Real Estate Fresh Finds is a weekly selection of newly-listed properties in the District, brought to you by Real Living At Home.
It’s a holiday work-week in the District, meaning even if you are in the office, you probably aren’t really concerned with being productive. A majority of residents have likely left town already and if they haven’t yet, it’s probably because they’re still stuck in outgoing holiday traffic. While you’re spinning in your office chair or spending way too much time on social media, why not check out some of our Fresh Finds below:
- This Federal (with only 1 photo) in Georgetown for $5.5mil is your Most Expensive Home of the Week.
- Kalorama Victorian with 7 bedrooms, 2 of which are rental-ready in the basement.
- The worst photos of the week are not only blurry, but they are almost exclusively just of floors and bathrooms.
- This U Street condo is proof that good things come in small sizes.
- A 2-bedroom condo in Petworth with green bricks and pink walls is the REO/Bank-Owned Property of the Week.
For all of the DC listings that hit the market TODAY, click here.
“Detectives with the Metropolitan Police Department’s Second District seek the public’s assistance in identifying four persons of interest in reference to a Robbery (Force and Violence) offense which occurred in the 2500 block of Woodley Road, Northwest, on Thursday, November 16, 2017.
At approximately 9:38 pm, four suspects approached the victim and assaulted her. The suspects then took her personal property and fled the scene.
A nearby surveillance camera captured four persons of interest in this case. They can be seen in this video (above.)
Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by sending a text message to 50411.”
This unit is located at 930 French Street, NW. The Bright MLS listing says:
“Finely crafted 4BR/3.5BA condo built w/exacting detail w/ LL rental unit. Open floor-plan w/expansive windows, 10” ceilings, white oak flooring, back terrace. Modern & elegant fully integrated kitchen w/quartz counters, top of the lines appliances & custom artisan crafted cabinets. Master bedroom features ready to be built-out closet, en-suite bathroom w/ shower/soaking tub. OPEN SUNDAY”
You can see more photos here.
This 4 bed/3.5 bath is going for $1,289,000 ($258 monthly fee.)
From Pow Wow:
“Wanted to let you know what we are doing Thanksgiving Egg Rolls this week while supplies last. We introduced them Sunday night and they’ve sold out quickly two days in a row.
Each egg roll is vegan and stuffed with mock turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and pineapple Kimchi. Served w/both cranberry & gravy dipping sauces. We can’t stop eating them ourselves.”
1253 H Street, NE
Thanks to jonah for sending the above:
“I know you ended the series but have you seen designated dockless bike parking? N & Connecticut in the World Bank building.”
And Mark Lyon sends:
“@Mobike encourages its users to #parkitright and not appear on @PoPville”
116 Kennedy Street, NW
Update on the new Jackie Lee’s on Kennedy:
“We will be opening our doors at 5pm until 12am on Sunday 11/26 and Monday 11/27. We will be closed Tuesday 11/28.
GRAND OPENING is scheduled for Wednesday 11/29.”
Ed. Note: If you’ve never been before, consult the map because there is a bit of construction going on out front and it’s a little tricky if you’re not familiar with the area.
Check out their menu here.
Photo does not do justice to how sweet this bar is.
Tons more photos after the jump. (more…)
4235 Wisconsin Ave, NW
Thanks to Ellen for sending. I also peeked inside on Sunday:
Stay tuned for the H Street, NE and NoMa locations next.
In between CAVA and Nando’s looking towards Veazey Street
Thanks to Lesley for sending the update after the recent spate of violence.
3539 Georgia Ave, NW
Photo by PoPville flickr user buoscio nworks
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711 H Street, NE
The liquor license placard for Allure says:
“A new class “C” Tavern with 200 seats and a Total Occupancy Load of 400. Applicant has also applied for an Entertainment Endorsement.”
Updates as they get closer to opening.