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1020 6th ST NE Washington DC
$869,000
Open House Sunday October 11th 1-4 pm

1020 6th ST NE DC Living Room
Welcome to this grand, spacious & luxurious residence with abundant room to spread out in the heart of the Atlas District and Capitol Hill. Step inside and find yourself in the grand living room with exposed brick walls and coffered ceilings. The large open-concept kitchen leads to a dining room perfect for entertaining. The second floor has three large bedrooms, a palatial bathroom, and an expansive rear deck. The top level contains the master suite with spa-like bathroom and walk-in closet, two roof decks, and private office. Just three blocks to the charm and artisanal fare of Union Market, three blocks to Whole Foods and REI (both under construction) and easily walkable to

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Thank you
to all our friends and clients for your continued support and referrals. 
We greatly appreciate your referrals.

Thank you!

Here are some of the houses we listed/sold in June. 

Cleveland Park:
3670 38th ST NW #A207.  McLean Gardens, NW Washington DC.
$619,000
3670 38th ST NW #A247, Washington DC. McLEAN Gardens

Brookland:
1439 Newton Street, NE DC.  Under contract
Brookland.
$529,000
Watch the Video on YouTube
1439 Newton Street NE Washington DC.  Brookland

3307 22nd Street NE DC. Under contract
Brookland
$589,000
Watch the Video on YouTube
Exterior  3307 22nd Street NE DC. Brookland

2819 5th St NE DC Under contract
Brookland
$429,000

 

Capitol HIll:
518 Tennessee Ave NE 
Washington DC. 
Capitol Hill.
$699,000
518 Tennessee Ave NE Washington DC. On Capitol Hill

516 A ST NE condo
Under Contract
$449,000
Capitol Hill
516 A St NE Washington DC

Penn Quarter:
631 D St NW #1031
Lafayette condo
$447,000
YouTube Video of building.
631 D St NW, The Lafayette Condo

6701 Adelphi Rd.
University Park, MD

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Stop by one of four open houses we are holding today, Sunday June 22nd 2014.

CLEAVLAND PARK
3670 38th St NW DC #A247
3 bedroom 3 bath condo with Parking in McLean Gardens!
3670 38th ST NW #A247, Washington DC. McLEAN Gardens

CAPITOL HILL
518 Tennessee Ave NE DC
518 Tennessee Ave NE Washington DC. On Capitol Hill

BROOKLAND
3307 22nd Street NE DC
Front 3307 22nd Street NE DC. Brookland

1439 NEWTON Street NE DC

Front of 1439 Newton Street NE Washington DC.  Brookland

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610 Elliott St NE.

Stop by on Sunday 1-4 to see this perfect Capitol Hill house!
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Renovated 3 bedroom 2 bath semi-detached townhouse with all the goodies. Lots of windows, hardwood floors. granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Recently renovated master bathroom, wood burning fireplace, slate patio off the den and a large deck off living room. On a super cute block street just a short hop from the greatness of Atlas District and Capitol Hill.

Exterior front: 610 Elliott St NE Washington DC.  Capitol Hill.

Entrance: 610 Elliott St NE Washington DC.  Capitol Hill.

Living room with fireplace: 610 Elliott St NE Washington DC.  Capitol Hill.

Dining room: 610 Elliott St NE Washington DC.  Capitol Hill.

kitchen: 610 Elliott St NE Washington DC.  Capitol Hill.

Master Bath: 610 Elliott St NE Washington DC.  Capitol Hill.

Deck: 610 Elliott St NE Washington DC.  Capitol Hill.





 

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 Congratulations to our buyer on this fabulous purchase on Capitol Hill.   Located on 3rd st NE, this tall Victorian Bay front home has 7 bedrooms and 3.5.  House also has a 2 bedroom rental apartment in the basement, off-street parking and a perhps the best roof deck on Capitol Hill.
120 3rd ST NE Exterior

The view from the roof deck includes the Capitol Dome, the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress!
Capitol Hill Roof deck with view of Capitol, Supreme Court and Library of Congress

We love Capitol Hill.  Our office is right across from Historic Eastern Market on 7th St SE.  Stop by for some coffee and a quick chat about the Capitol Hill housing market. We are the local real estate experts and can help you find a great home on The Hill.





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DC BRAU beer The Corruption
Beer. Ale. Cold Ones. Brewskies. Cervezas. Libations. Delicious golden brew of the Gods. The drink of choice since ancient times, our ancestors did something right! Sorry various Wonders of the World. Most of you don't exist anymore. Beer does, and it's thriving. Our Founding Fathers couldn't get enough of it. President James Madison wanted to create a National Brewery (we already had a national bank, so why not?) complete with a Secretary of Beer (seriously, best job ever!?). Congress said no. Always ruining the fun that Congress. Shame on them. Oh well. With their resurgance in populairty, home and craft brews have taken a bite out of the monopoly of brewing giants like Budweiser (thank God). Microbrews allow for more experimentation of flavors and the

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East Capitol Street facing the Capitol Building on Capitol Hill, Washington DC
We're all familiar with Capitol Hill's beautiful tree-lined streets with a mish-mash of historic Victorian and Federal homes. But what about the Hill's secret streets? It's alleys. The term 'alley' often brings to mind images of a dark, sketchy place. A narrow, dirty, strip of pavement where a criminal is just waiting in the dark to rob you. While that may be true in another area or in another time, it is about the furthest from the truth you can get when talking about Capitol Hill's alleys (and the other alley neighborhoods throughout the City).
As Washington DC has grown and space has become premium, alley homes have shot up in availability and desirability. This isn't a recent phenomenon; it began during one of D.C's first big population booms. In the

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Capitol Hill.
Row houses on 9th st on Capitol Hill, Washington DC
The word is synonymous with government (or the lack thereof, as the case may be). The word brings to mind images of a huge white dome dominating the skyline and Congressional bickering. Of suits, and briefcases, and mountainous stacks of memos. Of course it is littered with landmarks other than the big white dome such as the Supreme Court building, the Library of Congress, and Congressional Cemetary, among others. But Capitol Hill is more than that, so much more. It is also the largest historic residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Members of Congress, their staff, journalists, lobbyists, and consultants all call the Hill home. So do many others, if they can afford to live there; having a prestigous address comes for a price, real

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517 F ST NE, Washington DC.
Open house Sunday 1-4
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517 F ST NE on Capitol Hill Washington DC

Beautiful home in Capitol Hill Historic District, walking distance to Union Station, H Street, and new Giant, with garage parking.  Great space for entertaining or relaxing with family, including a family room with exposed brick and woodburning fireplace, a large living and dining room overlooking trees through a bay window, and an expansive deck. A modern kitchen features new tile backsplash, granite counters, stainless appliances, cherry cabinets and layers of light. Half bath with pedestal sink convenient off main living area. Skylights illuminate a sparkling bath with white marble surround on the third level. Both the spacious main bedroom and the second bedroom feature

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Founded pursuant to an Act of Congress in 1790, Washington DC has seen its fair share, and then some, of military engagements, duels, assassinations, untimely and mysterious deaths, and other assorted tragedies in its long and storied history. So famous are Washington's ghosts, they have been featured in documentaries and name dropped by author Dan Brown. So, in honor of Halloween, turn down the lights, put on some spooky music, set up your Ouija board and  keep reading for our guide to some of the most haunted houses in the City....if you dare!

The Capitol   
The Capitol building, Washington DC                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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