Good Deal or Not? “Row House” Versus Condo Edition?


These units are located at 1451 Belmont Street, NW:

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The flier for the “Row House” Unit 113 says:

“Very spacious 2 bedroom 2.5 bath plus den 2 level unit with private outdoor space and garage parking. 2nd garage space available for $25K. 19 large windows facing south and east and a private entrance makes it feel like a townhouse but with the benefits of a full-service bldg with doorman, AMAZING roof deck, etc. Largest unit in the bldg – sq ftg from builder.”

More info and a virtual tour found here.

The flier for the condo in Unit 419 says:

“This sought after top level unit offers a private balcony, gas fireplace, giant walk-in closest, an upgrade kitchen package which includes granite counter tops, NEW Hardwood Flrs. and much more! Assigned Garage PARKING included, Visitor parking as well! Common roof deck offers breath-taking panoramic views of the city. Courtyard with communal grills. . The amenities are endless!”

More info and a virtual tour for 419 found here.


So Unit 113 is going for $609,000. Unit 419 is going for $569,900. Which do you like better? How do the prices sound?

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