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Irving Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20020, USA

Vacant land

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R-2 zoned level corner lot with no building restriction line. Private vistas from front yard! Just minutes to the Hill/Downtown, Homeland Security, Coast Guard HQ, Navy Yard, and the new new new Skyland Town Center! Seller financing considered for qualified buyer with 25% down. Extended closing considered at negotiated price and terms for Purchaser to obtain entitlements/permits prior to closing. …  Full description
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