This Week’s Find: 1,000 Square-Foot Two-Bedroom Between H Street and Capitol Hill

by Mark Wellborn

If you are coming off of Columbus Circle near Union Station heading southeast, there is a small pocket of Capitol Hill to the north that is gradually being enveloped by the H Street Corridor. That is where This Week’s Find, a 1,000 square-foot two-bedroom condo, is located.

504 G Street NE

The unit is on the bottom of a row house on G Street and in addition to a fairly spacious living and dining area and a master bedroom with a fireplace, the condo has a nice rear deck and terrace, a space that the listing agent aptly calls “a second living room.” The self-managed building has fairly low condo fees ($250/month) and while it doesn’t have a parking space, street parking is fairly plentiful on the block

More details and photos below.

  • Address: 504 G Street NE, #1 (map)
  • Price: $499,500
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Footage: 1,001
  • Listing Agent: Linda Pettie, Coldwell Banker
  • For the full listing, click here.
Living Room
Dining Room
Rear Deck and Terrace

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  1. Tom A. said at 11:03 am on Thursday December 2, 2010:

    Nice!  But I’d suspect no realtor would ever list anything 3.5 blocks from Stanton Park to be “near” Capitol Hill!

  1. Beth said at 11:13 am on Thursday December 2, 2010:

    Very cute.

  1. Q-Street said at 2:10 pm on Thursday December 2, 2010:

    I still don’t get $500/sqft +$250/mo condos being a find.

  1. Emerald said at 2:27 pm on Thursday December 2, 2010:

    It appears to me there are MANY better bargains out there, in better locations, for the same money.  Anyone considering a condo in a 2-unit assn. should think twice.  If the other condo had to rent for any reason, a loan would be out of the question for this unit.  Plus, maintenance shared between two owners without a management company might not be a pretty picture.

  1. Jeane said at 2:38 pm on Thursday December 2, 2010:

    @ Q Street

    Having been looking for a place now for four months, I can tell you that $500 a sq ft is becoming the norm. I wonder if the deck sf is factored in to the 1,000 sf.

  1. Q-Street said at 5:18 pm on Thursday December 2, 2010:


    $500/sqft is the norm in some neighborhoods. It’s even cheap in others. Looking at comperable condo sales in the neighborhood over the last three years, $499/sqft is on the high end for a non-luxury condo.

    It has sub-8’ ceilings, no parking and nice-but-typical finishes. Even with the very nice patio, a full second bath I just don’t see the justification for the asking price.

    I dig the property (ceiling aside) and the location, but it’s a ~465k property in my opinion.

    Best of luck with the search. There are definitely still deals out there.

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