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Listing of the Day: 1229 I Street NE

Address: 1229 I Street NE
Neighborhood: H Street/NOMA
Listed: $738,400

The epitome of charming urban living, this brick bayfront D.C. rowhouse is sited on a one way street with a bike lane in the heart of amenity rich H Street NE.

Original hardwoods, exposed brick, custom moldings and other period details pair seamlessly with modern conveniences like central air w/Ecobee thermostat. An updated galley kitchen with custom oak shelves and a pantry leads you out to a delightful back patio. Enjoy summer nights in your own little outdoor oasis that includes a back deck with built-in seating/storage and the flexibility and low maintenance offered by proper hardscaping.

The hardwoods continue to flow throughout the upstairs where you’ll find a huge owner’s bedroom and the updated bath boasts hexagon marble flooring and a dual vanity. There’s a D.C. Streetcar stop right around the corner and a farmer’s market on Saturdays with the best breakfast sandwiches in the city. Union Station, Capitol Hill, Union Market, Whole Foods, Trader Joes and countless amazing restaurants are all nearby.

Comfortable spaces with character and exceptional convenience/location make this property an excellent backdrop for a gracious city lifestyle. D.C. just announced that 12th Street NE will be a designated ‘slow street’ and the hydrangeas alone are worth the visit. Offers, if any, due Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Listed by:
Adrian Dungan
Compass
828-989-9089
[email protected]
www.compass.com/agents/adrian-dungan/

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