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1890-constructed Dupont Circle carriage house chops price, asks $1.3M

Beamed ceilings, exposed brick, and more to look forward to

All photos courtesy of Compass

Just north of Dupont Circle, this red brick carriage house is on the market, renovated and with a long history that dates all the way back to 1890 when it was constructed. At one point, the space was used for horse stalls and later as a campaign office and call center for then-presidential candidate Michael Dukakis

The property was first listed on May 2017 for $1.45 million, but recently underwent a price chop, dropping it to $1,399,000. Inside the approximately 2,400-square-foot home, there are two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

The property comes with beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls as well as an air duct along the ceiling that has been painted what looks like a burnt sienna to match the woodsy tones throughout the home

With a big, blue paneled ceiling, the kitchen offers a big pop of color along with a light peach-colored tile backsplash. It was also updated with new cabinetry, travertine heated floors, and stainless steel appliances.

Other final need-to-know details include that the listing comes with built-ins, an outdoor patio, and an attached garage. Additionally, the restaurants and bars of both U Street NW and Dupont Circle are only a few blocks away.

The listing agent is Katrina Schymik Abjornson of Compass.

1809 20th Street NW [Compass]

Dupont Circle carriage house built in 1890 lists for $1.45M [Curbed DC]