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By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 14
Easter Sunday isn't just a serious holy day for Christians, but it's the day, second only to Halloween, that children can look forward to a huge sugar high! There is a "drug" store here in DC that is famous for a huge selection of seasonal candy, including Easter Candy.  It's called Rodman's, an...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 16
It used to be forsythia and redbuds.  When they popped out, we knew it was really spring.  But they have been a little late for the past couple of years.  Now it seems that the flowering crabapple trees are beating all of the other flowering fruit trees as the early bloomers. I passed this one on...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 15
Rock Creek Sunset A favorite client is inspiring me to learn more about photography.  She always carries her favorite camera, and she is helping me to notice opportunities for great photos all around.  Last week, as I was driving home, and I was dodging pot holes on a bridge over Rock Creek, I lo...
By Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life
(Real Living | At Home)
Comments 15
Capitol Hill is also a neigborhood in Washington, a big village, split hafway across, half in the NE and half in the SE quadrant of Washington, DC.  Politicians work here, but people live here also. On the line between north and south is Lincoln Park, a treasured neighborhoold resource by locals,...
By Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life
(Real Living | At Home)
Comments 4
Capitol Hill is what you all think it is, but it is also a neigborhood in Washington, a big village, split hafway across, half in the NE and half in the SE quadrant of Washington, DC.  Politicians work here, but people live here also which is the true beauty of Capitol Hill. On the south side of ...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 21
There is virtually no one here in Washington, DC who hasn't been looking forward to today - the first day of spring.  So this morning, when Willie the Labradoodle went out back for his morning fun romp, did we find little crocus bulbs spring up?  Um, no!   It reminded me of being in the old famil...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 31
There is trouble brewing between neighbors in DC's Atlas District, a recently funky neighborhood near Capitol Hill.  And one particular dispute is leaving many of the long-time residents scratching their heads. Edwin Gray and his four adult sons are living in an old bay front Victorian row house ...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 25
This might be the last of the snow photos coming from Washington's big chill of 2015 - at least I hope so! The snow has turned into rain, and our day of sunshine was just a tease.  Still, there is hope - this morning I saw my first robin of the year, and with some luck it could be the first sign...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 21
When I drive to my office at Evers and Company, the route takes me through a national park, and last week, the drive was spectacular.  On the day after our last snow (and I do hope it's the last of the season), the sky was a bright blue and the sun was illuminating the ice that was clinging to t...
By Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life
(Real Living | At Home)
Comments 26
Long ago, people across the country have figured out that many people in Washington, DC don't think like the rest of the country.  That's simply an assumption I will make. To those same people, I remind them that the people who live here, the true Washingtonian, is a different person than the 435...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 42
In about 30 short hours, Washington, DC's new marijuana law goes into effect.  And the United States Congress is totally pissed about it. A while back, the citizens of our nation's capitol voted by a huge majority to legalize recreational marijuana in the District.  Now, there is a mechanism that...
By Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life
(Real Living | At Home)
Comments 18
I can across some information today, reading Aaron Weiner on the Washington City Paper. If you want to follow Aaron Weiner's Twitter, he keeps us locals very much up to date with trends. He pointed me to some information for DC's Office of Revenue Analysis, specifically a study "showing the types...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 18
Washington, DC has a sort of "Deco District" on an off the beaten path neighborhood.  It's on upper 14th Street NW on a block between Fort Stevens and Rittenhouse Streets.  And one of them is for sale, with many of the deco details in tact - here is the virtual tour.  The living rooms have two ve...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 42
This morning, I got up and went downstairs to make coffee and let the dog out.  Then I noticed that nothing was coming out of the kitchen faucet when I turned on the hot water.  Cold water was fine.  Something was wrong.  The plumbing on the second was fine, both hot and cold. Eventually, the hot...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 41
This evening, Washington, DC had it's first "significant" snowfall of the season.  And we are supposed to have a bunch more tonight.  And it's very cold and I have a frozen pipe in the basement, but then I saw a post that George Souto's latest post  showing a bit of front in his mustache!  And i...
By Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life
(Real Living | At Home)
Comments 8
Capitol Hill is also a neigborhood in Washington, a big village, split hafway across, half in the NE and half in the SE quadrant of Washington, DC.  Politicians work here, but people live here also. On the north side, one of the iconic landmarks, one which 60,000 use daily, is Union Station, show...
By Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life
(Real Living | At Home)
Comments 0
Capitol Hill is also a neigborhood in Washington, a big village, split hafway across, half in the NE and half in the SE quadrant of Washington, DC.  Politicians work here, but people live here also. On the south side, one can argue this neighborhood was bisected by a freeway which allowed the tru...
By Claude Labbe, Realty for Your Busy Life
(Real Living | At Home)
Comments 0
Buzzard Point is a neigborhood in the SW quadrant of Washington, DC.  This is the smallest quandrant and currently much in focus. One of the new projects is the new soccer stadium which is planned for DC United. This view shows the stadium in the foreground, the Anacostia River to the right, Wash...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 6
What's for sale in Cleveland Park?  Well, a bit more than there was last month.  There are currently 7 houses for sale in this popular DC neighborhood  At the low end of the price range, you'll find an adorable bungalow that I'm guessing will fly off the shelf at $950,000.   If you are looking fo...
By Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital
(Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.)
Comments 36
A favorite buyer saw a place over the weekend.  We went back for a second look and ran into another agent with some buyers who acted totally interested.  And she is mulling. What? Don't you know that you snooze, you lose? Well, from where she is sitting, if it's meant to be, it's meant to be.  An...

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