The median sales price for a home in the District reached $592,500 in July, an amount that makes homeownership feel out of reach for many local renters. Buyers with a budget of $400,000 may not be able to find a single-family home with multiple bedrooms in the city, but there are still plenty of options for a townhouse or condo in that price range.

More choices are available in neighborhoods that are more residential and more distant from the hot markets such as Logan Circle, Mount Pleasant and Shaw.

For example, the end-unit townhouse at 310 63rd St. NE in Deanwood is priced at $375,000. The residence doesn’t require a homeowner association fee, and annual property taxes are $1,410.

Built in 1945 and fully renovated, this 1,227-square-foot townhouse has three finished levels with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The exterior doesn’t have a lot of curb appeal, but inside is an open floor plan with hardwood floors on the main and upper levels, recessed lighting and windows on two sides.

The open kitchen has white cabinets, a marble countertop and stainless-steel appliances. French doors adjacent to the dining area open onto a deck. Two bedrooms and one full bathroom are on the upper level, with the third bedroom and the second full bathroom on the lower level. The lower level also has a recreation room and a closet with a stacked washer and dryer.

The property has off-street parking in a driveway, central air conditioning and gas heat.

Assigned schools include Drew Elementary, Kelly Miller Middle and H.D. Woodson High, all of which are rated below average by

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For more information, contact Bridgette Bradshaw, a real estate agent with Century 21 The Real Estate Centre at 202-486-9987.