Welcome to Three Price Points where we look inside one building and find three different units for three different budgets.
The Watergate holds history, views of the river, and condos that range from $300K to $1.5M. We looked inside one of their buildings and found one unit from each price category so if you're a pauper, corporate slave, or trust fund kid click on through. Also, if you like portraits of dogs wearing suits, check out the most expensive listing on our list.
? Unit #602, 2 bed, 2.5 bath, $1,050,000, 1881 sq ft.
This isn't the most expensive listing in the building but since there are portraits of dogs wearing suits we had to show it to you. This unit has two balconies with river views and is very large for a two bedroom. Parking is included and the amenity fees total $3,070/month.
? Unit #103, 2 bed, 2.5 baths, $799,000, 1,671 sq. ft.
Still have sticker shock over the amenity fees? That's what gets you at the Watergate. This lovely condo with a terrace and gas grill hook up cost an additional $2,996 per month. So that's a turn off. But if you can swing it, you'll dig the convenience of living in a condo building but with a large walkout terrace to make you feel like it is more of a house. It has been newly renovated so probably doesn't need any work.
? Unit #1015, 1 bed, 1 bath, $330,000, 904 sq. ft.
This listing is big for a one bedroom, but the 'large' galley kitchen is a bit of an overstatement. However it does have a separate entrance from the unit's main door. Great for making a quick escape if you burn the pot roast. The biggest catch is the HOA fees are $1,353/month.