This Week’s Find: Open on Adams Mill

by Shilpi Paul

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3127 Adams Mill Road NW

This Week’s Find is a renovated row house in Mount Pleasant that feels open without sacrificing historic character.

Renovated in 2006, the listing has a first floor with a spacious living room separated from the entry area, a dining room and a kitchen. The wide doorways, as well as shallow but long bay windows, recessed lighting, and large windows and glass doors in the kitchen contribute to the home’s light and airy feel. The brick fireplace and built-in bookshelves in the sitting area near the kitchen are also nice touches.

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Off the kitchen.

The 2006 renovation also resulted in an enhanced master suite, which now has an extensive walk-in closet system, a marble bathroom, and cushioned seating by the bay windows. Another cool room on the second story is the office area at the back of the home, which is brightened with large windows and skylights. More photos and details below.

  • Address: 3127 Adams Mill Road NW (map)
  • Price: $1.049 million
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Year Built: 1925
  • Listing Agent: Ben Roth, Washington Fine Properties

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Living room

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Photos courtesy of HomeVisit.

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  1. Rick said at 11:45 pm on Thursday January 24, 2013:
    A million dollars for a three bedroom in MtP???? With no basement apartment? On a busy Street? These are crazy times, or this place is seriously overpriced.
  1. zcf said at 8:08 pm on Monday January 28, 2013:
    I agree $1M is steep, maybe if it had a basement apartment. On the other hand, I looked at the listing. It seems in a decent enough condition and the place includes a 2-car garage. The garage has to be worth at least $100K, right? Personally, I'm kicking myself for not buying a rowhouse 3 years ago, when I bought my condo. I was being super conservative when I should have just gone for it.

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