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Mapping the 10 Most Expensive Homes for Sale Near U Street

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While known for its music hall and nightclubs, U Street is vibrant, artistic, and apparently very pricey. U Street Corridor experienced a 38 percent increase in median sale price for Q3 in 2014, so some of these prices may be a little surprising for anyone looking to live a little closer to U Street Metro. In order from most expensive to least expensive, here is a map of the 10 priciest homes on the market near U Street.

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1931 12th Street

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Asking price: $1,849,000
Size: 3,305-square-feet
Price per square foot: $559
The skinny: We've written about this listing before, but we're happy to do it again. With large art pieces on the walls as well as a mural, this home resembles an art gallery. Other highlights include oak flooring throughout and a balcony.

2200 12th Street

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Asking price: $1,800,000
Size: 2,240-square-feet
Price per square foot: $804
The skinny: This three-bedroom home has bay windows, a fireplace, a walk-in closet, and an excellently elegant living room.

1013 V Street

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Asking price: $1,800,000
Size: 2,240-square-feet
Price per square foot: $804
The skinny: This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom townhome has bay windows, a fireplace, and a whirlpool tub. It includes off-street parking for two cars.

1931 12th Street

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Asking price: $1,695,000
Size: 3,325-square-feet
Price per square foot: $510
The skinny: With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, this loft is the biggest in this list. Built last year, this home is contemporary and is updated with appliances like a Bosch gas range with a hood and a Lieberr fridge. Also, if you happen to need a shower with space for three people, look no further.

1443 S Street

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Asking price: $1,195,000
Size: 1,586-square-feet
Price per square foot: $753
The skinny: Have a sunny disposition? This two-bedroom apartment has eight skylights and a lot of windows, making it perfect for some sunbathing. As one of the most expensive homes on the U Street market, it has been on the market for quite a while (over 130 days!) and has experienced a $100,000 decrease in price in September.

2330 13th Street

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Asking price: $1,150,000
Size: 1,760-square-feet
Price per square foot: $653
The skinny: With a patio and a spacious roof deck, this three-bedroom townhome is all decked out with an expansive yard, exposed brick walls, and high ceilings with recessed lighting.

1917 13th Street

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Asking price: $775,000
Size: 1,453-square-feet
Price per square foot: $533
The skinny: Feeling lucky? Then take a look inside this two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment. This home has French doors, atrium windows, and a spiral staircase to the second floor.

946 S Street

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Asking price: $725,000
Size: 1,380-square-feet
Price per square foot: $525
The skinny: We're unsure of if the blurry photos in this three-bedroom townhome give justice to why this townhome is so pricey. Regardless, it's described in the listing as a "renovation opportunity," so if someone is looking to flip a home, here's an option.

2100 11th Street

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Asking price: $639,000
Size: 1,315-square-feet
Price per square foot: $486
The skinny: This one-bedroom den comes with a private patio and garage parking. Feel free to bring your cat or dog along because this home is pet-friendly. It includes 10-foot-high ceilings, hardwood flooring throughout, and $658 monthly HOA dues.

1318 W Street

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Asking price: $539,000
Size: 845-square-feet
Price per square foot: $638
The skinny: This grey building looks pretty bleak on the outside, but it is glowing on the inside with 845-square-feet of high ceilings, a large living room, and eco-friendly cork floors.

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1931 12th Street

Asking price: $1,849,000
Size: 3,305-square-feet
Price per square foot: $559
The skinny: We've written about this listing before, but we're happy to do it again. With large art pieces on the walls as well as a mural, this home resembles an art gallery. Other highlights include oak flooring throughout and a balcony.

2200 12th Street

Asking price: $1,800,000
Size: 2,240-square-feet
Price per square foot: $804
The skinny: This three-bedroom home has bay windows, a fireplace, a walk-in closet, and an excellently elegant living room.

1013 V Street

Asking price: $1,800,000
Size: 2,240-square-feet
Price per square foot: $804
The skinny: This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom townhome has bay windows, a fireplace, and a whirlpool tub. It includes off-street parking for two cars.

1931 12th Street

Asking price: $1,695,000
Size: 3,325-square-feet
Price per square foot: $510
The skinny: With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, this loft is the biggest in this list. Built last year, this home is contemporary and is updated with appliances like a Bosch gas range with a hood and a Lieberr fridge. Also, if you happen to need a shower with space for three people, look no further.

1443 S Street

Asking price: $1,195,000
Size: 1,586-square-feet
Price per square foot: $753
The skinny: Have a sunny disposition? This two-bedroom apartment has eight skylights and a lot of windows, making it perfect for some sunbathing. As one of the most expensive homes on the U Street market, it has been on the market for quite a while (over 130 days!) and has experienced a $100,000 decrease in price in September.

2330 13th Street

Asking price: $1,150,000
Size: 1,760-square-feet
Price per square foot: $653
The skinny: With a patio and a spacious roof deck, this three-bedroom townhome is all decked out with an expansive yard, exposed brick walls, and high ceilings with recessed lighting.

1917 13th Street

Asking price: $775,000
Size: 1,453-square-feet
Price per square foot: $533
The skinny: Feeling lucky? Then take a look inside this two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment. This home has French doors, atrium windows, and a spiral staircase to the second floor.

946 S Street

Asking price: $725,000
Size: 1,380-square-feet
Price per square foot: $525
The skinny: We're unsure of if the blurry photos in this three-bedroom townhome give justice to why this townhome is so pricey. Regardless, it's described in the listing as a "renovation opportunity," so if someone is looking to flip a home, here's an option.

2100 11th Street

Asking price: $639,000
Size: 1,315-square-feet
Price per square foot: $486
The skinny: This one-bedroom den comes with a private patio and garage parking. Feel free to bring your cat or dog along because this home is pet-friendly. It includes 10-foot-high ceilings, hardwood flooring throughout, and $658 monthly HOA dues.

1318 W Street

Asking price: $539,000
Size: 845-square-feet
Price per square foot: $638
The skinny: This grey building looks pretty bleak on the outside, but it is glowing on the inside with 845-square-feet of high ceilings, a large living room, and eco-friendly cork floors.