Pop-ups are renowned in Washington, D.C. as eyesores and monstrosities, with third, fourth, and even sixth floor additions sprouting from two-story rowhouses. While they more often than not tower like ominous skyscrapers, it is possible for them to be tasteful, and this LeDroit Park townhome is an example of that. Originally, this listing was on the market for $629,000, but got a price chop of roughly $30,000, bringing the listing down to $599,900 in a neighborhood whose median listing price is $474,900. Inside this unit, you'll find three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms over 1,400-square-feet. There is hardwood flooring throughout, an open floor plan, and a fireplace. Other highlights include a balcony and extra storage. Take a look inside this townhome with the below photo gallery and let us know in the comments if this home is possibly the belle of the pop-up ball.