Good Deal or Not? “high-end built-in murphy bed w/ puck lights” edition

1901 Wyoming Avenue Northwest

This unit is located at 1901 Wyoming Avenue, Northwest. The listing says:

“PERFECT PIED A TERRE – warm jewel box studio on mezz. at historic Best Address Altamont – Italian Renaissance charm w/ 10~ ceil, sep. kitch, high-end built-in murphy bed w/ puck lights, wood flrs, surreal closet space. Rare chance to own a pc. of history at this price! Low fee incl. taxes & util. Pkg avail for sale/rent on bldg wait list. No UL. Mortg., Don’t miss rcptn room & fab roof ter.”

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This studio is going for $230,000 ($386 monthly fee.)

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  • Gorgeous common space! Wish there was a pic of the murphy bed down.

  • I actually think this is a pretty great deal. Yeah, it’s small, but it’s right between Adams Morgan and Dupont and has a super happy desk receptionist!

  • Murphy beds are awesome!!!!!

  • Have no idea whether this is a good deal or not, but I love it! And I would be willing to buy it just for the roof access (if I have unlimited funds of course).

    • For $230K, you wouldn’t really need unlimited funds. This place is actually doable for a lot of people, I would think.

  • justinbc

    They have an interesting idea of what the word surreal means.

  • Damn that’s tiny. Maybe 400 sq feet? 375? They don’t list the square footage on any of the usual sites. That must mean this is a very high $/sq foot price.
    Maybe a good buy for someone who works in DC Mon-Thurs and lives elsewhere on the weekends.
    Or parents buying it for their child who is in DC for college or grad school.

  • Seems on the high side for a studio, and especially for a coop studio. No?

  • I got really drunk in one of those kitchens once. It was the 90s…

  • Great place to meet up with the mistress before driving back to Potomac

  • I’m wary of a property which refuses to disclose square footage… especially when it’s a studio. I’m guessing 350 sq. rt. which makes this $650 sq. ft. Not insane by DC standards but not a great deal. The killer for me is the $386 monthly co-op fee. Really?

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