In this week’s edition of What X Buys, UrbanTurf is taking a look at what around $600,000 will get you in the DC market.
A Semi-Detached Home, Semi-Detached from Capitol Hill
This two-story Federal semi-detached three-bedroom is just a few blocks from Stadium-Armory Metro station. The narrow rowhouse has hardwood floors throughout, and a paved patio and surface parking spot complete the back of the lot. The home has a first floor powder room, while the three bedrooms are upstairs with a laundry nook.
- Full Listing: 309 16th Street SE (map)
- Listing Price: $629,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: 1.5
- Year Built: 1915
- Listing Agent: David Thomas, Keller Williams Capital Properties
Two Bedrooms and a Balcony in Logan Circle
Coming in just below $600,000, we find a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo on the southwest corner of the Icon building in Logan Circle. Twelve-foot ceilings with partially-exposed duct-work and tall windows create an open, industrial aesthetic that floods the space with light. Adjacent to the living/dining room is a balcony with plenty of room for a seating area. There is a gas fireplace, surround-sound wiring and a good amount of storage between a walk-in closet and custom built-ins, however 786 square feet for a two-bedroom is on the small side.
- Full Listing: 1320 13th Street NW, #32 (map)
- Listing Price: $599,999
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- HOA Fees $343/month
- Square Feet: 786
- Listing Agent: Ann Young, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
A Garden Patio in The East Village
This garden-style condo with an attached private patio boasts modern finishes in a historic Georgetown building. The rather sizable one-bedroom has a smart layout, with nooks and crannies for creative storage solutions. The assigned parking spot with the unit is a nice bonus given Georgetown’s notoriously tough parking.
- Full Listing: 3035 Q Street NW, #1 (map)
- Listing Price: $574,555
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- HOA Fees $259/month
- Square Feet: 750
- Listing Agent: David Getson, Compass
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_around_600000_buys_you_in_dc/11008.
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