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Guess the price of this recently sold house…answers revealed on Friday afternoon.
Neighborhood: Georgetown, “home to the gold-plated square foot,” according to City Paper’s Hoods and Services issue, which also adds: “Renting a one-bedroom apartment will usually set you back $2,000 per month—more, but not that much more, than other “safe” neighborhoods. Home prices can be astronomical, with two-bedroom single-family starters ringing in around $1 million.”
General Information: This two bedroom townhouse was built in 1918. The square footage is 1,172. The close date is Sept. 2.
Agent Remarks: Sun-filled brick federal townhouse in Georgetown’s coveted East Village, featuring a renovated Kitchen with granite counters, updated powder room, living room with fireplace and sliding glass doors out to level patio/garden. Upper level featuring a spectacularly renovated full hall bath, guest BR, and master BR with balcony overlooking the garden.