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This Week’s Find: Blagden Alley Home Brought Back to Life

by Mark Wellborn

This Week's Find: Blagden Alley Home Brought Back to Life: Figure 1
940 N Street NW

This Week’s Find is indicative of how much things have changed in certain DC neighborhoods in the last ten years. Bought in 2000 when it was a shell and serving as an area crack house, this 1880s two-bedroom Victorian around the corner from Blagden’s Alley was brought back from the dead folowing an extensive rehab and renovation by Karl Voglmayr of Washington Landmark, who has renovated a number of other properties on this block of N Street. The home has large windows, exposed brick, an open three-level floorplan and a small deck and patio out back. The bed area on the top level has an almost loft-feel to it. For buyers looking for a nice alternative to a condo, this property may fit the bill. More details and photos below.

  • Address:940 N Street NW (map)
  • Price: $549,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Footage: 1,331
  • For the full listing, click here.

This Week's Find: Blagden Alley Home Brought Back to Life: Figure 2
Living Room/Kitchen

This Week's Find: Blagden Alley Home Brought Back to Life: Figure 3
Bedroom

This Week's Find: Blagden Alley Home Brought Back to Life: Figure 4
Deck/Patio

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