A phenomenal double-decker balcony with lots of artwork/sculptures.
It’s been vacant for ages but I can’t wait to see who eventually moves in next door too:
I forget I’m in the city when I walk through the Woodland-Normanstone neighborhood.
@DCPoliceDept tweets the photo above and writes:
“Water Main Break: 3200 Block of Mass Avenue, NW.”
I took this picture yesterday right where the Glover-Archbold Trail crosses New Mexico Ave. That is no filter- the water is wine/blood red colored. It was like this prior to the storm yesterday and still is there today.
This spot must collect a lot of strange runoff because ever 2-3 weeks it gains some color. Sometimes faintly white and sometimes a faint blue/white, but this was so bright and shocking I had to take a picture.
I called the NPS and sent them the picture too. They say that they are going to contact DC govt folks and probably have to test the water.”
Good God that is disturbing. I’m guessing maybe that District Department of the Environment could look into it. Anyone else know who should look into this situation?
This one from Woodland-Normanstone near Woodley Park continues to grow on me.
The Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch is investigating the death of an adult male that occurred in the 3000 block of Woodland Drive, NW.
On Friday, June 29, 2012, at approximately 11:10 pm, members of the Second District responded to the 3000 block of Woodland Drive, NW for a report of a tree down and an unconscious male. Upon arrival, they located an adult male lying on the ground. They also located an adult female who suffered from burns to her body from an apparent power line that was down. DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services personnel arrived on the scene and transported both victims to a local hospital. The adult male subsequently succumbed to his injuries. The cause of death is pending an autopsy. The adult female was admitted to a local hospital for treatment.
The decedent is identified as 67-year-old Mohammad Ghafoorian, of Northwest, Washington D.C.
This home is located at 2203 Wyoming Ave, NW:
The flier says:
“A total restoration of a truly American-style all-brick home designed by noted architect Alfred B. Mullett. A dramatic entrance hall, double living rms, large dining rm, exceptional craftsmanship throughout, elevator. Modernized, yet with many original features. Main level offers double living rooms, large dining room, gourmet kit w/ La Cornue appliances & cabinetry, spa-like Master baths.”
This 6 bed/4.5 bath his yours for $6,250,000.
This home is located at 2520 30th St, NW:
The flier says:
“Highly distinguished, prominent, European style estate offers exceptional scale, quality & sophistication. Beautifully proportioned public rms incl a gallery sized reception hall, sensational formal LR & DR w/ FP’s and a intimate circular library w/ FP. Public rms open to massive terrace w/ Park views. 1st lvl master wing. 2 family rms and a gourmet kit. Circular drive + 2 car garage.”
This 6 bed/6 bath is yours for $7,995,000.
I’ve had a great time watching this one progress. Now that it’s completely finished, what do you think? More info and previous photos here.
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