For What X Buys this week, UrbanTurf rounds up some options for buyers looking to spend around $535,000.
A One-Bedroom at Chapman Stables
This unit is one of the model one-bedroom condo units at Chapman Stables, a brand new condominium development in Truxton Circle. The 640 square-foot unit has a range of features including Bosch appliances, a custom kitchen island by Arrowhead Designs, a washer/dryer and views of the courtyard from the development's oversize windows. Building amenities include a concierge and a roof deck, and there is assigned parking for sale.
- Full Listing: 57 N Street NW, #310 (map)
- Price: $539,000
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 640
- HOA Fees: $343/month
- Listing Agent: John Guggenmos, McWilliams|Ballard
A Home on the Edge of Historic Anacostia
This three-level, four-bedroom home sits on the edge of historic Anacostia, a few blocks from the Anacostia Metro station. The bright blue exterior leads into an efficiently laid out home where hardwood floors and pocket doors can be found throughout. An unfinished basement offers possibilities, but one of the best features of the listing is the deep fenced-in backyard that could be a prime place for entertaining.
- Full Listing: 1323 Valley Place SE (map)
- Price: $530,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 1,904
- Year Built: 1911
- Listing Agent: Berneather Atkins, United Real Estate HomeSource
This first-floor two-bedroom is part of a boutique condo development that delivered half a block from the Potomac Avenue Metro back in 2013. While small for a two-bedroom in DC, the unit has a comfortably-sized living room, kitchen and dining area, as well as two good-sized bedrooms. The listing doesn't have parking, but there is a private entrance, as well as access to a shared backyard.
- Full Listing: 1345 Pennsylvania Avenue SE (map)
- Price: $539,000
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 800
- Condo Fees: $168/month
- Listing Agents: Jackie Sink, Crystal Crittenden, Compass
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what-535000-buys-in-dc/15277.
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