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Here are Columbia Heights' 5 Most Expensive Homes

From a 100-year-old townhome to a modern condo

Everything is within walking distance in Columbia Heights — retail, restaurants, bars, even multi-million dollar homes. Below, Curbed has listed the top five priciest listings currently on the market in the Northwest neighborhood, from a 100-year-old townhome to a modern condo that is getting cheaper and cheaper every few weeks.

↑ The most expensive home on the Columbia Heights market is currently this $2.6 million townhome at 1300 Fairmont Street NW. According to the listing, the c. 1900-built property is known as the The Fairmont House and recently completed a multi-year restoration. The entire home spans 5,000 square feet with five levels and five bedrooms across them.

↑ At 1469 Florida Avenue NW, this detached single-family home comes with seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, and an asking price of $1.45 million. With so much space, the homeowner can easily rent a unit or two.

Apartment 1 at 2331 15th Street NW is up for grabs with a large price reduction. Originally, this two-bedroom listing landed on the market January 21, 2016 for $1,399,900. Since then, it has gotten two price chops, lowering it to the current $1,299,900.

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↑ An unspecified unit at 2331 15th Street NW is also for sale for $1,249,900. This listing is located right across the street from Meridian Hill Park and comes with two bedrooms and 1,475 square feet of space.

↑ The final unit on this list is another condo at 2331 15th Street NW, Apartment 2. Similarly to the previous listings, this unit has experienced numerous price chops since it was listed for sale. First listed in November 2015 for $1.46 million, it is now on the market for $1,249,900. Despite the chops, expect top-of-the-line finishes and appliances throughout.