1341 Vermont Avenue NW
This Week’s Find is a bit of rarity by DC real estate standards: a one-bedroom house. Located in Logan Circle, the house was constructed in 1833, making it one of the oldest homes in the neighborhood and one of the just about 100 one-bedroom houses in the city.
Hall and dining area
While its age makes it comparable to other one-bedroom houses in the city, the semi-detached home was originally constructed as a two-bedroom with a full bath on the ground floor, but it went through several renovations throughout the years.
The entrance to the house was relocated from the front to the side, where the brick patio is gated off from the front yard. A report from the Office of Planning surmises that it may have originally fronted 13th Street.
An addition was made to the rear of the house at some point, which now contains the kitchen and the upstairs full bath. The interior realized its current configuration after a chimney fire in 1999, when the then-owner combined the two upstairs bedrooms into one during the ensuing remodeling. The owner also turned the first floor full bath into a half bath to create an additional storage area.
Bedroom seating area
The 960 square-foot house retains its brick fireplace and chimney, has a storage area under the stairs and also has an attic space above the bedroom. More details and images are below.
- Address: 1341 Vermont Avenue NW (map)
- Price: $629,000
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: 1.5
- Square Feet: 960
- Listing Agent: Elizabeth Blakeslee, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_a_rare_one-bedroom_rowhouse_in_logan_circle/13203
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