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1880s Dupont Circle townhouse zoned for mixed-use to ask $1.4M

The home is located on 18th Street NW within walking distance of Metro

A two-story yellow rowhouse with a few windows.
1826 18th Street NW
Courtesy of RLAH’s Jami Rankin

This three-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse located on 18th Street NW in Dupont Circle will soon hit the market for $1,475,000. Just off Swann Street NW, the home was renovated in 2014 and originally built in the 1880s. It comes with more than 1,900 square feet of living space, including a finished lower level with its own entrances, as well as a fenced back patio.

There are hardwood floors and exposed brick throughout. The kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, tile backsplash, and white cabinets, while the master suite upstairs has a walk-in closet and tub. The lower level can be used as an in-law suite and includes a kitchenette. The front of the house is bounded by an iron gate. There are two parking spaces in the rear alley. The Dupont Circle Metro station is roughly a 10-minute walk away. Various restaurants and businesses are situated nearby on 18th and U streets NW as well as Connecticut Avenue NW.

The property is now zoned MU-17, which allows for mixed-use development and moderate density. It last sold for $460,000 in 2001, according to property records. Jami Rankin with RLAH is the listing agent. An open house is scheduled for November 10 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The living room has exposed brick, exposed ductwork, and hardwood floors. It is staged with a couch and an oval wood table.
The dining area also has exposed brick. It is staged with a wood dining table, a bench, and plush chairs.
The kitchen has tile backsplash, white cabinets, and stainless steel appliances.
One of the bedrooms is staged with a large bed and a desk. It has three windows.
Another bedroom is staged with a large bed. It has two lamps on the wall.
The back patio is fenced and private. It includes a grill and two tables with patio chairs.