Ed Carp's Resturaunt Turned Home

Ed Carp's Resturaunt Turned Home

Leah Moss
Mar 5, 2010

If you haven't noticed, Urban Turf's "Unique Spaces" column has quickly become one of our favorite parts about the unique real estate site. This month editor Mark Wellborn gets us a glimpse into Ed Carp's amazing steal: the sprawling Tilden Gardens Resturant in North Cleveland Park, which Ed turned into his private residence for $50,000.

According to Urban Turf, Mr. Carp is no stranger to budget-conscious renovations. His previous purchase was a 3,000 square foot apartment in Adam's Morgan which he bought for $95,000 (not that's not missing a zero) and sold for a 5 fold profit.

After renovating the former Tilden Gardens restaurant, Mr. Carp furnished it with pieces he scored form former hotels and hotel furniture warehouses.

To see more of Ed's renovation, check out the full article at Urban Turf.

(Images: Urban Turf DC)

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