Close It! House of the Week: Jaw-dropping views of the Capitol, spiral staircase feature

Close It! House of the Week: Jaw-dropping views of the Capitol, spiral staircase feature

This week, we’re headed on over to a spacious penthouse loft of 1,369 square feet. This beautiful property has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and is fitted with gorgeous, modern amenities. Also included in this residential, garden-style loft unit, is an assigned parking space and, its most unique feature, its cascading spiral staircase. It's listed at $869,000.

This condo has a two stunning, upgraded bathroom and includes two industrial style bedrooms with exposed ducts on the ceiling. In addition, the unit has a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, new stainless-steel appliances, and an electric stove. Hardwood floors flow throughout the condo until they reach the condo’s spectacular 200 square foot private terrace that overlooks the city. Also, nearby the condo is Meridian Hill Park, perfect for those who like spending time outdoors.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $197,834.79. Monthly payments will then be around $3,905.84 (this does not include HOA fees). For a complete picture of the cash to close, including the seller’s side of the transaction, try the Web version of Close It™ download the free Close It™ iOS app.

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