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What (Around) $1 Million Buys in the DC Area
The year's first installment of What X Buys highlights three area options for just below and a stretch above the $1 million mark.
A Two-Level Loft in Alexandria
Just over a half-mile from the East Falls Church Metro station, this two-bedroom is one of the last of the recently-delivered Masonry Lofts. Exposed, weathered brick walls are prominent in every room, as are near floor-to-ceiling windows and exposed ductwork and conduits. An office/den boasts triple exposure, and the sleek U-shaped kitchen includes a subway tile backsplash and a floating hood above the stove. The stairwell highlights repurposed wood pillars, and the gallery loft-like landing leads to the owner's suite across from access to a private roof deck.
- Full Listing: 515 N Washington Street, #402 (map)
- Price: $999,900
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: 2.5
- Square Feet: 1,329
- HOA Fees: $867/month
- Year Built: 2022
- Listing Agent: Hillary Curtin, McWilliams|Ballard
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A House-Sized Condo in Dupont Circle
Two short blocks from P Street Beach in Dupont Circle, the main living/dining space in this 1,680 square-foot unit is adorned with three large lunette windows overlooking Rock Creek Park. Built-in shelving anchors a pass-through window to the kitchen, which has white quartz countertops, a wall of cabinetry with a panelized fridge, and a wine cooler. The condo has an L-shaped office with a built-in shelving/desk combo sits behind paned pocket doors, and the owner's suite has an attached den.
- Full Listing: 1511 22nd Street NW, #21|22 (map)
- Price: $1.15 million
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 1,680
- HOA Fees: $920/month
- Year Built: 1917
- Listing Agents: Adrienne Szabo, Muieen Cader, Long & Foster Real Estate
An Accessible Takoma Park Tudor
Located on a corner lot in Takoma Park, this Tudor-style house boasts interesting architectural details like the curved staircase into a foyer/salon with a curved ceiling with rope molding. The spacious living room has a fireplace, the formal dining room has a bay with two built-in cabinets flanking the center windows, and the bedrooms include nooks and built-in shelves and drawers. The carpeted lower level has a private entrance, a bedroom, a full bath, and a utilitarian kitchen with a breakfast bar. The house also includes an elevator and a deep shared driveway that leads to a detached garage.
- Full Listing: 8119 Flower Avenue (map)
- Price: $950,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 3,082
- Year Built: 1940
- Listing Agent: Michael Seay, Compass
Photo courtesy of Naleli Murry.
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