First Friday: Did they sell?

Two million dollar row houses in Mt. Pleasant caught my eye the second week of May.  

1886 Monroe St NW1886 Monroe St, NW

Washington, DC 20010

4 bedrooms, 3 baths

List price:  $1,074,999

Sold price: $1,025,000 with a $25,000 seller subsidy.  Under contract in 31 days.

1886 Monroe St, NW  is a stunning rowhouse that mixes traditional and modern.  It's 2,116 square feet and the yearly taxes are $6,993.  I love the original details in the entry way with the modern kitchen and baths.  The property also features hardwood floors throughout, bay windows, a fire place, exposed brick, an in-law suite, two balconies and a patio/garden area.  It also has parking for one car and Cathedral views.  The virtual tour has been removed.  

1886_Monroe_entry.dining

1886_Monroe_kitchen

1728 Park Rd, NW1728 Park Rd, NW

Washington, DC 20010

6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths

List price: $1,199,000

Sold price:  $1,175,000

1728 Park St, NW is another historic rowhouse with contemporary updates.  It's 3,234 square feet and yearly taxes are $8,249.  The home has a lovely wrap around porch with a large backyard and a fish pond.  There are many standard features of a home of this era like the ornate moldings in the dining room.  This abode also has hardwood floors, an expanded kitchen that includes a sun room/den, a bay window, a large master bedroom suite and parking.  

1728 park entry.dining
1728 Park kitchen.dining
*photos via the MLS.  1886 Monroe St, NW listing courtesy of Nelson Marban, Washington Fine Properties.  1728 Park St, NW listing courtesy of Derek Eisenburg, Continental Real Estate Group.

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