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  • A $1.2 million townhouse on North Capitol Street NE and Florida Avenue NE that needs significant rehab, though a future owner could “make 3-4-5-6 units?” [craigslist]
  • The windows in this $799,000 14th Street NW townhouse are big, modern … and probably very transparent at night. [craigslist]
  • The demo’s all done in this stunning $750,000, 3,200-square-foot Petworth townhouse, but it still needs a whole lot of work. But those built-ins, those windows, that staircase… [Zillow]
  • This turreted, newly renovated Victorian home in Anacostia that dates to 1905––$500,000. [Zillow]
  • $200,000 for this 500-square-foot, ground-floor studio apartment in Cathedral Heights. [Zillow]
  • And $1.45 million for this deeply charming O Street NW townhouse that hasn’t been on the market “in decades.” [Zillow]