50 Application Fee Per Adult
-Minimum One Year Lease Term
-No Pets
-Tenant Responsible for Electricity & Gas”

  • GS

    A unit in this building just sold for $125k. With these rents (net $250 HOA), that’s a low double digit return for the owner!

    • PetworthGuy

      That’s an 8.16% cap rate at a price of $125k excluding additional costs……not the greatest return. Safe to say this owner paid below $100k whenever they purchased it

      • PetworthGuy

        Yup – they paid $67,000 for it in 2012 per public record.

      • GS

        Oh yes, my bad on the returns

  • Anonynon

    Wow it says Brookland but that is a really really secluded and rough part of town. I’ve driven through several times you are in a complete desert in terms of anywhere to get groceries and shop. Would definitely need a car.

    • stacksp

      Probably need a car but no sure I would consider this a rough part of town as far as crime goes.

      • Anon Spock

        Rough probably meant not new and shiny.

      • stacksp

        This place is right by Carroll HS.

        Webster to RCC and you are in “Petworth” by the soldiers home in like 2 min by car.

        Hawaii Ave to Brookland/CUA

    • Dogg

      I live one block over and this is NOT a rough part of town at all. You can bike / walk to Brookland easily and the H8 bus comes right there. Mile from the Brookland metro and probably about the same distance to the Ft. Totten one. Agreed it’s a little secluded, but a great little area.

    • Anon Spock

      H8 takes you to the safeway next to petworth metro and to everything near Catholic. 1.5 miles isn’t close, but it’s not that bad with a direct bus nearby. 60 gets you to Wal-Mart.

    • anon

      definitely not a rough part of town, and you don’t need a car.

      you can get to brookland or petworth in less than 10 minutes by bus, and there’s always a bunch of car2go around the neighborhood.

  • tke98

    It’s on my jogging route. In my opinion, it’s not rough and does not require a care. But everyone is entitled to their opinion based on their needs and wants. I live 3/4 mile from Petworth Metro and within 1-3 blocks to the 64, H8 and 60 and was told by an ex, many years ago before Petworth became such a hot spot that it is today, that I lived in the middle of nowhere and that a car was necessary for everything. I disagreed then and still feel that way (I do own a car, but he did not). But he was the type of person that needed to be on top of a metro, gym and supermarket. That doesn’t hold true for all.
    I think this is a great deal. $1100 for a one bedroom in walking distance to a metro station. And that shopping center with the seven eleven and pizza place is not too far from here too. This is what affordable housing in the city looks like.

    • James W.

      Keep in mind that not all one bedrooms are created equal. Living in 355 sq ft is cramped, even for a single person without much furniture. I’d call it a fair price, given size and location, but it’s not great.


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