Among a trio of metal-clad homes built a decade or so ago north of a Washington Corridor rail yard and a few blocks east of Heights Blvd. is this tilt-topped contemporary sited in a neighborhood someone decided to name Kalitta. Its stained concrete flooring on the first level glows beneath the furry exposed truss ceiling. The 2001 property showed up on the market last Tuesday, asking $425,000.
The 2,379-sq.-ft. home has 2 or 3 bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms (the sellers are more certain of that count), and a cardio-boosting extra-tall staircase hugging the wall. The master suite (elongated to include a sitting area by its entry) is downstairs:
The master bathroom has a steam shower. (Laundry? Head to the attached garage.)
The mostly all-in-one living-dining area measures 25 ft. by 29 ft. Here’s its current “room” configuration, viewed from the loft:
A peek through the iron portion of the gated 4,950-sq.-ft property (above) shows the vacant lot next door and a townhome development on the block behind it. There’s a balcony off the east side of the second floor, shaded by the roof’s overhang:
- 3416 Hicks St. [HAR]