Price Cutter: U Street, Takoma Park, Bethesda

by UrbanTurf Staff

In Price Cutter this week, UrbanTurf is highlighting recent price reductions on a number of properties that we have featured over the last couple months.

Price Cutter: U Street, Takoma Park, Bethesda: Figure 1

Two-Bedroom on Floor of Row House Between Dupont and Adams Morgan

This two-bedroom unit straddles the border of Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan on U Street, and was featured in Best New Listings towards the end of July. While the square footage is not high, the layout takes up the entire first floor of a converted row house. There is a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, 10-foot ceilings and rental parking is available in the back of the property. The square footage and the fact that the second bedroom is separated from the living room by French doors may explain its recent $10,000 price reduction.

  • Full listing: 1751 U Street NW, #2 (map)
  • Original Price: $439,900
  • New Price: $429,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Square Footage: 748

Price Cutter: U Street, Takoma Park, Bethesda: Figure 2

Two-Bedroom Bungalow Among the Woods in Takoma Park

This Takoma Park bungalow sits tucked away among the trees several blocks southeast of the Takoma Metro station. While it has just two bedrooms, the home could serve as a good alternative for a buyer that is looking for something more than a condo just outside the city. In addition to a front porch, there is a brick patio and an elevated slate terrace with a fountain that sits among the trees behind the home. It should be noted, however, that the eventual buyer will have to pay both annual Montgomery County taxes and City of Takoma taxes on the home. About ten days ago, the price was reduced from $435,000 to $419,000.

Price Cutter: U Street, Takoma Park, Bethesda: Figure 3

Five-Bedroom 1979 Contemporary in Bethesda

Built in 1979, this five-bedroom listing in Bethesda sits on four levels and has a number of the calling cards of contemporary homes in this area, including large picture windows and dark wood paneling on the exterior. The house also has a large stone fireplace, a new deck that is accessed from the family room, and a very cool-looking dining room table that unfortunately does not convey…or maybe it would. A recent $50,000 price reduction is an indication that the sellers are willing to negotiate.

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