Under Contract: A Week or Less from Shepherd Park to Logan Circle

by Lark Turner

In Under Contract, UrbanTurf looks at recently featured properties that were snapped up by DC’s alert buyers.

Under Contract: A Week or Less from Shepherd Park to Logan Circle: Figure 1

From Cars to Condos: Three Days and Gone on Church Street

Like may buildings on Logan Circle’s Church Street, the property where this unit is located used to be an auto-related industrial building. It’s since been converted to high-ceilinged condos. The one-bedroom has a small, lofted den space that’s open to the rest of the unit and a separate bedroom, as well as several closets. The kitchen is small and tucked into a corner of the living space, which is dominated by large, industrial windows. The home didn’t come with parking, but that clearly wasn’t a deterrent for the buyer who snapped up the unit in 72 hours.

  • Full Listing: 1400 Church Street NW, #209 (map)
  • List Price: $559,000
  • Days on Market: 3
  • HOA Fees: $368/month
  • Bedrooms: One + den
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Listing Agent: Robert Crawford, Beasley Real Estate

Photo courtesy of HomeVisit

Under Contract: A Week or Less from Shepherd Park to Logan Circle: Figure 2

A Week for a Family Home in Shepherd Park

This spacious semi-detached house in Shepherd Park was under contract after just a week on the market. The thoughtfully-updated home has a standard layout, with segmented spaces set up for entertaining. The galley-style kitchen opens onto the dining room, connected to both a den and a formal living room. Out back there’s a landscaped yard and a garage. The bathrooms, kitchen and laundry room have new fixtures and appliances.

  • Full Listing: 1338 Hemlock Street NW (map)
  • List Price: $775,000
  • Days on Market: 7
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: Four
  • Year Built: 1927
  • Listing Agent: Jenn Smira, Compass

Photo courtesy of HomeVisit

Under Contract: A Week or Less from Shepherd Park to Logan Circle: Figure 3

Less than a Week for a LeDroit Park Renovation

This rowhouse in LeDroit Park has undergone a careful, stylish renovation: accent walls and tile now make spaces pop throughout the home. It was clearly enough to lure in a buyer — the home was off the market after just six days. The listing has a completely redone in-law suite in the basement with a separate entrance. The bathrooms and kitchen have been updated with a modern look and new appliances. A side porch and back patio are set up for outdoor grilling and entertaining, and the long backyard leads to a coveted parking pad.

  • Full Listing: 1858 3rd Street NW (map)
  • List Price: $949,900
  • Days on Market: 6
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: Three
  • Year Built: 1914
  • Listing Agent: David Bediz, Keller Williams Capital Properties

Under Contract: A Week or Less from Shepherd Park to Logan Circle: Figure 4

An Eager Buyer: Gone in Just Two Days on Rhode Island Avenue

This Bloomingdale listing caught someone’s eye immediately; it was snapped up after two days on the market. The unit sits in a converted rowhouse along Rhode Island Avenue. The living room has a set of bay windows and is currently set up with a projector on one wall. (The listing doesn’t mention whether or not the projector and screen convey with the house.) In the back of the house there’s a master bedroom with an en suite bath that leads out onto a balcony, plus a smaller room. The condo doesn’t come with parking.

  • Full Listing: 51 Rhode Island Avenue NW, #3 (map)
  • List Price: $424,900
  • Days on Market: 2
  • HOA Fees: $195/month
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Year Built: 1907
  • Listing Agent: Ron Mangas, TTR Sothebys International Realty

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