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Real Estate Fresh Finds: September 22

Real Estate Fresh Finds is a weekly selection of newly-listed properties in the District, brought to you by Real Living At Home.

Featured Property of the Week: 654 6th Street NE

“Standing stately on Capitol Hill, this historic beauty offers not only the perfect location but also a nod to the classic D.C. vibe along with attributes to make life easy. For starters — the lower-level, one-bedroom unit is shockingly large and comes equipped with a C of O — meaning you can rent it out. The upstairs unit features soaring ceilings, sunny reading nook, custom built-ins, hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace (just in time for fall!), and beautiful exposed brick. Both rooms upstairs are sizable, to say the least, with a WOW factor from a primary bedroom with tons of space, light and closets. The lower-level unit is self-contained with its own garden-level kitchen overlooking a park, wood-burning fireplace and efficient layout. Outdoor space in the front and back (accessible by both units) is a huge plus to enjoy the weather. This home comes with solar panels (fully paid for), so not only is your electricity cheap, but the panels will also generate additional cash flow for you as well (estimated $2k-$3k per year); along with some peace of mind since the roof and exterior paint have been redone within the last two years. Head north and you have access to everything H St has to offer, including Whole Foods, Solid State Books, Ethiopic, Cane, & Le Grenier. Go even a little farther north, and you’ll find yourself at Union Market — just a .5 mile walk! Head south to stroll around Stanton Park, Schneider’s, Bistro Cacao, & Cafe Berlin. Go a little west and you’ll find yourself at Union Station with shops and access to the metro for travel within D.C., and to Amtrak and other regional trains to take you to wherever your heart desires.”

Other Notable Fresh Listings:

  • The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a 3 BR/3.5 BA luxury Watergate West unit in Foggy Bottom with LED lighting, Black Hills oak flooring, built-in smart technology, spa-like bathrooms and a 94′ long balcony that runs the length of the condo — all for $4.3M.
  • This is a “grand opportunity to own a 2-unit townhome with over 3,400 sq. ft. of living space nestled in Park View” with 3 total bedrooms and 3.5 baths with off-street parking for up to 4 cars.
  • “Terrific top floor, [Petworth/Fort Totten] corner unit with 3 ample sized bedrooms and 3 exposures to allow in a ton of natural light!”
  • Your REO/Bank-Owned Property of the Week is a 2 BR/2 BA unit that has been beautifully updated and features 2 assigned parking spaces at a sub $500k price.

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