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D.C.’s 10 smallest single-family homes for sale

From 572 square feet up to 800 square feet

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Those who love everything itty bitty are sure to enjoy these properties in Washington, D.C. They’re certainly not tiny homes, but they’re still not quite big enough to be deemed typical for a single-family home in the city.

By August 22, NeighborhoodX compiled for Curbed DC the city’s smallest houses for sale, which have been mapped in order of smallest to largest. The listings range from 572 square feet up to 800 square feet with prices that start at $200,000 and end at $850,000.

If interested in seeing a bar graph that compares the smallest homes currently for sale, check out this graph created by NeighborhoodX.

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1. 4343 Dix Street NE

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4343 Dix St NE
Washington, DC 20019

$140,000

This small single-family home only spans 572 square feet. It features one bedroom and one bathroom across two levels of space. Inside, there is hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, and a finished basement. According to the listing, it was constructed in 1924.

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2. 2609 Wade Road SE

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2609 Wade Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020

$241,500

This estate sale needs some renovations before it can be liveable, according to the listing. Currently, there are four bedrooms and two bedrooms across the listing’s 638 square feet of space. There are no photos of the inside of the listing currently available.

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3. 2704 P Street NW

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2704 P St NW
Washington, DC 20007

$850,000

This 650-square-foot Georgetown home is the most expensive property on this list. Besides being in a fairly popular and quaint neighborhood, what makes this three-bedroom, two-bathroom listing so expensive is that it offers four renovated, finished levels and a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a backsplash, and quartz countertops.

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4. 3815 1st Street SE

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3815 1st St SE
Washington, DC 20032

$235,000

Buyers of this 704-square-foot Congress Heights home have the option to either renovate it or tear it down. The two-bedroom, one-bathroom listing offers both street and rear parking as well as a spacious backyard. The inside is a little rough with walls that need to be painted and floors that should be refinished. It first landed on the market in July 2017 and recently underwent a price chop that dropped it by $10,000.

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5. 1100 Anacostia Road SE

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1100 Anacostia Rd SE
Washington, DC 20019

$429,900

For sure, this has to be one of the best designed homes on this list. While dating back to 1942, it has been totally renovated with stainless steel appliances, updated bathrooms, and a rear deck perfect for entertaining in. The lower level also offers a second kitchen. There are a total of three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms across the property’s 750 square feet of space.

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6. 808 Alabama Avenue SE

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808 Alabama Ave SE
Washington, DC 20032

$349,777

Spanning 756 square feet, this single-family home is fairly small, but still is a “great investment,” according to the listing. While this home has five bedrooms, it only offers two bathrooms. There are no photos inside the listing available.

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7. 5513 Central Avenue SE

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5513 Central Ave SE
Washington, DC 20019

$245,000

This 800-square-foot property is being sold as-is. It comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a large backyard, fully finished basement with a laundry area, and “some updating” to the bathrooms and kitchen. The home first landed on the market in April 2017 for $260,000.

Photo via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

8. 5416 C Street SE

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5416 C St SE
Washington, DC 20019

$250,000

In Marshall Heights, homebuyers can nab this 800-square-foot townhome, built in 1947. Unfortunately, there are no photos inside, but the listing indicates that there are two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms.

Photo via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

9. 3436 24th Street SE

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3436 24th St SE
Washington, DC 20020

$230,000

Next up, in Randle Heights, this 800-square-foot, semi-detached home is on the market with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The back porch needs some work, but the inside doesn’t look so bad. The hardwood flooring looks in good shape. The kitchen on the other hand could use some updating.

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10. 4008 2nd Street SW

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4008 2nd St SW
Washington, DC 20032

$249,900

This “diamond in the rough,” as this listing describes itself, is being sold as-is. This is the only picture available, but more photos are expected to be uploaded at some point. With 800 square feet to spare, this listing offers two bedrooms and one bathroom.

Photo via Anacostia River Realty

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1. 4343 Dix Street NE

4343 Dix St NE, Washington, DC 20019
Photo via Real T Properties, Inc.

$140,000

This small single-family home only spans 572 square feet. It features one bedroom and one bathroom across two levels of space. Inside, there is hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, and a finished basement. According to the listing, it was constructed in 1924.

4343 Dix St NE
Washington, DC 20019

2. 2609 Wade Road SE

2609 Wade Rd SE, Washington, DC 20020
Photo via SRG Properties

$241,500

This estate sale needs some renovations before it can be liveable, according to the listing. Currently, there are four bedrooms and two bedrooms across the listing’s 638 square feet of space. There are no photos of the inside of the listing currently available.

2609 Wade Rd SE
Washington, DC 20020

3. 2704 P Street NW

2704 P St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Photo via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

$850,000

This 650-square-foot Georgetown home is the most expensive property on this list. Besides being in a fairly popular and quaint neighborhood, what makes this three-bedroom, two-bathroom listing so expensive is that it offers four renovated, finished levels and a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a backsplash, and quartz countertops.

2704 P St NW
Washington, DC 20007

4. 3815 1st Street SE

3815 1st St SE, Washington, DC 20032
Photo via Fairfax Realty, Inc.

$235,000

Buyers of this 704-square-foot Congress Heights home have the option to either renovate it or tear it down. The two-bedroom, one-bathroom listing offers both street and rear parking as well as a spacious backyard. The inside is a little rough with walls that need to be painted and floors that should be refinished. It first landed on the market in July 2017 and recently underwent a price chop that dropped it by $10,000.

3815 1st St SE
Washington, DC 20032

5. 1100 Anacostia Road SE

1100 Anacostia Rd SE, Washington, DC 20019
Photo via Jacknin LLC

$429,900

For sure, this has to be one of the best designed homes on this list. While dating back to 1942, it has been totally renovated with stainless steel appliances, updated bathrooms, and a rear deck perfect for entertaining in. The lower level also offers a second kitchen. There are a total of three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms across the property’s 750 square feet of space.

1100 Anacostia Rd SE
Washington, DC 20019

6. 808 Alabama Avenue SE

808 Alabama Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032
Photo via United Real Estate

$349,777

Spanning 756 square feet, this single-family home is fairly small, but still is a “great investment,” according to the listing. While this home has five bedrooms, it only offers two bathrooms. There are no photos inside the listing available.

808 Alabama Ave SE
Washington, DC 20032

7. 5513 Central Avenue SE

5513 Central Ave SE, Washington, DC 20019
Photo via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

$245,000

This 800-square-foot property is being sold as-is. It comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a large backyard, fully finished basement with a laundry area, and “some updating” to the bathrooms and kitchen. The home first landed on the market in April 2017 for $260,000.

5513 Central Ave SE
Washington, DC 20019

8. 5416 C Street SE

5416 C St SE, Washington, DC 20019
Photo via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

$250,000

In Marshall Heights, homebuyers can nab this 800-square-foot townhome, built in 1947. Unfortunately, there are no photos inside, but the listing indicates that there are two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms.

5416 C St SE
Washington, DC 20019

9. 3436 24th Street SE

3436 24th St SE, Washington, DC 20020
Photo via The Real Estate Store

$230,000

Next up, in Randle Heights, this 800-square-foot, semi-detached home is on the market with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The back porch needs some work, but the inside doesn’t look so bad. The hardwood flooring looks in good shape. The kitchen on the other hand could use some updating.

3436 24th St SE
Washington, DC 20020

10. 4008 2nd Street SW

4008 2nd St SW, Washington, DC 20032
Photo via Anacostia River Realty

$249,900

This “diamond in the rough,” as this listing describes itself, is being sold as-is. This is the only picture available, but more photos are expected to be uploaded at some point. With 800 square feet to spare, this listing offers two bedrooms and one bathroom.

4008 2nd St SW
Washington, DC 20032