Real estate in Washington, DC, has long been a hot commodity as movers and shakers in the political realm seek a front-row seat to the events of our nation’s capital.
Whether you want to bow to members of Congress, enjoy museums and historic sites year-round, or enjoy the long-term cultural melting pot and fabulous restaurant scene, buyers currently have more than 3,500 properties to choose from, according to data from Realtor.com.
The page’s figures show that the median price for housing in DC is currently $ 629,000.
Here’s what you can get in the city with a budget of $ 2 million:
Woodley Road NW – $ 1,995,000
This Woodley Park brick house is within walking distance of Washington National Cathedral, Naval Observatory and several embassies. It is also close to Cleveland Park Metro Station.
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The 3,000 square foot house has an exterior of brick and hardwood floors throughout. Its main level includes a foyer, a living room with fireplace and a family room with French doors that open up to the garden according to the listing of John Pruski with Jack Realty Group.
The kitchen has quartz tables, sophisticated appliances and a separate door that opens to the garden.
The house with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms includes a fully finished ceiling level and lower level, the latter of which has a fireplace, a full bath and an outside entrance.
Adams Street NW – $ 1,150,000
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This townhouse built in 1908 has hard wood floors, high ceilings and exposed bricks and has been fully updated according to the listing of Roby C. Thompson III of Long & Foster Woodley Park.
The 2,600-square-foot home still has its original woodwork and trim along with a gourmet kitchen that opens onto a deck, patio and a professionally landscaped garden.
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The 3-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom house also provides revenue with a 2-bedroom, 1-bath rental unit that is currently rented for $ 2,150 per month.