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Chuck Burger
202-258-5316
SOLD
$875,000
Date 11/28/2022

114 10TH Street SE
Washington, DC 20003

Townhouse
Residential
2
Beds
1
Baths
+
1 Half
988
Sq. Ft.
0.03
Acre Lot
1of
Photos
Map
Courtesy: Coldwell Banker Realty
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Motivated Seller! Exceptionally located Capitol Hill porch front row house on a quiet block just two blocks from Eastern Market. This quintessential home offers a traditional layout with a formal living room that leads through pocket doors to a dining room and rear kitchen overlooking the large patio and Carriage house. The fireplace houses a vintage Latrobe pot-bellied stove. A convenient half bath is tucked under the stairs. Upstairs features a primary bedroom with cedar closet, a second bedroom and a large full bath with double sinks and tub/shower. The recently installed patio with French drain offers a serene and private retreat. Bonus, the two story carriage house affords approximately 600sqft of additional space with parking for one car and additional storage on the first floor and flexible space on the second floor with water & sewer connections and separately metered electric making it a prime candidate as an income producing accessory dwelling unit, office or in-law suite. Eastern market, Barracks Row, Metro and Lincoln Park are a short stroll away. Of interest, an early history shows the house was purchased by Sedgwick & Parralee Landers in 1920 and they raised their five children there. Sedgwick Landers maintained an upholstery and carpentry shop on the second floor of the carriage house while stabling his horse and wagon used for deliveries on the first floor. Parralee grew vegetables and hung out wash to dry in the backyard. Sedgwick built the front porch which was the first one on the block. 114 was also the first house on the block to get electricity. Parralee and her daughter Lorraine stood in the front yard to watch Charles Lindberg fly over the house before landing in Washington. Louie & Martha Landers lived at 118 10th Street and Sedgwick's grandparents and Uncle Lucious and Aunt Mae lived at 122.
DCDC2060978
Townhouse, 2 Story, Federal
2
WASHINGTON
1 Full/1 Half
1900
2.5%
0.03 Acres
Hot Water Heater, Gas Water Heater, Public Water S
Brick
Public Sewer
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