Nineteenth-Century Opportunity in Historic Capitol Hill There are older properties and new properties. Some of the older properties are perfectly rebuilt. Some sit on unique plots of land. Some lie in knockout locations. 1133 D Street in DC has all these things. A tightly-built, two-story structure with an basement erected in 1866, one of the first buildings in Historic Capitol Hill, its weathered brick exterior and period details are enlivened by crisply-colored new wood frontings and new doors--in striking black, red, and bronze plate-metal. Its eastern fac3;a7;ade features a second-floor balcony overlooking a large, well-kept yard that is perfect for gardening and recreation. This property is tastefully bordered by its original hand-made wrought-iron fence. 1133 D Street has the added benefit of being buildable; By zoning right, a third floor of up to 1843 sq ft can be added and an additional 243 sq ft area lot coverage is permitted for each of the first two floors. This is a stately, free-standing all brick structure positioned on a large corner lot located within the bounds of the Historic Capitol Hill preservation district. The wholly-refurbished interior with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, clawfoot tubs, high ceilings and hardwood floors is broken up into four residences: a studio, a two-bedroom, and two one-bedroom units. Three of the four residences come with a washer/dryer. The property also includes two driveways. This is the Capitol hill neighborhood. Four blocks away is the H Street corridor where hip new shops, bars, and cafes lie. Three park; Stanton, Lincoln and Kingsman Field, are in a 7-block radius. A rental bike rack is within a 5-minute stroll, and if you go 10 minutes more on foot, you are at the Eastern Market Metro. This is a property of rare distinction.