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In Capitol Hill, two historic alley homes chop their prices, ask $1.82M

The original price for both was $1.95 million

All photos via Monument Sotheby's International Realty

Owning some local history just got a little cheaper. Two alley homes in Capitol Hill, dating back to the 1920s, have lowered their prices to $1,825,000. Originally, when they were listed in November 2017, their ask was $1.95 million each.

The two properties, together known as the Cluss Alley Car Barn, offer features like stainless steel appliances, mudrooms, fireplaces, garage parking, and patios. Each two-level home comes with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms across 2,700 square feet of space. Neither come with HOA fees.

The project is named after Adolf Cluss, the same architect behind the 1960s-era renovations of the adjacent Arts and Industries Building. The developer behind the redevelopment of the properties is OPaL, the same developer behind the Watkins Alley and New Union Garage projects.

322 Cluss Court SE [Redfin]

324 Cluss Court SE [Redfin]

Two historic alley homes in Capitol Hill list for $1.95M [Curbed DC]