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Here Are Brookland's Five Most Expensive Listings

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↑ The most expensive single-family home on the Brookland market is this newly constructed townhome at 3322 7th Street NE. At the moment, only the floor plan is available as well as a rendering. Maryland-based developer Bozzuto constructed the four-story property with three models available, each with roof terraces and parking. The location is right by the Brookland Metro as well as Monroe Street Market.

The asking price for this three-bedroom, five-bathroom unit is $867,607 with $153 monthly HOA dues. To compare this price with others in the area, national real estate brokerage Redfin reported that the median listing price for the area is $750,000.

↑ Another Bozzuto development made the list with this one being Unit 846 at 3302 7th Street NE. This three-bedroom, five-bathroom unit is part of the same development as the above one, called Gallery Towns. Move in won't begin until April 2016, so any homebuyers looking to move in within the next month or so should move on. The ask for this listing is $862,130 with $153 monthly HOA dues.

↑ This townhome at 3336 7th Street NE is the final Bozzuto addition on this list. Again, it's part of the Gallery Towns development, just like the first and second abodes listed above. With a cost of $845,363 and $153 monthly HOA dues, this townhome comes with three bedrooms and four bathrooms.

↑ This newly constructed townhome at 1028 Perry Street NE might just be the smartest choice of all the single-family homes on this list, or at least it has the most smart technology. Expect Nest thermostats, smart lighting, a video doorbell, and energy-saving LED lighting.

For $799,990, this four-bedroom, four-bathroom unit is the last listing available in the Perry Row development, which finished construction this past year.

↑ For $799,900, you can nab this five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom single-family home at 1110 Hamlin Street NE. While last on the list, it has the most space, measuring 2,284 square feet. While the biggest, it's also the oldest. It was built in the 1950s.

This listing first landed on the market in September 2015 with a $959,200 ask. Since then, it has dropped to the current price of $799,900. To help with the mortgage, the next homebuyer will have the option to rent out the lower level with help from its bedroom, bathroom, and private entry.