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Mapping The 10 Least Expensive Homes In The Atlas District

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Can enough really be said about H Street? Yes, probably. But that doesn't matter because there are 10 awesome, (mostly) affordable pads in hot hood that many head to on the weekends. Once the much-touted H Street trolley/light rail/not a Metro is built, the area will be even more accessible to the parades of NW hipsters who are ready to colonize this NE nabe. But if inventory remains a problem and prices continue to climb north of $1M, then young adults in skinny jeans and extra large glasses could give way to the yuppier set with Range Rovers and retirement accounts.

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1. $460,000

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1359 Florida Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Boom. Just hit the market. Double boom. Turn-key ready. Triple boom. Beautiful built-ins. This two bedroom end-unit row house has style and panache. And a decent price.

2. $525,000

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1239 I Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this renovation shows well on the outside. Unfortunately, there aren't any interior pics to let us know what we're missing.

3. $549,900

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215 I Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Landmark Lofts at the western edge of Atlas is certainly a landmark. This one bedroom, one bath unit may be a bit pricey ($700 per sq. ft.). But for that price, you get a lot of style.

4. $589,999

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1229 Linden Place Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

And here's a FSBO. With two bedrooms and one bathroom (plus change), the abode has a backyard "perfect for outdoor living".

5. $625,000

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725 11th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Want to live in the "heart of H Street"? For 625 G's, that could be a reality. The two bedroom, two bath home has been on the market for about five months. It ain't a short sale, but it just may be "too cute".

6. $735,000

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608 G Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

It's an estate sale! The three level home has lots to offer and has a sad backyard that needs some TLC. And one commenter did say that a lot of work is needed on the abode.

7. $739,000

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608 5th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Dropping onto the market less than a week ago, the pad has three bedrooms, pine floors, off-street parking, and "many period details".

8. $779,950

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1101 Florida Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

For those who want an investment on their hands, here's a opportunity to own a home from the time of Lincoln. It has five units and a carriage house. Sounds like plenty of rental income.

9. $1,250,000

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727 6th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Inventory is still a problem along the H Street Corridor, so even something north of $1M classifies as "least expensive". There are five bedrooms and just as many bathrooms (plus a half bath). And the backyard can only be described as an "oasis".

10. $1,450,000

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215 I Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

And we're back where we started. Kind of. Just like listing #3, this is in Landmark Lofts. The three bedroom, three bath condo is uber luxe. But there are no takers since it's been on the market for 460 (and change) days. The price was reduced $145,000 back in January. Fingers crossed.

1. $460,000

1359 Florida Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Boom. Just hit the market. Double boom. Turn-key ready. Triple boom. Beautiful built-ins. This two bedroom end-unit row house has style and panache. And a decent price.

1359 Florida Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

2. $525,000

1239 I Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this renovation shows well on the outside. Unfortunately, there aren't any interior pics to let us know what we're missing.

1239 I Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

3. $549,900

215 I Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Landmark Lofts at the western edge of Atlas is certainly a landmark. This one bedroom, one bath unit may be a bit pricey ($700 per sq. ft.). But for that price, you get a lot of style.

215 I Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

4. $589,999

1229 Linden Place Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

And here's a FSBO. With two bedrooms and one bathroom (plus change), the abode has a backyard "perfect for outdoor living".

1229 Linden Place Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

5. $625,000

725 11th Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Want to live in the "heart of H Street"? For 625 G's, that could be a reality. The two bedroom, two bath home has been on the market for about five months. It ain't a short sale, but it just may be "too cute".

725 11th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

6. $735,000

608 G Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

It's an estate sale! The three level home has lots to offer and has a sad backyard that needs some TLC. And one commenter did say that a lot of work is needed on the abode.

608 G Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

7. $739,000

608 5th Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Dropping onto the market less than a week ago, the pad has three bedrooms, pine floors, off-street parking, and "many period details".

608 5th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

8. $779,950

1101 Florida Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

For those who want an investment on their hands, here's a opportunity to own a home from the time of Lincoln. It has five units and a carriage house. Sounds like plenty of rental income.

1101 Florida Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

9. $1,250,000

727 6th Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Inventory is still a problem along the H Street Corridor, so even something north of $1M classifies as "least expensive". There are five bedrooms and just as many bathrooms (plus a half bath). And the backyard can only be described as an "oasis".

727 6th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

10. $1,450,000

215 I Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

And we're back where we started. Kind of. Just like listing #3, this is in Landmark Lofts. The three bedroom, three bath condo is uber luxe. But there are no takers since it's been on the market for 460 (and change) days. The price was reduced $145,000 back in January. Fingers crossed.

215 I Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002