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Fixer Uppers

Fixer-upper near H Street NE corridor to open at $400K at January auction

The two-bedroom brick rowhouse sits off an alley and has a backyard

Brightwood fixer-upper near Walter Reed site and Rock Creek Park lists for $499K

The home has four levels, a deep backyard, and a detached one-car garage

Built in the 1920s, 16th Street Heights fixer-upper lists for $799K

The five-bedroom home still has many of its original features

4 D.C. homes that prove fixer-uppers aren’t always the most affordable option

Up to more than $1 million.

$1.6M LeDroit Park fixer-upper dates back 100 years, offers period details

Exposed brick, multiple fireplaces, and luxurious chandeliers included

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D.C. area fixer-uppers for sale

See what investment opportunities are on the market.

Fully-Renovated Historic Home Hits the Market for $1.299M

The nine-month renovation resides in the Annapolis historic district

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10 D.C. fixer-uppers on the market

Fixer-uppers don't often have the most attractive listing photos, but they do gush with pride with words that prove that sure this isn't the best looking house on the block, but it could be with your help.

Bosnian Government-Owned House Asks $898K

This once bombed and currently government-owned single-family home is on the market in Washington, D.C.'s Crestwood neighborhood. The Bosnian Government is the current owner, but it was formerly owned by Ezra Taft Benson, former Mormon president.

Beat Up Crestwood Castle Takes a $400K Price Chop

For A $2.2M Castle, This One In Crestwood Looks Pretty Rough

Big Reveal: $850,000 For This University Terrace Home

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