What $900,000 Buys You in the DC Area

by Shilpi Paul

In What X Buys You this week, UrbanTurf takes a look at properties on the market in the $900,000 range to give readers an idea of what type of homes are available in this price point in the DC area.

What $900,000 Buys You in the DC Area: Figure 1

Adams Morgan’s Solar Rowhouse

Last on the market in 2004, this four-bedroom V Street rowhouse has been renovated in an eco-friendly style, with double-glazed windows, high-efficiency appliances, solar panels, blown insulation and a Jydepejsen wood stove that generates a significant amount of heat. We imagine all of these features contribute to significantly lower electricity bills. The home has many warm wood elements framing the windows and doors; the medium brown shade of the trim also matches the cabinetry in the kitchen. There is a den/bedroom in the basement as well as a deep back patio.

  • Full Listing: 1619 V Street NW (map)
  • Price: $889,000
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Year Built: 1909
  • Listing Agent: David Bediz, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

What $900,000 Buys You in the DC Area: Figure 2

Sunny Cape Cod Near MacArthur Boulevard

The carpeted master bedroom of this three-bedroom home feels like a getaway, with bright windows along one wall, and nooks and crannies creating extra spaces around several corners. One particularly private space could be a nursery or office area, another could be a reading nook, and yet another is currently being used as a TV-watching zone. The walk-in closet is also very deep, with built in shelving. The home’s other cool space is the finished basement, with walls entirely clad in wood paneling.

  • Full Listing: 4919 Ashby Street NW (map)
  • Price: $895,000
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Year Built: 1938
  • Listing Agent: Margot Wilson, Washington Fine Properties

Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.

What $900,000 Buys You in the DC Area: Figure 3

Rockville Rancher With Rooms to Spare

Set on a very large and woodsy lot, the Rockville ranch-style home has lots of big windows throughout the main level looking out onto green spaces with mature trees and rolling expanses of grass. The backyard also has an in-ground pool and patio space around it. The basement is set up as a rec room, with a ping pong table and a piano.

Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.

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