The 1,352-square-foot house at 5007 54th Ave. in Hyattsville, Md., has five bedrooms and two bathrooms. (Sadie Bowers/Visionary Photography)

Hyattsville in Prince George’s County is among the neighborhoods attracting home buyers who want to live close to the District and are looking for affordable options. The town includes an arts district, walkable neighborhoods and transit options. And unlike the District, where the median sales price in May was $600,555, according to Bright MLS, the median sales price for Hyattsville’s 20781 Zip code was $370,000. It’s not surprising that homes in that Zip code sell in a median of 11 days.

The single-family home at 5007 54th Ave. in Hyattsville is priced at $305,000. The property doesn’t require any homeowner association fees, and annual property taxes are $2,573. The house was initially listed at $320,000.

The house has been updated with new paint and refinished hardwood floors on the main level. (Sadie Bowers/Visionary Photography)

The 1,352-square-foot house has five bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has been updated with new paint, refinished hardwood floors on the main level, new carpet on the lower level, new vinyl windows and a new patio. The main level has a combined living and dining area and a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and granite counters. It also has two bedrooms and a full bathroom. The finished lower level has three more bedrooms, a den and the second full bathroom. The house includes a rear yard, a side deck, a patio and a covered front porch. However, the property doesn’t include a garage or off-street parking.

Assigned schools are Port Towns Elementary, William Wirt Middle and Bladensburg High, all rated below average by based on test scores.

For more information, contact John Burgess and Connor Christie with Realty Executives Premier at 301-681-5093.

The kitchen has stainless-steel appliances and granite countertops. (Sadie Bowers/Visionary Photography/Sadie Bowers/Visionary Photography)

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