Price Point: $540,000 to $600,000

Comparing housing prices in and around the District

Adams Morgan: $549,000

Condo: 2363 Champlain St. NW, #2

This 1,200-square-foot listing is a claustrophobe’s dream. The open, spacious layout and beige decor give an airy feeling to the two-floor unit. Upstairs, the large kitchen leads into a combined living-dining room with a gas fireplace and bay windows offering plenty of natural light. A washer and dryer are located in the half bath. Down the white-carpeted stairs are the two, large bedrooms. It’s hard to tell which deserves to be the master: They both include full baths and plenty of room for desks or dressers. But the first bedroom wins with a truly cavernous 11-by-5-foot closet. The bathroom fixtures aren’t as up-to-date as the rest of the apartment’s fixtures. Located in trendy Adams Morgan. Condo fees are $300 per month.

Contact: Wayne Johnson, Keller Williams Capital Properties, 202-494-0714


Dupont Circle: $599,500

Condo: 1316 New Hampshire Ave. NW, #103/105

This ground-floor condo blends old-school charm with modern convenience. It consists of two units in the gorgeous Hampshire House, built in 1918, that have been combined and renovated into a two-bedroom, two-bath home. The 1,100-square-foot space is separated into a living room, two tiny bedrooms and a study that could also serve as a third bedroom. Though small, the place has a nice, circular flow as you move from room to room, and the study includes double sliding doors that open up the space. The narrow kitchen, which opens onto the dining room, is helped by state-of-the-art appliances and a glossy black counter. Just a block from Dupont Circle. Condo fees are $504 per month.

Contact: Shawn Breck, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, 202-641-1200






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