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What Around $420,000 Buys You in DC

  • February 24, 2016

by Nena Perry-Brown

In this week’s edition of What X Buys, UrbanTurf takes a look at how far a $420,000 budget goes for DC condo buyers.


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Capitol Hill Loft Comes with Bonus Storage

This one-bedroom with a loft near Union Station comes with a few nice surprises. The listing’s HD TV and surround sound audio system covey and the unit comes with an assigned parking space. The open living/dining area downstairs features a fireplace set in exposed brick, while a spiral staircase leads to a well-lit loft that is private enough to serve as a bedroom or a den. And fret not over its 654 square feet; the listing price also includes both a private storage room and a storage cage in the building.

  • Full Listing: 676 4th Street NE, #402 (map)
  • Listing Price: $424,000
  • Bedrooms: One
  • Bathrooms: One
  • HOA Fees: $286/month
  • Listing Agent: Jeanne Harrison, Compass


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A Breath of Fresh Air in Cathedral Heights

This 1,250 square-foot two-bedroom listing not far from the National Cathedral comes with great perks like 24-hour front desk service and the inclusion of all utilities and a parking space in the sale price. Of course, those service also come at a price, and in this case, that price is $1,495 a month fees. Parquet tile wood flooring and a spacious dual-entry balcony connecting the living room and the second bedroom add warmth and character, while views of the leafy neighborhood and city skyline in the distance make this listing a breath of fresh air.

  • Full Listing: 3900 Watson Place NW, #B-2B (map)
  • Listing Price: $435,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • HOA Fees: $1,495/month
  • Listing Agent: Lisa Takesuye, Long & Foster Real Estate


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First Dibs on New Logan Circle Condo

UrbanTurf readers may remember this condo project from our recent 14th Street development rundown. Logan 13, so-named for the hip and happening Logan Circle neighborhood in which it’s located, is modern, new construction set for delivery this fall. This fifth-floor one bedroom will feature an open floorplan with wide-plank flooring and gas stovetop cooking in the kitchen. Parking is available at an additional price.

  • Full Listing: 1311 13th Street NW, #508 (map)
  • Listing Price: $409,900
  • Bedrooms: One
  • Bathrooms: One
  • HOA Fees: $312/month
  • Listing Agent: David Klimas, McWilliams|Ballard

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_around_425000_buys_you_in_dc/10909

1 Comment

  1. DC225 said at 2:21 pm on Wednesday February 24, 2016:

    That’s a misleading piece of concept art for the Logan 13 listing. The floorplan for that listing has a microscopic 12’x’16’ living/dining/kitchen combo, not the spacious living and dining area shown.

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