Welcome to a semi-regular feature, Price Points, in which we pick a relatively low asking price and a type of home, then scour Redfin to find the best available options around the city. Today's task: listings asking less than $3 million.
What makes a home better than all of the others? Is it the location? Or maybe it's whether or not the foyer is just stunning enough. Either way, Curbed has listed the prettiest and priciest homes on the market, between $2 and $3 million. From most to least expensive, these properties include a Kent single-family home with custom millwork to a renovated Spring Valley listing with a curved staircase.
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↑ In Kent, this five-bedroom single-family home just barely makes the cut for this list with an asking price of $2.995 million. Inside, homebuyers will discover custom millwork, an elevator, and an upper level laundry room. Other highlights include a two-car garage, fireplace, and high-end stainless steel appliances.
↑ For $2.995 million, homebuyers can buy this Kalorama townhome with four bedrooms. According to the listing, it is newly renovated. Some of the most stunning features include the glass doors that lead to a southern terrace, built-ins, and wall paneling.
↑ This renovated semi-detached single-family home is located in Georgetown. It was last sold in May 2015 for $1.6 million and is now back for $2.995 million. The listing states that this four-bedroom property has been completely redesigned with an open floor plan and a formal living and dining room. "Everything is brand new," it says.
↑ Next on the list is this renovated Kalorama townhome. Along with four bedrooms, it also offers a one-car garage, porch, and rear private terrace. If the checkered flooring in the foyer doesn't charm homebuyers, the bay window and soaring ceilings should. The asking price totals $2.895 million, one million more than when it last sold in September 2013.
↑ For $2.499 million, this Spring Valley single-family home is up for grabs with five bedrooms, heated marble floors, high-end stainless steel appliances, and a three-step terrace. In the sunny master bedroom, homebuyers can also enjoy a curved tray ceiling and a balcony. The fully finished lower level features brick accent walls and a wet bar.
↑ Anyone need an interior design details that really make their home pop? This five-bedroom Forest Hills single-family home comes with coffered ceilings, tray ceilings, and colorful walls. With an asking price of $2.495 million, this property is the largest unit on this list, measuring 6,000 square feet. The lot is also pretty spacious with over 8,250 square feet of space.
↑ A homebuyer's first impression of this Spring Valley single-family home when they walk through the front door might be something along the lines of, "Woah." Along with a curved staircase, the foyer in this listing features high ceilings, base molding, and a rather unique light fixture. Other more notable aspects about this seven bedrooms listing include that it has been extensively renovated with new windows and updated bathrooms. It also comes with two porches for those who need lots of space in the great outdoors. The listing asks a total of $2.295 million.
↑ Finally, this Chevy Chase semi-detached home is a definite must see for those looking for homes between $2 and $3 million. This five-bedroom abode is asking $2.095 million with custom millwork, a front porch, and a close location to the Metro. There is crown molding and hardwood flooring throughout.