Posts Tagged ‘house of the week’

Exorbitant House of the Week, Garage Edition

To the untrained eye, this might not look like an exorbitant house at all, but rather an ordinary garage in a slightly grungy alley.

Exorbitant House of the Week, Downton Abbey Edition

It's all Downton Abbey except for the construction date: 1994.

Exorbitant Condo of the Week, Don’t Throw Stones Edition

A glassy one-bedroom with the feel of an art gallery and the impossible geometry of an M.C. Escher, all for a cool $2.5 million.

Exorbitant House of the Week, Jane Austen Edition

The perfect spot to seduce your very own Mr. Darcy—if you have $5.65 million to spare.

Exorbitant Condo of the Week, Euro Kitsch Edition

A pvt roof terrace, architect dets, snd sys, pking, strg, meet rm, and more, all for just $6.5 milln.

Exorbitant House of the Week, 21st-Century Cabin Edition

The fireplaces aren't exactly of the get-sooty-and-roast-marshmallows variety.

Exorbitant House of the Week, $139 Million Edition

Seven waterfalls, a 30-car garage, and a private IMAX theater could be yours!

Exorbitant House of the Week, Future Embassy Edition

The NEMBYs won't like this one.
As I reported in my column last week, residents of the Kalorama neighborhood, north of Dupont Circle, have been pushing to prevent a certain type of neighbor from becoming more prevalent in their midst, rallying behind the cry: No Embassies in My Back Yard! Embassies—or, more specifically, chanceries, as opposed [...]

Exorbitant House of the Week, Gilded Edition

What does it take to sell a five-bedroom house for $4 million? It helps if everything's covered in gold.
Of course, the nine bathrooms at 2962 Chain Bridge Road NW in Palisades don't hurt, nor does the sauna or the wine cellar that no reasonable human could possibly fill. But it's the baroque touch that sets [...]

Exorbitant House of the Week, Garage Edition

"Do not get confused by addresses," warns the listing. "Record shows 1657 31st St. BUT it is way behind that address and is on the Alley off of Avon Place."
At $97,000, this week's exorbitant house is the most inexpensive one to date. Are the days of buying D.C. real estate for $100,000 back? Not quite; [...]

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