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Three-bedroom home with exposed brick on secluded street in Shaw asks $850K

Warner Street NW runs between 5th Street and New Jersey Avenue NW

432 Warner St. NW
Courtesy of RLAH Real Estate’s John Coleman

Somewhat hidden in the midst of Shaw, Warner Street NW is a special District street: It only stretches for a single block, between 5th Street and New Jersey Avenue NW. This week, a three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home at 432 Warner St. NW went up for sale for $850,000.

The building used to contain two units, but it was converted into a single-family home and updated. Built around 1900, it features a good amount of exposed brick on the first level, in the dining room and the kitchen, which has been renovated. The property also has a sizable backyard that can be used for entertaining or parking. The original hardwood floors remain.

A short walk away are popular restaurants on 7th and U streets NW and on Florida Avenue NW. A Giant grocery store and the Shaw–Howard University Metro station are both nearby.

The home last sold in December 2015 for $790,000 and is on a roughly 1,600-square-foot lot, property records say. John Coleman of RLAH Real Estate is serving as the listing agent.