Real estate rap might not be the most popular or even the most well-known type of poetry, but it certainly exists in the Washington, D.C. market, thanks to Tom Faison. Last year, the poet wrote raps about two Capitol Hill listings, and now he's back with more lyrics for the neighborhood. This 1,772-square-foot townhome just landed on the market with four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bedrooms, and these lyrics:
A Beast, steps east, of Union Stations' crescent, a cerebrally pleasant antidepressant of organized light, super-sized living, recognized builder, agonized detail, customized simplicity prevails. Your part? Remove arrow from heart, live largely in art, framed by location, so close your vocation, seat of the nation, via feet on the street, home early to eat. A cool retreat in the center of the sun. While not exactly the most informative listing descriptions ever created, it is certainly entertaining. What you can find inside the $1.345 million listing includes recessed lighting, hardwood flooring, and exposed brick. The kitchen is all white and all modern with stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. The lower level of the abode comes with a second kitchen and a separate entrance. Photos of the fenced-in backyard show that the listing comes with two balconies and what looks like enough space to park two cars.