CLOSE IT! House of the Week: A Corner Condo in Georgetown

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A Corner Condo in Georgetown

We made our way over to the other side of DC to view a Georgetown penthouse with major curb appeal. This corner condo can’t be missed because of its yellow exterior and castle-like structure. It has an opened floor plan with light hardwood floors, high ceilings, and plantation shutters that give the unit much charm. It also has two large bedrooms and one in a half baths with a soaking tub. The gourmet kitchen is roomy and includes stainless steel appliances, perfect for an aspiring chef. The unit is the largest in the building and has a private rooftop deck to enjoy those home cooked meals while overlooking the city. The property is listed for $775,000.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent, their cash-to-close would be $175,494 and monthly mortgage payments would be approximately $2,241. However, for a complete picture of what your cash-to-close figures would be, including seller’s net proceeds from the sale and such, view the Close It! Web version or download the free Close It! iOS app

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