In this week’s edition of What X Buys, UrbanTurf is taking a look at what a buyer can afford in DC on a $370,000 budget.
Plenty of Amenities with this 1,150 Square-Foot One-Bedroom
The Westchester is a historic cooperative not too far from the National Cathedral where the amenities include a library, grocer and beauty and barber salons. Now, a massive, modernized one-bedroom unit is on the market in the complex. Features include customized ELFA closets, a stovetop island with exhaust hood and parquet wood flooring. As with many buildings in this section of DC, the monthly fees are high, but include property taxes.
- Full Listing: 4000 Cathedral Avenue NW, #546-B (map)
- Listing Price: $365,000
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- HOA Fees $1,050/month
- Square Feet: 1,150
- Listing Agent: Alexander Esfahani, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
A Two-Bedroom Steal in Kingman Park
This condo in Kingman Park packs two bedrooms and two bathrooms into 740 square feet, but has an especially affordable condo fee. The unit has a lot of charm with a skylit living/dining room and a space-saving galley kitchen, and also comes with a parking space.
- Full Listing: 1917 Rosedale Street NE, #3 (map)
- Listing Price: $369,900
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- HOA Fees: $130/month
- Listing Agent: Ryan Butler, Keller Williams Capital Properties
Streamlined Design in Dupont Circle
Located in the historic Chastleton Beaux Arts building, this one bedroom unit is selling for just below $375,000 and uses recesses to make 673 square feet feel roomier. The Dupont Circle unit includes a sunroom-style living room nook and built-in shelving; the one bathroom is an en-suite.
- Full Listing: 1701 16th Street NW, #856 (map)
- Listing Price: $374,900
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- HOA Fees $728/month
- Year Built: 1920
- Listing Agent: Nate Guggenheim, Washington Fine Properties
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_around_370000_buys_in_dc/11805.
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