What $980K Buys You in the DC Area

by Mark Wellborn

In What X Buys You this week, UrbanTurf takes a look at properties on the market in the $975,000 to $980,000 range to give readers an idea of what type of homes are available in this price point in the DC area.

Woodley Park Three-Bedroom Built By Henry Wardman


Homes designed by Henry Wardman like this three-bedroom can be found all over the District, but Woodley Park is full of them. Built in the mid-1920s, the home conforms to the more traditional design common in the hundreds of homes that Wardman built, but it also has a new kitchen, a family room that leads to a large deck, and third-level attic loft space. There is a two-car garage at the property, which sits not far from the zoo, as well as a rear driveway that can fit another two cars.

  • Full Listing: 2707 Woodley Place NW (map)
  • Price: $975,000
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: Three
  • Square Footage: 1925
  • Listing Agent: Sheila Mooney, Coldwell Banker

Four-Level, Six-Bedroom Townhouse on Kingman Place


Like Johnson Avenue, Kingman Place is an interesting street in Logan Circle, as it is just one block long. This four-level, six-bedroom house sits in the middle of the block, and is one of the lower-priced homes of its size in the area (partly because the kitchen and bathrooms need updating). The property has an in-law suite and a main house with five bedrooms, as well as a rear garden, rooftop terrace and quite a large garage. All this has attracted some attention: 75 groups came through the open house last weekend.

  • Full Listing: 1517 Kingman Place NW (map)
  • Price: $980,000
  • Bedrooms: Five
  • Bathrooms: Three
  • Square Footage: 1915
  • Listing Agent: Daryl Judy, Washington Fine Properties

Four-Bedroom Stone Townhouse in Alexandria


This four-bedroom corner townhouse on the edge of Alexandria is made of a material that not many builders are using these days: stone. The property sits on a 3,400 square-foot lot, and with a flagstone patio, fence and a number of trees. Inside, the home has a number of original features like the wood floors, moldings and built-ins. The house also comes with two parking spaces.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_980k_buys_you_in_the_dc_area/3955


  1. JH said at 3:51 pm on Wednesday August 10, 2011:

    Kingman Place may be my favorite block in Logan. Great house as well.

  1. Rob said at 5:40 pm on Wednesday August 10, 2011:

    We toured the Kingman Place house.  Let’s just say that “the kitchen and bathrooms need updating” is a gigantic understatement.

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