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Which $3M Spring Valley Single-Family Is the Better Choice?

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Imagine you have around $3.5 million to spend on a place and you've narrowed it down to two Spring Valley single-family homes. How do you make up your mind? The answer is simple: you shove them into a metaphorical cage and let them battle it out until one emerges victorious. It's time for Real Estate Deathmatch.






















Address: 4929 Glenbrook Road NW 4060 52nd Terrace NW
Price: $3,999,000 $3,499,000
Square Footage: 6,000 8,100
Beds, Baths: 6, 8.5 8, 5


↑ At 4929 Glenbrook Road NW, you can find a lower level recreation area, and a spacious backyard. Some of the design highlights include coffered ceilings, recessed lighting, and hardwood flooring throughout. In comparison with the following listing, this one is more expensive ($500,000 more), has two fewer bedrooms, and three-and-a-half more bathrooms.


↑ The kitchen in 4060 52nd Terrace NW just might be one of the most impressive kitchens in Washington, D.C. It comes with a ridged skylight, recessed lighting, and walls of windows. The checkered flooring in the foyer is the most eccentric design in the home. For those who need some opulence mixed into their real estate, this single-family home features a heated garage and an elevator.
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[UPDATE: While the Redfin listing for 4060 52nd Terrace NW indicated that the single-family home is 5,762-square-feet, this MRIS listing gives the correct square footage, which is 8,100. The article has been updated to show the change.]
· 4929 Glenbrook Road NW [Redfin]
· 4060 52nd Terrace NW [Redfin]
· Real Estate Deathmatch archive [Curbed DC]