What (Around) $930,000 Buys in the DC Area
For this edition of What X Buys, UrbanTurf highlights some options for prospective homebuyers in the DC area with a $930,000 budget.
Bigger Than Meets the Eye in Brookland
This Brookland bungalow is just a few houses down from a listing that UT featured that recently sold for above asking. The five-bedroom home has a full-length front porch and over 2,800 square feet of interior space, a fact which isn't apparent from its exterior. Just inside, the living room has a red brick fireplace, while the white kitchen in the next room has a breakfast bar and overlooks an informal dining area. The main level also has a formal dining room, a sitting room, one of the five bedrooms and 1.5 baths. The lower level can serve as a two-bedroom in-law suite, complete with living room, spacious one-wall kitchen, and a second laundry room. A large wood deck looks out on the fenced-in backyard, which also abuts a parking pad.
- Full Listing: 4101 12th Street NE (map)
- Price: $929,000
- Bedrooms: Five
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 2,820
- Year Built: 1918
- Listing Agent: Mary Magner, Long & Foster Real Estate
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The Clock is Ticking in McLean
This evening is the offer deadline for this Cape Cod in the Potomac Hills neighborhood of McLean. The living room has a white fireplace and is so large that is has windows on opposite walls. A built-in breakfast bar is connected to an exposed beam separating the L-shaped kitchen with brick tile floors from the adjacent dining room. The owner's bedroom has a dressing room with sink separate from the en-suite bath. There is a bedroom with en-suite full bath on the lower level, which also has a rec room and a recessed fireplace next to recessed built-in shelving, while sliding glass doors out to the paved patio area sit next to a wet bar.
- Full Listing: 6190 Hardy Drive (map)
- Price: $929,500
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 2,502
- Year Built: 1965
- Listing Agent: Catherine Coridan, Keller Williams Realty
Wood-Paneled and Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired
Just off Clara Barton Parkway in Bethesda, this contemporary three-bedroom house sports an angular, largely wood-paneled interior. The spacious living room has nearly a full wall of windows, hardwood flooring, wood-paneled walls, a built-in bench with shelving and a recessed fireplace next to a dining nook. A sunroom has slate tile floors and a brick accent wall with a recessed fireplace. The owner's bedroom has triple exposure and a built-in dresser, while the other three bedrooms also have built-in shelving, dressers and/or cabinets. The house has an attached garage and a bamboo-framed multi-level backyard with mature trees.
- Full Listing: 6528 Wiscasset Road (map)
- Price: $928,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Three
- Square Feet: 2,259
- Year Built: 1950
- Listing Agent: Robert Jenets, Stuart & Maury
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