Close It!™ House of the Week: Contemporary, luxury condo on 14th Street Corridor

Close It!™ House of the Week: Contemporary, luxury condo on 14th Street Corridor
Close It™ is the free Web and iOS app that calculates cash to close for buyers and cash in pocket for sellers.

We stumbled across a gorgeous 6th floor condo that's just a couple blocks from Federal Title's new office on 14th Street. It's a spacious 665 square foot 1-bedroom condo that offers sweeping views of the city and a central, walkable location that's tough to beat. It's listed at $465,000.

Located in the contemporary condo building known as The Ashton, this unit is on the quiet side of the building in Logan Circle along the booming 14th Street Corridor. It offers hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances and an in-unit washer/dryer. Luxurious touches such as marble counters, custom cabinetry and a spa-like bathroom – not to mention breathtaking views – are just some of the amenities this unit has to offer.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $107,886.81. Monthly payments will then be around $2,394.04 per month, including the HOA fee. For a complete picture of the cash to close, including the seller's side of the transaction, try the Web version of Close It™ or download the free Close It™ iOS app.

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