One bedroom condo in DC’s Columbia Heights for $365,000


While many people aspire to live in the nation’s capital, owning property in the city can be an expensive proposition, especially in popular neighborhoods such as Columbia Heights.

The median sale price for a home in DC was $725,000 in June, according to Bright MLS. Buyers who want to live in Columbia Heights, which offers access to a subway station, shopping, dining and nightlife, may be limited to a condo if their budget doesn’t exceed $400,000.

For example, the condo at 1451 Park Rd. NW #210 is priced at $365,000. Monthly condo fees are $315 and annual property taxes are $2,676.

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Condominium fees include water, garbage and snow removal, maintenance of common grounds, insurance, reserves and a bike room. The unit does not come with parking, but there are parking options available in the neighborhood. The condo has central air conditioning and pets are allowed.

Across the street from the condo building is the Columbia Heights Plaza and the Columbia Heights subway station is one block away. Stores such as Target, Giant, Best Buy, and Bed Bath & Beyond are nearby, as well as Columbia Heights and Mount Pleasant Farmers Markets.

Restaurants and nightlife are available in the neighborhood as well as in Mount Pleasant and Adams Morgan, both less than a mile from the condo. More restaurants, shops, and nightlife spots can be reached just over a mile south on 14th Street NW.

Built in 1930, the remodeled 567 square foot condo features one bedroom and one bath. The condo features an open floor plan with high ceilings in all rooms, tray ceiling in the living room and dining room, hardwood floors and large windows throughout the unit. The white kitchen has Shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a subway tile backsplash. The bedroom includes a nook to use as a home office. This condo has a washer and dryer combination and comes with a storage unit in the basement.

Affected schools include Tubman Elementary, Columbia Heights Educational Campus and Cardozo High.

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For more information, contact Realtor David Getson with Compass Real Estate Brokerage at 202-557-5411.

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