Close It! House of the Week: Bright unit with luxurious features in a super walkable location

Close It! House of the Week: Bright unit with luxurious features in a super walkable location

This week we’re venturing in the super walkable Columbia Heights neighborhood to check out a newly constructed 2BR / 2BA condo, the last unit for sale in a rowhouse conversion project. It’s listed for $649,000.

Dark hardwood flooring, exposed brick and quartz countertops are some of the special design features offered in this bright unit that lets in lots of sunlight through large windows. The master bathroom features a marbled-topped vanity and luxurious rain shower head.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $148,130.61. Monthly payments will then be around $3,253.75, which also includes the HOA fee of $190. 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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