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Finally, a $699K D.C. townhome that’s not a cookie cutter

Industrial design throughout

All photos via Washington Fine Properties

On the outside, it looks like this c. 1900-built Truxton Circle townhome is just like all the others on the block. The open floor plan looks pretty typical with a living room in the front, kitchen in the back, and two bedrooms on the upper level. In reality, the listing is anything but cookie cutter.

With exposed brick, beamed ceilings, and wood accents, this house offers an industrial design that should most appeal to the modern, urban homebuyer. The kitchen is pretty sleek with stainless steel appliances. In the rear of the home, there is a brick patio, while on top, there’s a roof deck perfect for entertaining in.

The price totals $699,000.

1421 1st Street NW [Estately]