When this Capitol Hill townhome first landed on the market in March 2017, it asked $2.8 million. Recently, it underwent a price chop, dropping it to $2,495,000. Inside, there are six bedrooms and four bathrooms across approximately 5,675 square feet.
Some of the highlights inside include that there is a separated dining room, built-ins in an office space, and a rear deck that leads to a garden. A carriage house is also included.
Despite the high price of the home, the kitchen still looks like it needs a bit of updating. When UrbanTurf reported on the home when it first landed on the market, it reported that the home still has its original pine flooring, ornate custom millwork, and detailed door casings and plinths.
The listing agent is Thomas Faison of RE/MAX Allegiance. Faison is also known as the poet of D.C. real estate listings due to his home write ups that tend to be a little out of the box. Below, take a look at the listing write up for this particular home:
“Five black Suburbans in an urban fairy-tail, Georgetown abandoned by an upscale cabinet, well-healed, found roaming the softer side of the Capitol Dome. Iconic Hill Compound, enclave courtyard, guest quarters, fabled to be stables, Secret Service roost, egos to boost, heads of state visit, members pivot, nothing complicit in private meals, cutting deals, pay for plays stay, right price, overnight.”
• 131 11th Street SE [RE/MAX Allegiance]
• Four Architectural Styles and Over 8,000 Square Feet in Lincoln Park [UrbanTurf]