In Above Asking, UrbanTurf sifts through real estate records and highlights homes that we have featured which recently sold for above their asking prices.
H Street Corridor Rowhouse With a Private Garden and Open Third Story
Though this H Street corridor rowhouse found a buyer within only four days, the asking price was not far from the final value: the sale price was just over $20,000 more. Our favorite thing about this three-story 2,184-square-foot home on the western end of the H Street corridor is the open area on the third story at the top of the stairs that is currently being used as an office and family room. The malleable, bright space could also be used as a playroom, TV-watching area or studio of some sort. The home also comes with garage parking, which will make it easier to live in the frequently-packed area.
- Address: 633 4th Street NE (map)
- Asking Price: $899,900
- Sale Price: $921,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Two
- Year Built: 1905
- Days on Market: 4
Logan Circle Condo In a Renovated Rowhouse
Located right in the midst of the action on the 14th Street corridor, this home found a buyer within five days. Like the option above, the final sale price wasn’t too far off of the original asking price, at just under $35,000 more. This one-bedroom condo sits in a giant rowhouse that has been divided into multiple units. The low-frills unit has a plain kitchen, unadorned walls and rough carpeting in the bedroom.
- Address: 1421 T Street NW, #5 (map)
- Price: $399,900
- Sale Price: $433,500
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Footage: 669
- HOA Fees: $353
- Days on Market: 5
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/above_asking_priced_right_in_the_hip_corridors/7658.
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