D.C. condos are in high demand. Here are 5 on the market right now
Condos are a popular housing option in the D.C. market; that’s partially because they can be found in almost every neighborhood and at a range of price points.
- We’ve got a couple of new condo owners on our team who say lower maintenance costs, attractive amenities, and flexibility in price/location drew them to condo life.
What’s happening: The latest Bright MLS data shows there was a significant increase in demand for higher-priced D.C. condos during the month of September.
- Lower-priced condos and townhomes saw a smaller increase in demand.
Here’s a roundup of five condos on the D.C.-area housing market right now.
North Arlington | 2 beds, 1 bath | 994 square feet
Features: The condo with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops has lots of natural light and views from each room. There’s also ample shopping nearby.
Listing agent: Beverly Tatum, Weichert Realtors
Logan Circle | 1 bed, 1 bath | 745 square feet
Features: The terrace-level condo has a large, open living and dining room area with granite countertops and new wood flooring.
Listing agent: Daryl Judy, Washington Fine Properties.
Tysons | 1 bed, 1 bath | 709 square feet
Features: The condo boasts lots of sunshine, Bosch SS appliances, high ceilings, and a great view. The building has ample amenities, including a 24/7 concierge desk.
Listing agent: Cathy Beckett, Coldwell Banker Realty.
Georgetown | 2 beds, 2.5 baths | 1,345 square feet
Features: The condo is located in the historic Phillips School building, and features high ceilings, lots of natural light, hardwood floors, and high-end finishes. It also has outdoor space by way of a terraced patio.
Listing agent: Michael Brennan Jr., Compass
Wesley Heights | 6 beds, 5.5 baths | 9,450 square feet
Features: The luxury condo has a grand entrance with a curved stairway and a drawing room with 16-feet-high ceilings. It's got mahogany doors, marble baths, a crystal chandelier, and views of the National Cathedral.
Listing agent: Mark C. Lowham and Greg Gaddy, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.
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