clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

This Cool Columbia Heights Co-Op Chopped Its Price by $100K

What's holding this listing back from selling?

Does no one want to live in a French Chateau (or at least an Arts and Crafts version of one)? When this Columbia Heights co-op was first featured in Curbed DC, it was asking $899,555. Since then, the price has been chopped by more than $100,000, dropping it to the current $799,000.

This three-level co-op features vaulted ceilings, built-ins, and a massive skylight. Homebuyers will also enjoy a fireplace in the foyer along with hardwood flooring throughout.

In the kitchen, there is an island with Brazilian quartzite countertops, a Viking range, and a breakfast bar. The built-in shelving also offers a ton of space for one's personal wine collection.

There are a total of three bedrooms and three bathrooms across the listing's 2,000 square feet of space. In the master suite, there is a deep walk-in closet as well as an en-suite bathrooms. The monthly HOA dues total $1,921.

The co-op, located at 2633 15th Street NW, is listed in award-winning author James Goode's Best Addresses. This publication catalogs over 160 notable buildings in Washington, D.C. with personal recollections, floor plans, and photographs included.

2633 15th Street NW #4 [Redfin]