Close It! House of the Week: A home to love in Chevy Chase

Close It! House of the Week: A home to love in Chevy Chase

We’ve made our way to the D.C. side of Chevy Chase to see about a wonderful home filled with lots of light, charm and character. It’s listed for $935,000.

Featuring 3 BR / 1.5 BA and a bonus room, this detached single family home also offers lots of room to grow: walk-up attic, unfinished basement and studio in the back yard. A lovely sunroom overlooks a terraced garden and deck for cookouts and entertaining.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $213,782.36. Monthly payments will then be around $4,432.84. 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.

CLOSE IT! House of the Week: A town home in Bloomingdale

CLOSE IT! House of the Week: A town home in Bloomingdale

A beautiful Victorian style townhouse located in LeDroit Park has an open floor plan with a modernized gourmet kitchen, perfect for hosting and entertaining. The unit includes 3 bedrooms and 3 spa like bathrooms with a bonus outdoor patio area on the property. The town home spans over 1,800 square feet and could be yours just in time for a Labor Day weekend celebration for only $869,000.

Other features:

  • Recess lighting throughout the home
  • Driveway and street parking
  • Off bedroom balcony
  • Pets allowed
  • Walk Score® – 95 Walkers Paradise
  • Transit Sore – 78 Excellent Transit
  • Bike Score – 84 Very Bikeable

Assuming the home buyer puts down 5 percent on a conventional loan, their cash to close would be $67,012 and monthly payments would be approximately $3,572. For a more accurate picture of what the cash-to-close figures would be for you, including the seller’s net proceeds and such, visit the CLOSE IT! web version calculator here or download the CLOSE IT! iOS app to your smart phone or tablet.

Feel free to tell your real estate agent that you want to use Federal Title & Escrow Company for settlement and save up to $750 on closing cost by ordering online. Always remember, it’s your choice in selecting a settlement company when it’s time to close. 

Close It! House of the Week: Walls of windows in Logan Circle; Walkscore of 97

Close It! House of the Week: Walls of windows in Logan Circle; Walkscore of 97

An ideal living option for someone who prefers a carless lifestyle, we’ve ventured out from our second office location in Logan Circle to check out a 1BR / 1.5 BA condo. It’s listed for $725,000.

This unit features a top-of-the-line gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar and separate dining room space. Southern exposures flood the open floorplan with lots of sunlight. The master bedroom offers two walk-in closets and en suite bathroom. The location – steps from some of the city’s best restaurants and retailers – is tough to beat. Designated parking is available for an additional sum.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $164,935.99. Monthly payments will then be around $2,686.80, including the $544 HOA fee. 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.

Close It! House of the Week: Condo in converted school house rare find in heart of city

Close It! House of the Week: Condo in converted school house rare find in heart of city

This week we’re exploring a converted school house in the heart of Logan Circle where an amazing 2BR / 2BA condo with 14-foot ceilings and custom closets is waiting for the right homebuyer. It’s listed for $815,000.

The unit was renovated in 2015 and features heart of pine hardwood flooring, new kitchen appliances and large windows with custom window treatments. Many of D.C.’s tastiest restaurants, located along the 14th Street Corridor, are essentially at the doorstep of this prime location.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $184,936.32. Monthly payments will then be around $4,852.40, which includes the HOA fee. 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.

Close It! House of the Week: Stunning Colonial home renovation in growing Petworth

Close It! House of the Week: Stunning Colonial home renovation in growing Petworth

This week we’re making our way over to Petworth to check out a stunning renovation that features a finished lower level that can serve as either an in-law suite or room for extra income. It’s listed for $874,900.

This colonial-style home is a 3BR / 3BA with a finished lower level, ideal for guest accommodations. The steel cable railings on the staircase are a nice design touch. The upper level boasts fabulous 10-foot ceilings and a luxurious master bathroom. The kitchen is gorgeous with white cabinets and marble counters.

Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $198,275.95. Monthly payments will then be around $2,594.77. 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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