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Four Under $450k – 2 Bedroom Condo Edition

by PoP Sponsor August 17, 2017 at 12:15 pm 0

This weekly column is written and sponsored by D.C. real estate agent and Edgewood resident Jessica Evans. Email her questions at  [email protected].

In this edition of “4 under $450,000” I’m featuring the best of the best 2 bedroom condos priced under $450,000. There are no astronomical condo fees either, I’ve also limited those to $450/month.

Inventory levels are among the highest we will see all year and this means that we have an awesome range of options that should check all the boxes including parking, a huge 4 bedroom, one under $200k, newly renovated condo conversion, and one of the lowest prices we’ve seen in midtown** DC in a while, so keep reading to learn about these listings while they’re still around!

5551 Illinois Ave NW #102 – $339,500

  • Northern Petworth (kinda seems like Brightwood to me too)
  • 2 bed/2 bath unit
  • brand new appliances, wood floors, private outdoor space
  • condo fee of $266/month

1232 16th St NE #1 – $319,000

  • Trinidad: close to Ivy City, H Street and Union Market
  • 2 bed/2 bath, efficient 725 sq ft
  • Everything is new! Recent condo conversion in 4 unit building.

1706 Montana Ave NE – $399,000

  • Basically a house: 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms on 3 levels with 1,534 sq ft and a private yard
  • Woodridge/Montana Ave: check out these developments RIA-DC and NewCity DC

2333 16th St SE #304 – $189,500

  • Historic Anacostia
  • Top floor, 810 sq ft
  • Walk to metro, but also has 2 parking spaces
  • Gorgeous kitchen and in unit washer/dryer

As an added bonus, because it was too hard to narrow it down to just 4 with all of the great options this week:

1763 Columbia Rd NW #401 – $449,900

  • Admo!
  • 2 bedrooms/2 bathroom
  • Recently renovated with in unit washer/dryer
  • Creative financing is necessary but very viable for owner occupants!

Looking for more 2 bedroom condo options? Check out the full list of active and available listings here.

** I get it, this isn’t Manhattan, and this isn’t a technical term, but it’s what I use to describe the general residential area north of Downtown and south of Columbia Heights.**

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