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…of this renovation in Washington DC. Currently listed at $2,899,999, it’s been on and off the market since May 2020.
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“We rented a short term apartment on Wisconsin Ave. during a renovation. It was so loud with police sirens, ambulances, fire trucks. None of us could sleep at first, but we eventually got used to it. I felt like I was living back in NYC.“
Exterior – 7.0
Had enough going for it pre-renovation that a more subtle update probably could’ve worked. However, the full-on facelift makes it appear more fitting for the pricetag, and is more aligned with modern trends. It’s a sharp look now, but definitely dates the renovation.
Interior – 5.9
Goes a step too far with the in-your-face lights, railings, etc. This creates somewhat of an identity, but largely comes off as an attempt to convince you this is a $3m home. It’s at its best in the basement, where you don’t see any of this, and get the greatest sense of openness/refuge from the city.
Kitchen – 4.4
Uncomfortable in multiple ways: It’s isolated, tight, and has a busy intersection/sidewalk right outside the window. None of this is helped by an uninspiring color scheme and awkwardly thin glass cabinets.
Bathrooms – 5.5
As evidenced by this photo of a parked truck and dude looking right into the window, the primary’s another instance of uncomfortable placement. Besides maybe here, I would’ve preferred the showers, floors, and overall look of any of the secondaries as the owner.
Amenities – 3.7
Loud and hectic setting, a shopping center immediately to the back, and not much space between it and the house next door. The yard offers little privacy, but there’s some nice potential to grill out/throw some summer get togethers with the elevated patio space.
Overall – 5.3