There’s still time to nominate local icons for Best of D.C.
The wonkiest, weirdest, most impractical and outrageously priced buildings up for sale this week. Have a listing in mind? Send it to email@example.com.
A $25,000 tiny house in Fairfax—only 160 square feet on the “main” floor, and 80 square feet in the loft. [h/t Curbed]
This nearly $4 million Chevy Chase colonial with only one (gasp, one) half-bathroom. [h/t PoPville]
A $775,000 Petworth rowhouse with a whole heck of a lot of bedrooms, in case you need a movie room or a library or a gym or a place to cure some ham. [h/t PoPville]
- No photos, but here’s a $48,000 parking spot on 26th St NW. [DC Homes Now]
- And here’s a Cathedral Ave. NW spot for nearly half that price, and photos to boot. [Redfin]
- This foreclosed-on Northeast condo with forest-green walls “awaiting a little TLC.” [Zillow]
- A $27,900, 1-bedroom 1-bathroom condo in Southeast. “Boarded up. No access. Utilities are disconnected. Community has been dissolved,” the listing says. But hey: It’s “conveniently located between two Metro stops on the Green Line.” [Redfin]