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Properties Where Its Possible To Catch A Bryce Harper Homer

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Despite the still cold-ish weather, it's spring and that means baseball season has commenced. With Bryce Harper getting the Nats a good start to the season, here are high hopes for 2013! And like those high hopes come for a World Series victory, baseball often means higher real estate prices, as The Atlantic Cities covered last week. The Navy Yard is booming and major developments are in the pipeline as the SE/SW nabe comes to life even when a game isn't happening. Check out these pads where catching a Nats game is uber easy.


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1. $149,000

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1301 Delaware Avenue Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

The exterior may be uninspiring, but the price for the one bedroom River Park co-op leaves plenty of room for inspiration. Just take into account the monthly fees of $562 per month.

2. $235,000

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1245 4th Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

This one bedroom coop has been on the market for almost four months. Looking for a little real estate love, the condo comes with views and easy Metro access. The monthly fees run at $825.

3. $280,000

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74 Q Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

This listing certainly ain't sexy. Especially with that Google map point hanging out in the front yard. This is a two unit building with current occupants.

4. $280,000

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1101 3rd Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

Another listing for 280 G's, this is for those who want to live in a building designed by a starchitect. Designed by mastermind I.M. Pei of international fame, including the Louvre Pyramid and Honk Kong's Bank of China Tower to name a few, this one bedroom listing is contemporary through and through.

5. $349,000

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355 I Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

New to the market is another one bedroom condo that's on the building's top floor. There's plenty of light, and apparently the morning sun is super friendly. The monthly HOAs are a manageable $298.

6. $359,900

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1025 1st Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

It's so pretty and so new! The one bathroom studio is in a newly built development that more than 80% sold. This listing has been on the market for about 4 months. May not be there for too much longer.

7. $399,000

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430 M Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

This two bedroom coop in the Tiber Island development has plenty of space and plenty of perks for not a lot of dough. Monthly fees are $375.

8. $419,900

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1435 4th Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

The listing pics could use some work, but that doesn't mean this place ain't worth looking at. This Riverside condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. But there's a bit of sticker shock because the monthly fees are $1,220!

9. $455,000

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700 7th Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

The three bedroom, two bath condo dropped on the market less than two weeks ago. A civil and social rights activist named Dorothy Height made this her residence so there's a bit of history in this unit. The building has lots of amenities, which it needs to justify $1,092 in monthly fees.

10. $475,000

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206 G Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

For those less inclined to multi-unit living and more of the townhouse persuasion, rest assured because SW has that option too. While the choice of paint colors is less than ideal, the interior is in solid condition.

1. $149,000

1301 Delaware Avenue Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

The exterior may be uninspiring, but the price for the one bedroom River Park co-op leaves plenty of room for inspiration. Just take into account the monthly fees of $562 per month.

1301 Delaware Avenue Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

2. $235,000

1245 4th Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

This one bedroom coop has been on the market for almost four months. Looking for a little real estate love, the condo comes with views and easy Metro access. The monthly fees run at $825.

1245 4th Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

3. $280,000

74 Q Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

This listing certainly ain't sexy. Especially with that Google map point hanging out in the front yard. This is a two unit building with current occupants.

74 Q Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

4. $280,000

1101 3rd Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

Another listing for 280 G's, this is for those who want to live in a building designed by a starchitect. Designed by mastermind I.M. Pei of international fame, including the Louvre Pyramid and Honk Kong's Bank of China Tower to name a few, this one bedroom listing is contemporary through and through.

1101 3rd Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

5. $349,000

355 I Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

New to the market is another one bedroom condo that's on the building's top floor. There's plenty of light, and apparently the morning sun is super friendly. The monthly HOAs are a manageable $298.

355 I Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

6. $359,900

1025 1st Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003

It's so pretty and so new! The one bathroom studio is in a newly built development that more than 80% sold. This listing has been on the market for about 4 months. May not be there for too much longer.

1025 1st Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

7. $399,000

430 M Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

This two bedroom coop in the Tiber Island development has plenty of space and plenty of perks for not a lot of dough. Monthly fees are $375.

430 M Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

8. $419,900

1435 4th Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

The listing pics could use some work, but that doesn't mean this place ain't worth looking at. This Riverside condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. But there's a bit of sticker shock because the monthly fees are $1,220!

1435 4th Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

9. $455,000

700 7th Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

The three bedroom, two bath condo dropped on the market less than two weeks ago. A civil and social rights activist named Dorothy Height made this her residence so there's a bit of history in this unit. The building has lots of amenities, which it needs to justify $1,092 in monthly fees.

700 7th Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024

10. $475,000

206 G Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024

For those less inclined to multi-unit living and more of the townhouse persuasion, rest assured because SW has that option too. While the choice of paint colors is less than ideal, the interior is in solid condition.

206 G Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024