Tag Archive: Catch Of The Day

Colin’s “Catch of The Day”: Arlington Farm House Charms

This North Arlington Farm House brings a taste of those charming homes in Lyon Village near Wilson Boulevard, remedy but with a bit more space inside and out. 1914 Quincy St. has the charm, erectile but not without also meeting the space demands of many Arlington families. The big question: Is there enough house to…

Colin’s “Catch of The Day”: Subtle Falls Church Colonial Delivers Inside

In the City of Falls Church, sales as with much of the DC Metro area, malady pickings are slim right now when it comes to real estate. My friends at Fall Properties have just listed this unsuspecting gem in Virginia Forest. Subtle from the curb, viagra order this home delivers inside with a spacious, open…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Consolation Prize, White House Replica in McLean?

White House Replica McLean, VA

For any of the Presidential hopefuls from this year’s election, or otherwise, there may be a consolation prize just down the road in McLean, VA. This 12,000 sqft “White House” replica could be just the thing for anyone that was just looking forward to the posh presidential living quarters. At just under $4,000,000 I am…

Colin’s “Catch of The Day”: $1.2m Falls Church Home Worth Every Penny?

With lot size, dosage location, viagra 100mg condition, etc all added up is this Falls Church colonial a deal at $1,250,000? It might just be. Sure the kitchen is not the largest, which might be the biggest reason I would hesitate at this price, but it is modern and does open up into larger spaces….

Colin’s Catch Of The Day: Nearly Ideal Starter Home in Falls Church

Does this home have all of the modern updates that most expect? No. However, nurse it does seem to be a well maintained home that is very livable in the short term, link has updated HVAC, a new roof, and carpet protected hardwoods as a firm foundation for someone to come in and make this…

Colin’s Catch Of The Day: Alexandria Row Home Renovation, Too Small or Just Right?

For today’s catch we’re checking out a renovated 1920 City of Alexandria row home. Located within walking distance of King St., the Potomac, Braddock Rd. Metro, and possibly even Del Ray’s great restaurants if you’re up for it, this home is essentially new on the inside, and includes an off-street parking space. After originally being…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Arlington Craftsman With Subtle Curb Appeal, but Ample Space

This edition of my “Catch of the Day” features an Arlington Craftsman with a great mix of modern amenities and classic feel. Built in 1999, before the idea that we had to completely fill an entire lot with a house took root, this Craftsman brings a subtle curb presence, but plenty of room to stretch out inside. Listed…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Run-Down Clarendon Bungalow Is Transformed

With today’s “Catch of the Day” it’s not about my opinions on price, but simply about the before and after of this now amazing Arlington bungalow. It goes to show that with some imagination (and $$ of course), so much is possible. You have to scroll to the second to last photo for the before…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Adams Morgan Loft, Too Bright?

The home that caught my eye for this edition of “Catch of the Day” is a gorgeous Adams Morgan loft on Champlain St. in DC. When viewing the listing you get the sense you might have accidentally landed on Dwell.com. Big, vialis 40mg open spaces, pharm modern finishes, two story floor to ceiling windows… oh,…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Renovated North Arlington Bungalow

For the first “catch of the day” of 2012 I have chosen a newly renovated 1914 North Arlington bungalow. There seems to be a relatively seamless transition from old to new in this classic craftsman. The design style that builders throughout Arlington are trying to mimic is delivered in it’s original from in this space….

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Is Wilson Blvd. Killing This Colonial?

In today’s “Catch of the day” I came across a typical Arlington colonial that I expect do be priced in the $600’s. However, at over 120 days on the market this property still sits at $569,000, which to me seems to be a bargain. The home has been modernized in key areas, such as the…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Have You Seen a Wine Cellar Like This?

Today’s “Catch of the Day” comes from some neighbors of The Ramsbury Group’s DuPont Circle office, and will likely be divisive; some will love it, others will hate it. However there are some details in this converted DuPont Circle carriage house that I think anyone can appreciate. My favorite details are the gorgeous garden, which includes…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: A Spaceship-like Shower You Have to See!

I can’t wait to get my feet into today’s “Catch of the Day”. It’s a unique renovation/addition, seems to be tasteful, and features numerous “green” touches, which scratches that EcoBroker Certified side of me. What do you think? Could you see yourself in a home like this? Related Posts:Colin’s “Catch of The Day”: Subtle Falls…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: Some Capitol Hill Eye Candy

Today’s catch of the day is 9 bedrooms of Capitol Hill eye candy. From the custom kitchen to the fully mirrored bathroom wall and vanity, there is plenty to see in this 1906 victorian. Related Posts:Colin’s “Catch of The Day”: Subtle Falls Church Colonial Delivers InsideColin’s “Catch of the Day”: Consolation Prize, White House Replica…

Colin’s “Catch of the Day”: NW DC Rehab Shines… and Sells

For today’s “Catch of the Day” I wanted to illustrate a point that I often share with folks about the DC rehab market, most specifically, the market for row house rehabs. This 3br 2 bath (now, was 1 bath) home in Columbia Heights sold in May of this year for $205,000. Now, 5 months, 1…