GDoN “blend patio & living room spaces” edition

This unit is located at 2922 18th Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Amazing patio-level 1 BR/1 BA condo in Mount Pleasant/Adams Morgan. Renovated 2008 w/ private outdoor patio, gas range, in-unit washer/dryer, granite, SS appliances, wood floors. Private entrance. 10 minutes to Red & Green lines, steps to shops/restaurants, 2 blocks to Rock Creek Park. Walk Score of 92. Stylish French doors blend patio & living room spaces. Pet friendly. Condo fees $161 monthly.”

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This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $339,900 ($161 monthly fee.)

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  • I like the standalone rowhome it’s a part of and the patio is nice but it is wayyyyy to small for that asking price.

  • justinbc

    Well it’s certainly well lit compared to other “patio level” (LOL) places I’ve seen.

  • I love it! Good deal.

  • 413 square feet is tiny. Plus, the metro is a good 15-20 minute walk. I’d say not a good deal.

  • It’s pretty and in a nice neighborhood. But really you’d be paying $1,500+ dollars a month (after putting $65K down) for a the equivalent of a very small English basement apartment with a 15-20 minute walk to the metro.

  • It’s not 15-20 min walk from the metro. I live in the apartment building behind it and it’s 12 minutes equidistant to Columbia Heights or Woodley Park. I think it’s an amazing location.

  • Well, it seems to be higher that your typical ground floor, and thus have normal height windows and light except in the front where the patio doors are, which is nice. But it is way too tiny for the price. And, while it has a patio, a patio in front is of dubious value – to me anyway – I want my patio in the back and more private, not on the street. This patio isn’t very large, and seems mainly to me to present a security problem with the patio door visible out front.

    • I took a look at this unit and it’s actually a vaulted unit, so it sits high above the street and the owner commented that her bikes have always been left out front unlocked during the time she has lived there- two of which years were alone, so currently two are living in the unit. Other neighbors commented on how safe and secure and the street is. I love the low condo fee and in unit w/d. Really smartly designed and feels much bigger than 413.

  • I’m not sure an open kitchen was such a good choice for this unit — there’s not much upper cabinet space as a result, and some of it will be challenging to reach (like the cabinet over the fridge and perhaps also the cabinet over the microwave).

  • GDoN isn’t really a discussion here. Barely over 400 sq ft for $339,000 is a whopping $850 per square foot. And I would seriously question the additional $2,000 a year in HOA for a property with zero amenities and no public space other than a postage stamp-sized yard.

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