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Roomy bungalow-style home in 16th Street Heights asks $1.2M

The home has a bright family room, a finished lower level, and a three-car garage

A bungalow home with a landscaped front yard and wide porch.
1406 Ingraham Street NW
Courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Properties’ Christal Goetz

This 16th Street Heights single-family home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms boasts a large living room with a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors throughout, and a sleek kitchen equipped with abundant shelves and cabinets. Located on a 5,500-square-foot lot at 1406 Ingraham Street NW, the property recently hit the market for $1,249,000. It has an airy family room in the back, plus a finished lower level featuring its own facilities and entrances.

Overlooking the landscaped front yard, the front porch offers shaded space for entertaining and relaxing. The house comes with a separate dining room, stainless steel appliances, and an office area/nook. The master suite has walk-in closets as well as a glass shower. There are laundry machines and, in the rear, a deck beneath a tall tree. The home also features a three-car garage. It is within walking distance of Rock Creek Park and buses along 16th Street NW.

The home was originally built in 1924 and last sold in 2000 for $365,000, property records show. Christal Goetz of Keller Williams Capital Properties is the listing agent. Open houses are slated for September 28, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., and September 29, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The double living room has built-in shelves and is staged with a rug, white furniture, and brown chairs.
The rear family room has hardwood floors and built-in shelves. It receives lots of natural light through wide windows.
The master bedroom is staged with a bed, dressers, and a painting above the bed.
The finished lower level features exposed brick and a fireplace. The floor is carpeted.
The front porch is expansive and staged with patio furniture.
The back of the house has a deck under a tall tree.