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What's For Sale in D.C.'s Most Exciting Suburb, Silver Spring?

Congratulations once again to Silver Spring for your decided victory as D.C.'s most exciting suburb. If anyone has been looking to move to this desirable spot, here are six properties for sale there right now. The most expensive property asks $705K but everything else is between $275K-$365K.

This one bedroom in Silverton Condominiums is a nice large 800 square feet and the asking price just dropped to $295K. There's a washer and dryer in the apartment and the balcony appears to be looking into a courtyard. Saying that there's a pool at the complex may generate a hearty "Who cares?" in the middle of February, but all of this snow will melt eventually. Promise.

↑ You know the condo is close to the metro when that actually features into the title. This 820 square foot one bedroom at the not terribly creatively named 8045 at the Silver Spring Metro also boasts hardwood floors and a walk-in closet. Pets are welcome in the building which includes a fitness center and a party room. Ask is just under $300K.

↑ There's no shortage of townhouse communities throughout Silver Spring and this new one from EYA called Chelsea Heights is looking to deliver by the end of the year. This model, called the Andrews is clearly on the luxury side as it's four stories high and asking $705K. This 1678 square foot three bedroom home also has garage parking and a rooftop terrace.

↑ This 1050 square foot two bedroom in Park Sutton doesn't have a washer and dryer in the condo itself, but that leaves more space for everything else...including sunlight. Also, they offer an amenity that probably looks VERY GOOD right now: snow removal. This is the least expensive offering in this post at $275K.

↑ Here's something else that falls under "Townhouse communities that will deliver soon." This home called the Pierce III (fancy!) is a part of the Towns of Tanglewood that will open in mid-April. This is clearly geared toward families as it has things like a recreation room, a separate family room and two parking spaces in the back. Ask for this 1994 square foot three bedroom home starts at $349,990.

↑ This two bedroom apartment in Eastern Village Cohousing is larger than it may seem from the photos of the living and dining area. The 890 square foot unit also has 14 foot ceilings which will give more space vertically. The $365K ask and $303 monthly condo fees will include internet, cable and access to the building's green roof, grills, exercise room and bike storage. Also, the pets can come along.