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Mapping the 10 Cheapest Homes for Sale in Dupont Circle

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This map is for the people who get right down to the numbers first. The listing price of each of these zero-bedroom or one-bedroom condos are way below the listing price of the neighborhood's median $375,000. Each home has a few subtle, awkward tendencies, but maybe one will pass off as charming or – should we say – "unique"? In the end, these condos aren't the flashiest you'll find near Dupont Circle, but they're the cheapest, and sometimes all you need is a good commute.

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1. 1 Scott Circle

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1 Scott Circle Northwest
Washington, DC 20005

Asking price: $239,000
Size: 448 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $535
The skinny: Since there isn’t much room in the zero bedroom condo, the building offers “Xtra storage,” according to the listing. Sharing is caring anyway, so why not use the shared rooftop and some community laundry as well? Added to the asking price includes HOA dues for $407 per month.

2. 1727 Massachusetts Avenue

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1727 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20036

Asking price: $240,000
Size: 440 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $545
The skinny: This zero-bedroom condo has been on the market for over two weeks now with an added bonus of $401 monthly HOA dues. At 440-square-feet, the condo has a pretty good size walk-in closet, but the only entrance to the bathroom is through that closet, so be careful how much you put inside of it.

3. 1301 20th Street

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1301 20th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20036

Asking price: $244,000
Size: 502 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $486
The skinny: While the listing describes this zero-bedroom studio as “HUGE,” there isn’t enough space to put a dining table big enough for at least three people without it crossing into the bedroom. Or should I say living room? Hmm. Regardless, the location is pretty fantastic, being only two blocks away from the Dupont Circle metro. Features worth mentioning include the unfortunate-looking hardwood floors and the $508 monthly HOA dues.

4. 1 Scott Circle

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1 Scott Circle Northwest
Washington, DC 20005

Asking price: $249,000
Size: 518 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $481
The skinny: This one-bedroom condo has been on and off the market for the past two months, sometimes relisting the day it’s delisted. The listing price has dropped by $11,000, and currently has $452 monthly HOA dues. Now, if you’re in need of a good amount of closet space in your abode, the walk-in closet and a foyer closet are pretty spacious for what the price gets you. Also, be sure to note the Fanta orange-painted walls.

5. 1725 17th Street

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1725 17th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $249,000
Size: 480 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $521
The skinny: Pretty rustic and also pretty cramped, be careful to go through the kitchen with more than one person or else someone’s going to get trapped. Since this zero-bedroom condo was listed in September, the price has dropped by almost $20,000. Be sure to note the $486 monthly HOA dues as well as the co-op fee that includes property taxes and utilities, but not electricity.

6. 1701 16th Street

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1701 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $275,000
Size: 575 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $478
The skinny: The refreshingly high ceilings at 10-feet-high are a nice touch, but the kitchen is awkwardly placed in the living room like some unwanted guest. The highlights of this cat-friendly, one-bedroom condo include the washer and dryer, shared rooftop deck, gym, and rear courtyard. The total monthly co-op fee totals to $964.43, not including electric.

7. 1939 17th Street

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1939 17th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $275,000
Size: 420 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $655
The skinny: The price of this pet-friendly one-bedroom condo has lowered two times to a total of roughly $20,000 since it went on the market last month and has the lowest HOA dues in this post with $136 per month. It’s described as a “starter home” in the listing, so feel free to make with that what you will.

8. 2001 16th Street

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2001 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $299,000
Size: 540 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $554
The skinny: This pet-friendly, one-bedroom condo was renovated last year. Despite that, the bedroom is fairly cramped, so you’ll only be able to fit your bed and nightstand. The HOA dues are $242 per month.

9. 1701 16th Street

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1701 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $299,000
Size: 667 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $450
The skinny: This one-bedroom condo is the largest and most expensive listing out of all of the above listed condos with 667-square-feet and a $737 monthly HOA dues. If you want to skip the numbers and get right to the details, though, this condo is definitely on the charming side with baseboard molding, crown molding, and a kitchen with granite countertops and an island.

1. 1 Scott Circle

1 Scott Circle Northwest, Washington, DC 20005

Asking price: $239,000
Size: 448 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $535
The skinny: Since there isn’t much room in the zero bedroom condo, the building offers “Xtra storage,” according to the listing. Sharing is caring anyway, so why not use the shared rooftop and some community laundry as well? Added to the asking price includes HOA dues for $407 per month.

1 Scott Circle Northwest
Washington, DC 20005

2. 1727 Massachusetts Avenue

1727 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20036

Asking price: $240,000
Size: 440 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $545
The skinny: This zero-bedroom condo has been on the market for over two weeks now with an added bonus of $401 monthly HOA dues. At 440-square-feet, the condo has a pretty good size walk-in closet, but the only entrance to the bathroom is through that closet, so be careful how much you put inside of it.

1727 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20036

3. 1301 20th Street

1301 20th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20036

Asking price: $244,000
Size: 502 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $486
The skinny: While the listing describes this zero-bedroom studio as “HUGE,” there isn’t enough space to put a dining table big enough for at least three people without it crossing into the bedroom. Or should I say living room? Hmm. Regardless, the location is pretty fantastic, being only two blocks away from the Dupont Circle metro. Features worth mentioning include the unfortunate-looking hardwood floors and the $508 monthly HOA dues.

1301 20th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20036

4. 1 Scott Circle

1 Scott Circle Northwest, Washington, DC 20005

Asking price: $249,000
Size: 518 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $481
The skinny: This one-bedroom condo has been on and off the market for the past two months, sometimes relisting the day it’s delisted. The listing price has dropped by $11,000, and currently has $452 monthly HOA dues. Now, if you’re in need of a good amount of closet space in your abode, the walk-in closet and a foyer closet are pretty spacious for what the price gets you. Also, be sure to note the Fanta orange-painted walls.

1 Scott Circle Northwest
Washington, DC 20005

5. 1725 17th Street

1725 17th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $249,000
Size: 480 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $521
The skinny: Pretty rustic and also pretty cramped, be careful to go through the kitchen with more than one person or else someone’s going to get trapped. Since this zero-bedroom condo was listed in September, the price has dropped by almost $20,000. Be sure to note the $486 monthly HOA dues as well as the co-op fee that includes property taxes and utilities, but not electricity.

1725 17th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

6. 1701 16th Street

1701 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $275,000
Size: 575 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $478
The skinny: The refreshingly high ceilings at 10-feet-high are a nice touch, but the kitchen is awkwardly placed in the living room like some unwanted guest. The highlights of this cat-friendly, one-bedroom condo include the washer and dryer, shared rooftop deck, gym, and rear courtyard. The total monthly co-op fee totals to $964.43, not including electric.

1701 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

7. 1939 17th Street

1939 17th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $275,000
Size: 420 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $655
The skinny: The price of this pet-friendly one-bedroom condo has lowered two times to a total of roughly $20,000 since it went on the market last month and has the lowest HOA dues in this post with $136 per month. It’s described as a “starter home” in the listing, so feel free to make with that what you will.

1939 17th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

8. 2001 16th Street

2001 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $299,000
Size: 540 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $554
The skinny: This pet-friendly, one-bedroom condo was renovated last year. Despite that, the bedroom is fairly cramped, so you’ll only be able to fit your bed and nightstand. The HOA dues are $242 per month.

2001 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

9. 1701 16th Street

1701 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

Asking price: $299,000
Size: 667 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $450
The skinny: This one-bedroom condo is the largest and most expensive listing out of all of the above listed condos with 667-square-feet and a $737 monthly HOA dues. If you want to skip the numbers and get right to the details, though, this condo is definitely on the charming side with baseboard molding, crown molding, and a kitchen with granite countertops and an island.

1701 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009