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What (About) $900,000 Buys in the DC Area
The latest edition of What X Buys takes a look at three DC-area options within a $900,000 budget.
A Tiled Two-Bedroom in a Former Warehouse
In a converted warehouse hidden off the 14th Street Corridor, this two-bedroom ground-floor unit has its own brick patio framed with privacy shrubs. The loft-like two-bedroom has travertine tile floors throughout, and the galley kitchen has traditional and glass-front cabinets, dark granite countertops, and decorative metal grates. The dining area has gridded windows occupying most of a wall, and is open to the living area which has a fireplace. French doors lead into the owner's bedroom suite, which is spacious enough for a seating area and also houses the laundry closet and a deep walk-in closet lined with shelving. The unit also has separate access to the garage where there is an assigned parking space.
- Full Listing: 1741 Johnson Avenue NW, #102 (map)
- Price: $899,000
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 1,124
- HOA Fees: $594/month
- Year Built: 1998
- Listing Agent: Desmond McKenna, Compass
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2,000 Square Feet in Holmes Run Acres
This mid-century house in Holmes Run Acres leads with a deep driveway and a manicured lawn. The interior has a wood pitched ceiling throughout the main level, where the living room has windows stacked to the ceiling on a wall adjacent to a fireplace. The carpeted dining nook is lined with windows on two sides, and around the corner, the galley kitchen has a remote-operated skylight, lacquered black cabinetry matching the dark granite countertops, and a hood above the stove. Two bedrooms share a bath on the main level, and the at-grade lower level houses the owner's bedroom suite and a carpeted rec room with a fireplace. Swing seats are suspended above the raised patio outside, which is below the main level deck and beside a sandbox seating area with fire pit.
- Full Listing: 7702 Poplar Tree Lane (map)
- Price: $875,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: 2.5
- Square Feet: 1,993
- Year Built: 1952
- Listing Agent: Frances Bissett, Keller Williams Capital Properties
Early 20th Century in Bloomingdale
This Victorian rowhouse offers a taste of Bloomingdale's traditional style. Past the front door, the entryway has a cut-out looking into the living room with a bay window. On the opposite side, a brick accent wall continues past a set of pocket doors into the dining room with a dogleg window and wood panelling undergirding the back stair. The kitchen has a stainless steel hood above the stove, square tile floors and a square tile backsplash. Off the skylit upstairs hall, the owner's bedroom also has a bay window and the second bedroom has a walk-through closet to the en-suite bath. The top floor is also a spacious bedroom and has access to a rear roof. The back of the house offers a patio/parking pad.
- Full Listing: 153 Randolph Place NW (map)
- Price: $899,900
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Three
- Square Feet: 1,747
- Year Built: 1908
- Listing Agent: Suzanne DesMarais, Compass
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Note: The neighborhood identified for this listing has been corrected since publication.
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