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Four-bedroom Colonial on corner lot in 16th Street Heights with big backyard asks $899K

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The home features a two-car driveway, a finished lower level, and two magnolia trees

1515 Crittenden St. NW
HomeVisit, courtesy of Realty Pros’ leann Jimenez-Sepulveda and Hector Sepulveda

Located at 1515 Crittenden St. NW on a roughly 4,800-square-foot corner lot in 16th Street Heights, this four-bedroom, 3.5 -bathroom Colonial home boasts significant outdoor space and light-filled living spaces. Sitting just off Piney Branch Road NW, it is seeking $899,000.

The property lot comes with two magnolia trees. There are hardwood floors throughout, plus tile and some carpet. A brick fireplace adorns the living room and the sunroom walks out to the two-car driveway. The finished lower level provides a family room and office space. The large fenced backyard, meanwhile, includes a spacious wood deck, a stone patio, and a shed.

The home is a few blocks west of stores and restaurants on 14th Street NW and several blocks east of Rock Creek Park. It is also near bus routes on 16th Street NW. The property last sold in 2004 for $550,000, per public records. Realty Pros’ leann Jimenez-Sepulveda and Hector Sepulveda are the listing agents. Open houses are set for April 13 and 14 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.