This installment of Under Contract includes another pair of listings that were recently featured together and both went under contract five days after being listed.
Five Days for a One-Bedroom Co-Op
This 837 square-foot one-bedroom unit a couple of blocks off Dupont Circle went under contract five days after being listed. Its windows provide views of the neighborhood courtesy of its placement on the top floor, and there is a dining/office area with floating shelves to the right of the entry foyer. The living area takes advantage of the breakfast bar island, complete with drawers on either side. The galley kitchen has tiled floors, a white subway tile backsplash, a hood floating above the stove, a farmhouse basin sink, and a nook that houses the fridge opposite floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. The bedroom has double exposure and also has access to the dual-entry bath. The cooperative building is pet friendly and has parking and storage available for rent. The monthly fee also includes utilities, Wi-Fi, and property taxes.
- Full Listing: 1514 17th Street NW, #602 (map)
- Price: $520,000
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 837
- HOA Fees: $936/month
- Year Built: 1917
- Days on Market: Five
- Listing Agent: Molly Branson, RLAH Real Estate
A Hidden Rowhouse Off U Street
Also under contract in five days was this two-story rowhouse hidden a half-block off the U Street Corridor. An exposed brick wall runs the length of the open concept main level, which starts with a dining area at the base of the stairs. The living area stretches along the brick wall, and the kitchen spans the back of the house with its marble-like countertops and matching backsplash, breakfast bar island, exposed brick column, hood above the stove, and wall of stacked floor-to-ceiling cabinets. The carpeted upstairs landing houses the laundry closet with combo washer/dryer, and the second bedroom has a skylight. The house also has a rear flagstone paver patio surrounded by horizontal fence.
- Full Listing: 1917 9 1/2 Street NW (map)
- Price: $845,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 1,260
- Year Built: 1900
- Days on Market: Five
- Listing Agent: Warren Kluth, Long & Foster Real Estate
Photo courtesy of BTW Images.
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