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The 10 Best Bachelor(ette) Pads on the D.C. Market

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The single life has never felt so good than in these swanky bachelor(ette) pads. Last April, Curbed took at the best listings on the market that could suit any single lady's or gentleman's needs, and now it's time to revisit the one- and two-bedroom units that have landed on the market within the past week. While some of the abodes listed below may be way above the typical homebuyer's budget (over $2 million), there are others that should be fairly reasonable ($449,000). Regardless, take a look at some of the best real estate eye candy below, and vote for which one you think trumps all the rest.


↑ As the second most expensive abode on the list, this West End condo is for those who want the best of the best, and of course, are able to afford it. The asking price is $1,998,000 with $2,580 monthly HOA dues. The unit includes two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms over 2,732-square-feet. What you can find inside this pricey pad includes an open floor plan, recessed lighting, two-car garage parking, and tray ceilings.


↑ This two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom listing features cherry hardwood flooring, exposed brick walls, and a private balcony and patio. With a $679,900 asking price, this listing is located in Columbia Heights and has $275 monthly HOA dues.


↑This well-sunlit Columbia Heights condo comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, an airy open floor plan, and concrete countertops in the kitchen. It's only two blocks away from the nearest Metro and comes with a rooftop deck. The one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom unit is asking $469,000 with $384 monthly HOA dues. The square footage totals to 756.


↑ Some of the design highlights in this Cleveland Park condo include tray ceilings with LED lights, built-in bookshelves, and a period moldings. With one bedroom and two bathrooms, the unit has been updated and freshly painted. It's only a half-a-block away from the Metro and comes with an asking price of $449,000. The monthly HOA dues are $791.


↑ This two-level condo comes with colorful accent walls, an open floor plan, and a steel staircase. Artwork is strewn around the home with examples like a screen printed Audrey Hepburn portrait, still life painting of pears, and massive photograph of a cityscape. For those who need a lot of room outside as well as inside, the listing comes with a main floor deck and private patio. With two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathroom, this 1,840-square-foot condo is located in Capitol Hill. The price comes to $875,000 with $225 monthly HOA dues.


↑ For $775,000, you can own this two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom townhome in Capitol Hill. The home was built in 1908 and has been renovated, but still retains original details like a wood-burning fireplace. The kitchen features a built-in wine cooler as well as a five-burner gas range stove. The listing also includes a private patio.


↑ With an asking price of $2,195,000, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom Georgetown townhome is the most expensive abode in this list, but also the most beautiful. Even the community is visually appealing as the listing describes the setting as "picturesque" with cobblestone streets. The home, itself, features a rear garden with a pond, two features rarely found in Georgetown listings. Other highlights include a multi-tiered brick patio, two-car garage, and exposed brick walls.


↑ If you want a conversation piece, this Dupont Circle listing has it. How many homeowners can say they have a decorative kimono hanging on the wall? This one-bedroom, one-bathroom listing is the smallest on this list with 590-square-feet, but it does have some highlights worth mentioning. The unit features crystal white marble countertops, LED lighting, and heated marble flooring. It's also only a few blocks away from the Metro. The asking price is $449,000.


↑ This Adams Morgan listing is best for those homebuyers who enjoy a more industrial style with their abode. Throughout the two-level condo, you can find a metal duct meandering around the edge of each room. Some of the highlights of this penthouse include that it has garage parking and balconies on all levels. This listing comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, 1,342-square-feet, and an asking price of $799,000. The monthly HOA dues are $532.


↑ In Dupont Circle, you can find this two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo for $849,000. It comes with 1,070-square-feet, $783 per square. The listing comes with a private 460-square-foot rooftop deck with a built-in grill and refrigerator. The abode is only a few blocks away from the Metro. The monthly HOA dues come to $304.
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