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What (About) $1.15 Million Buys in DC
The latest edition of What X Buys offers some options for prospective DC homebuyers with a $1.15 million budget.
A Contemporary Corner Rowhouse in Petworth
This end-unit rowhouse in Petworth was fully renovated in 2017 by Alter Urban Design Collaborative. Floating translucent glass cabinets with glass shelves delineate the bright living room from the remainder of the main level. Honeycomb cement tiles hand-painted in shades of blue cover the floor of the entry hall, creating a pattern where it meets the hardwoods on the rest of the main level and leading straight back to the kitchen area behind the island where there is an Acacia breakfast bar shelf and farmhouse basin sink. A bay window creates a formal dining nook, and oversized sliding glass doors on the back wall lead out to a large deck. The owner's bedroom has a customized walk-in closet and sliding glass doors out to a balcony. The generous lower level has cork floors, a bonus room and full bathroom, and leads out to the rear patio with honeycomb pavers and a spacious backyard with swing set.
- Full Listing: 301 Webster Street NW (map)
- Price: $1,195,000
- Bedrooms: Five
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 2,700
- Year Built: 1924
- Listing Agent: Marc Dosik, Help-U-Sell Federal City Realty
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A Two-Unit Rowhouse with Two En-Suites
A few blocks from the U Street Metro station, this late-19th century rowhouse is listed for just below the target price, and boasts an English basement unit. A red brick path leads up to a set of cast iron stairs and railings at the front door, and the front yard has a paved patio seating area. Beyond the tiled entry vestibule, exposed brick lines the stairwell upstairs. The living room has a bay window and a stainless steel-surrounded fireplace, while the formal dining room also has a bay window and an empty mantel. Both bedrooms upstairs could serve as owner's suites, each with a bay window and decorative mantel. The English basement has a checkerboard tile-floored eat-in kitchen and a separate washer/dryer.
- Full Listing: 1804 Vermont Avenue NW (map)
- Price: $1,125,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 2,038
- Year Built: 1880
- Listing Agent: Vincent Walsh, Tilton Bernstein Walsh Real Estate
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
A Traditional Four-Bedroom in Chevy Chase
Over in Chevy Chase, this colonial offers a more traditional interior aesthetic. The house enters into the living room with a red brick fireplace adjacent to a wall of built-ins. The dining room has french doors out to a spacious hexagonal deck, and the next room is a deep eat-in kitchen. The owners bedroom has a bay window with drawers creating a window seat between a pair of closets; the en-suite bath here has an octagonal window. Two other bedrooms share a full bath on this floor, including one with angular built-in nooks, while on the uppermost floor, the fourth bedroom has clerestory windows and an en-suite with a frameless glass shower. The carpeted lower level has a rec room, powder room, storage room and laundry room. The garden-framed backyard also has a detached garage.
- Full Listing: 3238 Quesada Street NW (map)
- Price: $1.15 million
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 2,858
- Year Built: 1937
- Listing Agent: Steve Agostino, Compass
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
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