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See Inside Brookland's Most Expensive Home Sold

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The last time this record-breaking Brookland home sold for was $150,000 in 2010. Just recently, the home sold for $998,000. With the major profit and a price never seen before in Brookland, one has to wonder what this home had to offer that caused it to be so pricey, but so worth it. According to the listing, the three-story home was completely custom-built from the ground-up. With five bedrooms and four-and-a-half-bedrooms, the single-family home features recessed lighting, hardwood flooring throughout, coffered ceilings, tray ceilings, and crown moldings. The home also offers an in-law suite, which should help with the mortgage for the homebuyer. As a cherry on top, the listing was in rap form, which you can find below:

"Builders put the Craftsman in Ship, equipped it to steal your breath, big twin engines in Noah's Ark, immaculate inception, words won't work, let your eyes scan the prize, your feet walk the size, run fingers along the finish, listen, diminished noise, Brookland poised, a lofty location, so near your vocation, a custom-built, brand-new, ground-up, hands-down masterpiece."

· 1523 Monroe Street, NE [Redfin]
· Brookland's most expensive house sold for $998,000? [PoPville]