What sort of incentives would it take to ignore the neighboring loud dog? Would the promise of off-street parking do the trick? How about a balcony on the roof and marble bathrooms? Would the built in wall shelving in every bedroom plus an outdoor shed for additional storage lure you in? Or is the part of the listing that says, "SMALL DOG IS CRATED IN LL. BARKS LOUDLY, PLS IGNORE!" something you just can't ignore? Those who are fine with yapping small dogs can have this three bedroom townhouse on the border of Wesley Heights and McLean Gardens for $1.2 million.
· 4435 Westover Place NW [Estately]