In December 2015, this six-bedroom single-family home landed on the market after a total restoration that left the listing sleek and modern. Originally, the asking price was $1.5 million, causing it to be the most expensive home on the 16th Street Heights market. Since then, it has experienced monthly price chops, dropping it to the current ask of $1.275 million.
The property was last sold in May 2015 for $665,000. Before, its appearance was rather drab with an unkempt rear yard and a traditional floor plan. The walkway up to the home was replaced, while the wooden railing on the front porch was also swapped for steel.
Inside, the walls are painted a muted gray paint. The open floor plan reveals a spacious, top-of-the-line kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar, and a large supply of cabinets. The lower level has also been fully finished, and the fenced-in rear yard has been spruced up with a concrete walkway and enough space for two cars.
• 1314 Farragut Street NW [RE/MAX Allegiance]