Sponsored: What $199K Buys You in the DC Area

  • June 14, 2011

by UrbanTurf Sponsor

Homes priced below $200,000 are rare in the DC area housing market. McWilliams|Ballard has four projects across the region offering units at or under $199,000. Find out more about these projects below.

Sponsored: What $199K Buys You in the DC Area: Figure 1

One-Bedroom in the 74-Unit Myerton

Myerton is one of the first large-scale apartment conversions to come to the market in Northern Virginia. Unit 2076 is listed for $199,900 and has a chef-caliber kitchen with designer cabinetry and hardwood flooring, and the bathroom has been outfitted with ceramic tiling. (There is also an in-unit combo washer/dryer.) Myerton offers a number of amenities for its residents including a resident’s lounge with Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and sundeck, a landscaped courtyard with grilling stations and a two-level fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment. It is equidistant from Clarendon and Pentagon City and offers easy access to I-395. For more information, click here.

Sponsored: What $199K Buys You in the DC Area: Figure 2

Two-Bedroom Condo at 21 Kennedy

Sales start this Saturday at 21 Kennedy, a 22-unit condo development located about half a mile south of the Fort Totten Metro. This 730 square-foot two-bedroom unit has a completely new interior and with a price tag of just below $200,000, is as good a deal as a buyer will find for a condo anywhere in the city. For more information, click here.

  • Address: 21 Kennedy Street NW
  • Price: Starting at $170,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Square Footage: 730

Sponsored: What $199K Buys You in the DC Area: Figure 3

New Studio at Fleet Street in National Harbor

Fleet Street is the 11-story, 163-unit condo project with views of the Potomac River in National Harbor, and there is currently a 502 square-foot studio unit available at the project for $199,900. Unit 315 has maple flooring throughout, granite counters and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, approximately 10-foot ceilings, and a south-facing juliet balcony with partial views of the Potomac. For more information, click here.

Sponsored: What $199K Buys You in the DC Area: Figure 4

Penthouse Studio at Capitol Hill Tower

Before there were really any residential developments in the Capitol Riverfront, there was the 344-unit Capitol Hill Tower. This penthouse studio is just one of 20 units remaining at the project. It offers 10-foot ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, a large walk-in closet and views of the building courtyard and Canal Park. For its residents, Capitol Hill Tower has an indoor pool, fitness center, and a courtyard, as well as billiard and party rooms and a 24-hour front desk and concierge services. For more information, click here.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sponsored_what_199k_buys_you_in_the_dc_area/3647

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