723 Longfellow Street NW, #304
The smallest listing on the market in DC right now is a 264 square-foot studio condominium just south of Missouri Avenue, a micro-unit that came along well before that term had a trendy definition.
The listing is essentially a room bordered on one side by a kitchen, washer/dryer and a refrigerator that runs flush with the door to the bathroom. There is one large closet in the unit, but no space-saving feature like a Murphy bed.
Listing agent Ashton Vessali explains that because over 51 percent of the units in the building are rented out, prospective buyers must furnish a 20 percent down payment and work with one of two mortgage companies in order to qualify to purchase. Check out the virtual tour here.
- DC’s One Room House
- The Smallest Apartment Ever?
- At 278 Square Feet, DC’s Original Micro-Unit Hits Market
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/264_square_feet_dcs_smallest_home/11240.
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