The 800-square-foot condo is a one-bedroom, two-bathroom upper level duplex unit with a bay window.

If you love the leafy neighborhoods of upper Northwest Washington, you may be deterred by the expensive housing in the area. For example, the median sales price in April in the 20016 Zip code was $795,000, according to Bright MLS. But you may be able to afford to live there if a one-bedroom condo works for you.

For example, the condo at 3806 Porter St. NW #301 in Vaughan Place is priced at $379,950. Monthly condo fees are $406 and annual taxes are $2,921.

The 800-square-foot condo is a one-bedroom, two-bathroom upper level duplex unit with a bay window. The entry level has an open living and dining room, an updated kitchen and a powder room. The upper level includes a washer and dryer in addition to the bedroom, walk-in closet and full bathroom.


The entry level has an open living and dining room, an updated kitchen and a powder room.

Condo amenities include parking for one car, a swimming pool, a fitness center and a shuttle to the Tenleytown Metro station. The neighborhood is served by numerous bus lines and is within walking distance of multiple shops and restaurants in Cathedral Commons and nearby streets. The redevelopment of the former Fannie Mae headquarters will bring a Wegman’s grocery store and other retail options to the neighborhood.

Assigned schools include Eaton Elementary, Deal Middle and Wilson High, all rated above-average by GreatSchools.org. For more photos, visit spws.homevisit.com/mls/258082

For more information, contact real estate agents Lou Cardenas at 202-669-4083 or Stephanie Tedeschi at 862-241-9192, both with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.