What $875,000 Buys You in the DC Area

by Nena Perry-Brown

For this edition of What X Buys, UrbanTurf rounds up some options in the DC area for homebuyers with a $875,000 budget.

A Three-Bedroom Bungalow in AU Park

Just blocks from the DC-Montgomery County border, this three-bedroom bungalow offers more than meets the eye. Just inside, the living room features stained glass windows and is separated from the formal dining room with a tudor archway. The main floor also contains one of the bedrooms and a separate den. The other two bedrooms are on the upper level, with the master suite enjoying varying ceiling heights, a corner fireplace and a quartet of tall windows. The en-suite bath has a double-height ceiling, a skylight and purple marble counters and soaking tub surround. The partially-finished basement offers ample storage space and an opportunity to expand the living area.

  • Full Listing: 4713 Asbury Place NW (map)
  • Price: $875,000
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Footage: 1,696
  • Year Built: 1931
  • Listing Agent: Rina Kunk, McEnearney Associates

Solar-Powered Colonial in Rockville's West End

Over in Rockville, the open floorplan in this house centers around a brightly-painted chef's kitchen with five-burner stove, separate breakfast area and an island and countertops with cabinets on two sides. The kitchen overlooks the family room and has access to the deep backyard with a deck and a stone-paved area toward the rear of the lot. The master bedroom features a sloped tray ceiling, an L-shaped custom walk-in closet/dressing room and an en-suite bath with clawfoot tub and separate shower. The expansive basement has a full bath and rec room and exercise areas. The house is powered largely through solar panels.

  • Full Listing: 530 Beall Avenue (map)
  • Price: $875,000
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: 4.5
  • Square Footage: 4,400
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Listing Agent: Douglas Lunenfeld, Keller Williams Capital Properties

Semi-Detached and Sun-Filled Off H Street

Just off the H Street Corridor at the end of a brick-paved path lies this end-unit townhouse with a color-blocked exterior. The bay window at the front of the house frames the living room seating area, where a fireplace has shelves built into the side. The main level has an open floorplan arrayed to the left of what was once the hallway, ending in the kitchen, which has separate alcoves for the refrigerator and extra counter-topped cabinets. Behind the kitchen is a separate Florida room that steps out into the backyard, which also provides access to a two-car parking pad enclosed behind a garage door. Upstairs, the master bedroom also enjoys the bay window and the second bedroom has a built-in shelving nook.

  • Full Listing: 818 12th Street NE (map)
  • Price: $879,000
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: 2.5
  • Square Footage: 1,550
  • Year Built: 1910
  • Listing Agent: Thomas McGlynn, RE/MAX Allegiance

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