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1753 HOBART STREET NW

1753 HOBART STREET NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20009

$1,395,000
Open Thursday (4/7) 5-7pm, Saturday and Sunday 2-4pm Designed by one of the city's most prolific and noteworthy architects of the twentieth century, George T. Santmyers, this classic Mount Pleasant row home offers three full living levels including a fully furnished in law suite lower level and parking for three cars including a garage. The first level offers charming front porch, generous foyer entry, formal living room w/wood burning fireplace and built ins, open galley concept kitchen w/quartz counters connected to dining via convenient breakfast bar, sunroom, plus bonus walk in pantry. Hard wood flooring, good light and great, useable entertaining flow. Rear first floor exit takes you to ample deck perfect for summer grill nights and steps down to parking. Three bedrooms and two full baths up have been modified to offer a master suite setup across the entire rear section of the home. A generous bedroom with closet connects to the original enclosed porch, now used as an office/reading room & master bath and the third bedroom was converted into laundry and walk in closet. Newly renovated hall bath with subway/marble look is adjacent to large front bedroom which offers multiple closets plus built in shelving and drawers. Lower level 1B/1BA in law suite with full kitchen, living, dining, separate laundry and exit to rear/parking. Hobart Street, known for its tightly knit neighbors and their legendary Halloween celebrations is a prime location within coveted Mount Pleasant- accessibility to two metros, multiple bus lines, retail, restaurant and neighborhood amenities along the Mount Pleasant commercial corridor with easy access to Zoo, Rock Creek, Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights and Woodley Park.

4
beds

3
baths

2,180 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

0.04 Acres lot

Amy Levin

Amy Levin

Nathan Driggers

Nathan Driggers

Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms4
  • Total bathrooms3
  • full bathrooms3

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area2,180 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area0.04 Acres
  • MLS® IDDCDC2042912
  • TypeTOWNHOUSE
  • YEAR BUILT1932
  • Architecture StylesFederal
  • School DistrictDISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Exterior

  • Garage Space1.00
  • water SourcePublic
  • HEAT TYPEBaseboard - Electric, Radiator
  • AIR CONDITIONINGCentral A/C, Window Unit(s), Wall Unit
  • sewerPublic Sewer
  • SubstructureBrick
  • other exterior FeaturesAbove Grade, Below Grade

Financial

  • Sales Price$1,395,000
  • Real Estate Tax $7,300/yr
  • Zoning RF-1

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