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What Between $350,000-$400,000 Buys in DC
For this edition of What X Buys, UrbanTurf rounds up some options for homes in DC affordable to buyers looking to spend $350,000-$400,000.
A Four-Bedroom Near the Maryland Border
Although it may seem surprising that there are four-bedroom houses in the city within this price range, this renovated end-unit townhouse in Washington Highlands fits the bill and offers over 2,000 square feet of space. The three-story house has ample room throughout, including a fully finished basement with a bedroom and full bath. The galley kitchen, with marble countertops and subway-tiled backsplash, sits in the middle of the main level between the living room and dining room.
- Full Listing: 1212 Barnaby Terrace SE (map)
- Price: $369,900
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 2.5
- Square Footage: 2,037
- HOA Fees: $35/month
- Year Built: 1978
- Listing Agent: Daniel MacDonald, Keller Williams Realty
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Sun and Storage Space in Top-Floor One-Bedroom
In an Art Deco building in Kalorama, this top floor one-bedroom unit offers much more storage than its square footage may suggest. The unit has a large hall closet and two walk-in closets, one wide and one very deep, both with ample built-in shelving. The kitchen has granite countertops and an eat-in breakfast nook with pass-through windows that look into the adjacent sunroom-style den, which lets light into the kitchen and living areas.
- Full Listing: 2032 Belmont Road NW, #622 (map)
- Price: $399,900
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Footage: 734
- HOA Fees: $543/month
- Listing Agent: Kathryn Loughney, Keller Williams Realty
A Newly-Constructed Two-Bedroom
The last option is a two-bedroom condo that is one of six new units delivering in late February a short walk from the Fort Totten Metro station. The floorplan is open and bright, with bedrooms on opposite sides of the unit; the smaller of the bedrooms has access to a private balcony. The one-wall kitchen with Calacatta quartz slab backsplash and countertops, French door refrigerator and slow-close drawers and cabinets sits opposite the living area. The unit also has hand-crafter Waterworks faucets and fixtures throughout and a Mirabelle deep-soak tub.
- Full Listing: 5110 Fort Totten Drive NE, #2 (map)
- Price: $399,000
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Footage: 813
- HOA Fees: $171/month
- Listing Agent: James Kastner, Slate Properties
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