For this edition of What X Buys You, UrbanTurf takes a look at some options for prospective buyers in the DC area looking to spend $1.6 million.
Custom-Built in Potomac With a Pool
This seven-bedroom contemporary listing sits on two acres in Potomac, Maryland. The custom-built home spreads out over 7,350 square feet and has a range of features including a two-story stone fireplace, a master suite on the main level with a gas fireplace and a sitting room, and a swimming pool out back with a built-in gas grill and a stamped concrete patio. The listing also has a three-car garage.
- Full Listing: 12505 Meadow Farm Road, Potomac, MD (map)
- Price: $1,625,000
- Bedrooms: 7
- Bathrooms: 6.5
- Square Feet: 7,335
- Listing Agents: Michelle Yu and Linda Robinson, Long & Foster Real Estate
An Income Generator Off H Street
The listing description for this rowhouse off the H Street Corridor succinctly outlines the income generating potential for the listing: The new owner could live in the in-law suite and take in $5,850 a month in rent or live in the three-level two-bedroom unit and reap $4,350 towards the mortgage. Regardless of the scenario, this two-unit property could prove to be a lucrative living arrangement for someone that doesn't mind being a landlord.
- Full Listing: 736 11th Street NE (map)
- Price: $1,650,000
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 6
- Year Built: 1908
- Listing Agents: Amy Levin and Carol Levin, Long & Foster Real Estate
An Original Wardman in Cleveland Park
This six-bedroom home just below the St. Albans and National Cathedral School campus was built by architect Harry Wardman in 1925 and then renovated years later. To the left of the entryway, the listing has a long and open living room and dining area that is flooded with light from the room's many windows. The current owners have artwork that dots almost every room in the house. A breakfast room with built-in seating leads out to a fenced-in backyard and a landscaped flagstone patio. The home also has a fully finished lower level.
- Full Listing: 3305 Cleveland Avenue NW (map)
- Price: $1,650,000
- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 5
- Square Feet: 3,480
- Listing Agent: Tina Macaya, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what-16-million-buys-in-the-dc-area/15157.
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