This blocky Brookland abode comes with a little surprise for hardworking disc jockey homebuyers: two sound/video recording studios. The single-family home is zoned in both a residential and commercial lot, so the next musically-minded buyer will be able to eat and sleep where they work. Inside, you can find two kitchens, a two-story foyer, and exposed brick. The listing could do with an extra coat of paint on some of its walls, but it's hard to complain when the listing comes ready with speakers, Plasma screens, a green screen, soundproofing, and top-notch soundboards. While Brookland has a median listing price of $884,000, the asking price to this two-bedroom listing should be like music to your ears—$650,000—more than $200,000 less than what you might typically find in the neighborhood. The recording studio that was previously housed in this listing was House Studio DC, which was awarded the Best Recording Studio award in 2012, 2014, and 2015 by Washington City Paper.
· 2634 12th Street NE [Redfin]