1300 Euclid Street NW
A six-unit house-to-condo conversion just hit the market in Columbia Heights. Capital City Real Estate transformed a single-family home at 1300 Euclid Street NW (map) into one and two-bedroom condos, with prices starting in the low $300’s. The penthouse unit, which has a private rooftop deck, is listed for $789,000.
One of the two-bedroom units
The blogs have been eagerly watching the project as it has evolved. Earlier this year, the former owner told his story to the Washington Post, explaining why he decided to sell the home, which he bought in 1997 as a foreclosure. Though his vegetable garden attracted neighbors, the house was apparently a “money pit.”
Two of the units have already gone under contract since the project hit the market, but more info about the remaining condos can be found here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/euclid_street_condo_conversion_hits_the_market/5330.
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