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$188,000 Above Asking in Georgetown

by Nena Perry-Brown

$188,000 Above Asking in Georgetown: Figure 1

$188,750 Above Asking for a Previous Week's Find

Judging by the six-figure premium on this meticulously renovated semi-detached house in Georgetown, the offer deadline accompanying the listing drew some impressive bids. The former This Week’s Find has a maritime aesthetic drawing inspiration from the seasides of New England and Michigan, all unified through the use of colors and materials. Customized finishes and fixtures appoint the entire house, from the rope-operated doorbell beside the hand-carved teak banner with gold foil announcing the address above the front door to the rear patio featuring patio stones sourced from the Watergate. The star of the house, however, is the mahogany-paneled kitchen, which contains a coastal map backsplash, custom built-in banquette with Black Galaxy granite tabletop, a True commercial refrigerator with glass doors, a custom British AGA stove with five separate electric and gas ovens, and a Black Galaxy granite two-basin farmhouse sink.

  • Full Listing:  (map)
  • Asking Price: $699,000
  • Sales Price: $887,750
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Year Built: 1908
  • Listing Agent: Fergus O'Brien, TTR Sotheby's International Realty

Photo by Sean Shanahan.


$188,000 Above Asking in Georgetown: Figure 2

Five Figures Above Asking for Adams Morgan Two-Bedroom

Located in an Adams Morgan bungalow, this bi-level, 1,480 square-foot condo unit commanded $59,000 above its asking price. The open main living area has oversized windows with treetop views along the far wall. Wood-burning fireplaces sit on opposite walls, one amidst floor-to-ceiling inset built-in bookcases and the other adjacent to the interior of a turret, creating a built-in bench beneath a bay window. On the upper level, each bedroom has an en-suite bath. The master bedroom sits under a multi-angled pitched ceiling, while the second bedroom has a few angled inset built-ins and a hatch with a drop-down ladder that leads up to a private roof deck. The unit also includes an off-street parking space.

  • Full Listing: 1826 Biltmore Street NW, #4 (map)
  • Asking Price: $839,000
  • Sales Price: $898,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: 2.5
  • Square Feet: 1,480
  • HOA Fees: $468/month
  • Year Built: 1911
  • Listing Agent: Max Rabin, TTR Sotheby's International Realty

Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.


$188,000 Above Asking in Georgetown: Figure 3

$68,000 Above Asking for Convenient Rowhouse

This semi-detached rowhouse benefits from bordering several popular neighborhoods, namely Shaw, Truxton Circle, Bloomingdale and LeDroit Park, and sold for $68,000 over asking. The two-story two-bedroom has a lot of eye-catching brick details, both along its façade and in the interior, where exposed brick walls in the living room and the master bedroom boast iron star bolts. Both the bedrooms upstairs contain built-in shelving units, spanning a corner in the master and surrounding the windows in the second bedroom. Back downstairs, the main level terminates in the brightly-tiled, angular kitchen, which has a tall, narrow window. There is also a back door to the rear brick patio, which has brick partitions on either side and blends into a deep garage with alley access.

  • Full Listing: 1726 4th Street NW (map)
  • Asking Price: $679,000
  • Sales Price: $747,059
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Feet: 1,392
  • Year Built: 1900
  • Listing Agents: Denny Horner, Leyla Phelan, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 

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