Close It! House of the Week: Bright, open townhouse condo with easy city access

Close It! House of the Week: Bright, open townhouse condo with easy city access
Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $121,149.89.

This week we’re heading over to the D.C. side of Chevy Chase to check out a spacious 2BR / 1.5BA townhouse-style condo on Connecticut Avenue. It’s listed for $525,000 with an open house scheduled for this Sunday.

In addition to an open floor plan with 10-foot ceilings, this unit features a beautiful wood burning, brick fireplace and a fully renovated kitchen with breakfast bar. A private balcony looks onto a quiet, residential street, but it’s just a short walk away to Metro as well as the shops like Politics and Prose and restaurants like Comet Ping Pong.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $121,149.89. Monthly payments will then be around $2,721.16, which also includes the HOA fee of $251. For a complete picture of cash-to-close, including the seller’s net proceeds from this home-sale scenario, check out the Close It! Web version or download the free Close It! iOS app.

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