Close It!™ House of the Week: Old charm with modern upgrades

Close It!™ House of the Week: Old charm with modern upgrades
Close It™ is the free Web and iOS app that calculates cash to close for buyers and cash in pocket for sellers.

For this installment of our House of the Week series, we’re falling in love with a gorgeous single family home in Brookland with a massive yard that has outdoor entertaining space and a garden, plus a large living room and dining space. It has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and is listed for $899,000.

Exposed brick, refinished wood floors throughout and mature landscaping lend an air of old charm to this oasis in the city while heated tiles, a chef’s kitchen and other modern touches are sure to appeal to the desires of today’s homebuyer. The wrap-around front porch and fenced in yard make this an ideal home for families with kids and pets.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $206,339.07. Monthly payments will then be around $3,887.15. For a complete picture of the cash to close, including the seller’s side of a transaction like this, try the Web version of Close It™ or download the free Close It™ iOS app.

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