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Tune Inn To These Properties In Capitol Hill And Eastern Market

Welcome to Bar Crawl Living where we find some worthy domiciles within stumbling distance of a neighborhood hotspot. If there's a place you want us to scope out, leave a comment or send word to our tipline.

Don't think about ordering a French martini in this quintessential townie bar because it'll probably be a vodka on the rocks when it's all said and done. Located on Penn Ave in quasi-Capitol Hill, quasi-Eastern Market, Tune Inn has everything one would expect of a local watering hole, including neighborhood characters. And there are plenty of reasons why these characters haven't left the nabe: it's hot (in the real estate sense), it's warm (in the welcoming sense), and it's picante (in the unique sense). So no matter the price point, after a few shots at Tune Inn, make your way back to one of these awesome properties in an awesome hood.

1. 649 C St SE
Asking Price: $459,500
Square Feet: 732
What It's All About: Fall in love. That's right, in love. The love should be directed to this top floor, corner unit 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo that overlooks bustling Eastern Market. The unit has four skylights letting in nature's happiness (aka sunshine), dark Brazilian cherry floors, beaucoup built-ins, garage parking, and kitchen perfect for quiche cooking. On the market for a week, this gem may not be sitting still for long.

2. 226 5th St SE
Asking Price: $615,000
Square Feet: 1,042
What It's All About: Fashionistas, behold. Here's a 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with closet space galore. Taking up an entire top floor with "panoramic views" of Seward Square, the condo's living room and master bedroom have corner views for ample light. This unit has been on the market for more than five months with an ask reduction of nearly $30,000. But back to the closets: That man's closet has quite the awesome collection of kicks.

3. 309 6th St SE
Asking Price: $849,000
Square Feet: 2,445
What It's All About: Three floors. Three bedrooms. Three fireplaces. And only "11 years young". On the market for about 3 weeks, this townhouse has 3.5 baths, a bright and airy feel to the newish space, and a master bedroom bigger than most of the city's studio apartments.

4. 118 3rd St SE
Asking Price: $1,420,000
Square Feet: ???
What It's All About: Four levels. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 4,000 sq.ft. On the market for the first time in 40 years. Three blocks to the Metro. Two car parking pad. And one view of the Library of Congress across the street. Just make sure to paint over the basement graffiti, unless you want to pretend it's the newest Banksy work.

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