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Michigan Park’s seemingly simple, but totally modern rectangular home lowers price to $1.05M

It first landed on the market this past May for $1,125,000

All photos by John Cole and Elizabeth Felicella, courtesy of Long & Foster Real Estate

For those in search of a home that will wow with a waterfall and a gourmet kitchen, this renovated single-family home in Michigan Park has lowered its price. When it first landed on the market in May 2017, it asked $1,125,000. Now, it’s up for grabs for $1.05 million.

Inside, there are three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms across 3,450 square feet of space. The structure was constructed in the early 1960s by prominent African-American architect Louis Giles, Jr. From the outside, it looks pretty simple with a single driveway and a plain, red brick exterior.

Inside, though, the homeowners have expanded and modernized the residence, while also adding unique amenities. In 2008, a swimming pool and waterfall were added to the backyard. There is also a laundry room, library, and electric car charger included.

The listing agent is Michael Shapiro of Long & Foster Real Estate.

4235 South Dakota Avenue NE [Long & Foster Real Estate]

Seemingly simple rectangular home in Michigan Park opens up to stunning modern interior [Curbed DC]