While this home comes with seven bedrooms, two are included in the lower unit inlaw apartment with a separate entrance. But hey, that still means five bedrooms up top for you and your entire extended family. With an asking price of $1,250,000, you may get sticker shock. That said, it's $464 per square foot—in line with Washington, D.C.'s median price per square for current residential real estate for sale. If in need of a little assistance for paying the mortgage, renting out the two-bedroom unit will certainly bring in a chunk of change each month.
This Mount Pleasant townhome was built in 1910, but there's no way to notice by looking at the interiors which underwent a renovation in 2008. The facade, however, looks every bit its 100+ years.
Inside, the architectural details are aplenty. We're talking coffered ceiling in the dining room, and a very, very, very blue kitchen. Too blue, even. We could see it being a problem for a typical buyer who wants that gleaming white kitchen look that's all the rage these days.
Other highlights include built-in bookcases, spa-quality baths and multiple outdoor spaces, including a rear yard.
3108 18th St NW [Redfin]
- Michelle Goldchain