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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: 1944 Capitol Avenue NE #2

“New renovation in Ivy City! Beautifully done units right around the corner from Ivy City Smokehouse, City Winery, Gravitas, Planet Fitness, MOM’s Organic Market and more! Wide plank flooring, matte black finishes, black stainless steel appliances, Calacatta quartz counters, huge master suite, high ceilings, W/D in unit, low monthly fees, fenced-in yard, pet-friendly… the best in Ivy City. Photos are of the model unit.” View Virtual Tour Here.

Other Notable Fresh Listings:

  • The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a 6 BR/7.5 BA 4-story Colonial across nearly 6k square feet that includes a sprawling greenly lush estate with a pool and a shared tennis court — all for $5.35M. View Virtual Tour Here.
  • Capitol Hill 1 BR/1 BA lower level unit features private outdoor space, a washer/dryer hookup and industrial-style touches of exposed brick and pipes. View Virtual Tour Here.
  • “Totally renovated from top to bottom, from inside to outside. This spacious [Petworth] home features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and an open living concept.”
  • Your REO/Bank-Owned Property of the Week is a 1 BR/1 BA unit at The Brookland in what appears nearly perfect condition, but could benefit from a refresh to the hardwood floors.

explore map here

Ed. Note: Yesterday there were 1,211 total positives.

From the Mayor’s Office:

“The District’s reported data for Tuesday, April 7, 2020 includes 229 new positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, bringing the District’s overall positive case total to 1,440.

The District reported five additional COVID-19 related deaths: a 52-year-old male, a 61-year-old female, a 68-year-old female, a 79-year-old female, and a 97-year-old female. Tragically, 27 District residents have lost their lives due to COVID-19.” Read More


3817 14th Street, NW photo by Michael

“Dear PoPville,

Would you or a reader know what happened last night around 2am at the 3800 block of 14th NW? at 3:30, it was over but there were multiple fire trucks and a horrible smell of burn that is still present in my flat several hours later…”

DCFD reported: “Update Box Alarm 3800 block 14th St NW. #DCsBravest have extinguished fire on 2nd floor of vacant structure. No injuries. Fire investigators called to scene.”

via google maps

Unfortunately MPD also reported some robberies on/off 14th earlier: Read More


Photo by PoPville flickr user Jim Havard

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“Dear PoPville,

I started The Meal Bridge in DC to help local DC restaurants and healthcare providers. The idea is to have individuals or families sign up on the website to order a meal for the ICU staff of 12 and have it delivered.

email [email protected] for any restaurants that would like to participate. Additionally, we are in the process of adding some units at GW Hospital.”

Other options to help healthcare workers Operation Coronavirus Dry Skin Relief and Feeding Those Treating Us:

“DC local chef Erik Bruner-Yang will be teaming up with me to create meals for our DC hospitals. Thanks, Erik!

I would like to have this an ongoing thing through the pandemic, and even include other departments like the ICU of hospitals into the mix, if possible.

I will also provide receipts (for accountability), and photographs and hopefully videos of the staff’s receipt of meals so that you can see the smiles of appreciation.”

Donate here.

and Lost Sock Roasters Covid19 Response: Read More


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