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Bright Colonial in 16th Street Heights lists for $949K

The home features a landscaped backyard and a finished basement

A two-story brick Colonial house at the end of a green lawn and a path. The home is surrounded by trees and features small white columns.
5925 16th Street NW
Courtesy of Compass’s Shaughn White

Update, August 6:

The property listed Monday for $949,900. Open houses are currently slated for Saturday, August 10, between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., and Sunday, August 11, between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Original post, July 12:

This four-bedroom Colonial home in 16th Street Heights has been updated throughout and comes with a tranquil and landscaped backyard. It is poised to go on the market in July for $974,000, says listing agent Shaughn White, with Compass. There is also a two-car garage.

The home boasts hardwood floors and includes an office. The finished basement provides storage and laundry and has high ceilings. In the rear, a screened-in porch offers space for entertaining and relaxation. The living room has a fireplace, while the kitchen, which walks out to porch, features stainless steel appliances as well as a generous number of cabinets.

The home, which last sold in 2012 for 670,000, per property records, is located near Rock Creek Park and Military Road NW. Businesses are in walking distance, on Georgia Avenue.

The living room has light blue walls, a fireplace, two windows, and various furniture: a rug, a glass table, a gray couch, two gray sitting chairs, a dresser, and a TV.
The kitchen includes granite counters, tiled backsplash, white cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. It walks out to the backyard through a door with a window.
The master suite is shown with hardwood floors, two wide windows, a bed, a dresser, and a chair.
A second bedroom is shown with a bed and a dresser.
The finished lower level is carpeted and has an olive-gray couch.
The screened-in porch has a ceiling fan and a circular table with a small potted tree on top.