My partner and I went to Rodman's this past Sunday to pick up a few odds/ends. As we entered the parketing lot, we noticed this house at 4316 Garrison [MLS #DC6675779]. From the outside, it looked like your typical red brick Colonial in Northwest DC. The "Price Reduced" sign caught my eye.
Upon returning home, I fired up the laptop and Googled the address, quickly finding the home on several web sites. It's a 5/3.5 home whose owners, by looking at the home's photos, don't believe in white walls. It's currently listed at $1.099M, down $90,000. The fellow who owns it doesn't live in it; the District has it assessed at $963,390.
- It's "Friendship," not "Freindship."
- "Will review all offers"? What else are you going to do?
- You post a photo of the home's luxurious half-bath [photo 7] with the toilet seat up without bothering to remove or straighten the hand towel?
- You can't be bothered to make up a bed [see photo 9]before taking its picture and posting it on the web?
This is going to entice me to drop more than $1MM on a red brick square? And they wonder why they had to take a $90,000 price reduction.