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About 633 Faraday Pl NE, Washington, DC, 20017
OPEN THIS SAT 9/24 12-2PM! SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE CANCELED. Charming, bright and freshly renovated semi-detached rowhome in Brookland! You’ll feel right at home as soon as you step onto the welcoming front porch - perfect for morning coffee or catching up with neighbors. This 2-bedroom, 1 bath home features gleaming hardwood floors, fresh paint and lots of windows that flood the home with natural light. The main level has a spacious living room, separate dining room and a sunny kitchen with gas cooking and access to the large, fenced-in backyard. On the upper level are both bedrooms and a full bath. The light and airy primary bedroom has plenty of room for a king-sized bed. The bonus room in the finished basement makes for an amazing home gym, recreation room or home office. There’s also an unfinished area on this level with laundry and storage. A perfect alternative for condo living - spread out over 3 levels with a great backyard and no condo fees! Located on a quiet tree-lined street and convenient to Metro, shopping and restaurants. The 2nd bedroom and basement are virtually staged.
Ceiling Fan(s), Floor Plan - Traditional, Recessed Lighting, Wood Floors
SOUTH DAKOTA AVENUE NORTH TO LEFT ON FARADAY. MIDDLE OF BLOCK ON LEFT.
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Townhouses are the predominant housing type, representing around 40% of buildings in Northeast, whereas the rest are mainly large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and single detached homes. This area has a good choice of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. There are equal parts renters and owners living in this community. This community experienced its largest building boom pre-1960, so most of the available properties are from this time period.
What is it like to live in Northeast, Washington?
The character of Northeast is exemplified by its relaxed atmosphere. Most areas in this part of Washington are quiet, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamor - although that is not the case close to Anacostia Freeway or one of the railway lines. Finally, there are over 200 parks nearby for residents to visit, like Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens and Fort Totten Park, which results in them being very easy to get to from most locations in this area.
Is it easy to get around Northeast, Washington without a car?
In Northeast, home buyers will typically be able to access both primary and secondary schools by walking. Besides public schools, there are private elementary and secondary schools. When it comes to food, it is very often possible for house buyers in Northeast to purchase their groceries by walking. Moreover, a restaurant is generally just around the corner, for example on Congress Street, and there are also approximately 40 coffee shops in Northeast. It is also easy to access a selection of clothing stores on foot.
Transportation in Northeast, Washington.
Northeast permits homeowners to travel by different means of transportation. Homeowners can depend on public transit to move around in this part of Washington due to various rapid transit stations with access to the Silver Line, Blue Line, Orange Line, Green Line, Red Line and Yellow Line, and over 50 nearby bus lines. Driving is also a good medium of transportation in Northeast. Parking is easy. It is easy for pedestrians to move around in this community; all daily needs can be met by walking, and a fair number of businesses of different types can be found as well.
This home is located at 633 Faraday Pl NE in Washington, DC and zip code 20017 in the Northeast neighborhood. This 816 square foot home, which was built in 1948, sits on a 0.04 acre lot. Features: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom. It has been listed on Rocket Homes since September 22, 2022 and is currently priced at $459,900. The neighbors living near this home have an average income of $66,379.
The inventory of homes for sale in Washington, DC between July 2022 and August 2022 increased by 25.7%. In August 2022 median list price was $678,689 and the average listing age was 28 days. In August 2022, from all listings sold in Washington, DC there were more than 156 sold above asking price, over 266 sold below and more than 160 were sold right at the asked price. Typical income of Washington, DC residents is between $35k-100k annually. The majority of families are single, no kids. The majority of residents in this area have high school diploma education.
From Rocket Homes Real Estate and based on county public records data.