The Dupont Circle neighborhood in Northwest Washington isn’t known for its affordable housing. In fact, the charming rowhouses in the community are generally priced well over $1 million even if they haven’t been completely renovated.

The centrally located neighborhood, walkable to many of the city’s liveliest areas and served by Metro and numerous bus routes, has a median sales price of $418,000, but many of those recent sales are one-bedroom condos.

For buyers who are focused on location above all, a 500-square-foot condo recently became available for $269,000 at 1728 New Hampshire Ave. NW, a historic mansion built in 1912. The top-floor condo, Unit 402, includes an off-street parking space. The monthly condo fee of $436 covers all utilities. The studio has oak flooring, views of the city and a galley kitchen with stainless-steel appliances. Both the kitchen and the bathroom have been updated.

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The mansion, originally built as a single-family home, is now a nine-unit condo building with an open staircase in the center that provides access to each unit.

For more information, contact the Grant, Ryall and Andrew Group of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Capitol Hill office at 202-531-6400.

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