In 1910, this Georgetown townhome was constructed in order to serve as a grocery store. It was later converted into a residential building, and now it's on the market for homebuyers looking for Juliette balconies, multiple fireplaces, and built-ins. The fenced-in backyard offers a grape arbor and water feature. Some of the features that might help homebuyers gravitate towards this listing include its walk-in closet and fully finished basement. Homeowners may or may not take pleasure in some of the painted walls throughout the listing, from the vivid orange, yellow, and red walls to the green fence. The listing comes with a total of two bedrooms and four bathrooms over 2,192-square-feet of space. The asking price totals to $1.3 million.
· 1620 30th Street NW [Redfin]
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