5403 D STREET, WASHINGTON, DC 20019

$140,000
Listed 11/30/2018
Pending

Description

Property is Zoned R-3 - single family attached houses. - a developer can build 3 stories/40' max. height on each lot. The footprint can't only occupy 60% of the lot. Each lot seems to be 40'x 100' so each townhouse could be (2,400x3)= 7,200SF roughly (2,400SF is 60% of the lot)A survey would need to be completed for more accurate measurements. See attached R-3 document for more information on R-3's.These are very preliminary calculations, we would need to get a survey for more accurate calculations.

Property Details

MLS #

DCDC186202

Status

PENDING

Type

Land

Sewer/Septic

Public Sewer

Listed

Nov 30, 2018

Days on Market

7

County/City:

WASHINGTON


ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DETAILS

HOA

No


Utilities

Sewer/Septic

Public Sewer


Assessment Information

Year

2017

Total Assessment

$48,480.00


LOT & LAND

Acreage

0.09

Soil Type

Unknown


Water

Water Oriented

No

Riparian Rights Convery

No

Water Access

No

Water Front

No

Water Frontage

No

Water View

No

Navigable Water

No

Mean Low Water

No

Physical Docks

No

Somewhat Walkable
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Anacostia

The area known as Anacostia is often confused with the entire area touching the Anacostia River. In reality, it is much smaller than that. Anacostia is located in the 8th Ward and bordered by the Anacostia and Potomac rivers on the west, Southern Avenue on the east and Good Hope and Naylor roads to the north.

Anacostia’s history travels back to the early 17th Century when Captain John Smith arrived at the area and stumbled upon Nacotchtanke, the Native American Trading Village. The people of the area, the Nacotchtanks, were fisherman and farmers that occupied the land bordering the Anacostia River. After this point, Europeans were encouraged to migrate here for the fertile land.

In the 19th Century, famous faces like Frederick Douglas called Anacostia home. Douglas was known for buying the “Cedar Hill” estate in 1877 where he lived until he died; it is now a tourist destination.

Anacostia was designed with business and trade in mind, due to its proximity to the river. Up until the 1950’s there were still areas of Anacostia that were segregated, but in 1954 the Uniontown area, now the Historic District, was incorporated as part of Anacostia with the intention to be a home for the Navy Yard workers. This shift turned Anacostia into one of D.C.’s first suburbs.

Quality of Life:

Amongst the 71,000 residents in the greater Anacostia area, there is a sense of community. Many residents are proud to have lived in Anacostia for their entire lives. The streets look much like they did 50 years ago with frame row houses and apartments that are mostly Italianate and Cottage style. There are commercial areas around Good Hope Road and Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue.

Anacostia is close to National's Stadium, which is just two metro stops away on the Green line. In addition to National’s Stadium a $10 billion restoration and revitalization project is planned for the waterfront.

Getting Around:

Anacostia is served by its own metro stop on the Green line. It’s only three stops away from the main hub station, L’Enfant Plaza, which connects to the Yellow, Green, Blue and Orange lines.

Ronald Reagan National Airport < 10 miles

Washington Dulles International Airport < 30 miles

Baltimore Washington International Airport < 35 mile

 

With our relationship with Atlantic Coast Mortgage, LLC, we’re able to provide the full spectrum of mortgage services, from online pre-approval to a guiding hand throughout the entire financing process.

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