1648 U Street SE
Washington, DC 20020
1648 U Street, SE is a contributing building in DC?s Historic Anacostia District. The single-family dwelling was built in 1908 by J.E. Webster and architect A.L. Fuss for $4500. The property's most notable resident was John Edge, a Weather Bureau employee, veteran of the Spanish-American War, the Boxer Rebellion in China and the Philippine Insurrection. He received the Purple Heart for his efforts in the Philippines in 1899. Through the 1970s, veterans were given special preference to rent the property. The rear half of the dwelling was demolished in 2016 and was reconstructed by The L'Enfant Trust. The house retains its original bracketed cornice and siding. This WORKFORCE HOUSING @ 120% MFI is drop-dead gorgeous and a true turn key. Please contact TC Caviness @ 240-388-7173 for workforce housing restrictions.