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The 10 Tiniest Homes You Can Buy in Washington, D.C.

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All across the Curbed-iverse, we are celebrating homes that are as small as they are precious with the first ever Micro Week. This week celebrates small living that is becoming more and more popular around the nation. With this map, Curbed DC takes a look at the 10 smallest homes on the market in our nation's capital. While the size of the homes may surprise you, the prices may shock you with the most expensive home on the list being $289,900 for a 384-square-foot condo. While every home on the list is under 450-square-feet, you may be surprised to find that they provide exactly what you need without the claustrophobia.


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1. 1211 G Street SE

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1211 G Street Southeast #2
Washington, DC 20003

At 264-square-feet, this Capitol Hill condo is the smallest of the small listings on the market in Washington, D.C. It offers zero bedrooms and one bathroom for $224,900 and $96 monthly HOA dues.

2. 1901 16th Street NW

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1901 16th Street Northwest #101
Washington, DC 20009

With 334-square-feet and an asking price of $194,999, this condo comes to $584 per square. The listing only includes one photo and is described as being "perfect for the low maintenance home owner." If you're motivated to do some home improvement, take a look at this Old City #2 abode. Monthly maintenance comes to $323.

3. 1439 Euclid Street NW

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1439 Euclid Street Northwest #302
Washington, DC 20009

This Columbia Heights listing proves that great things do come in small packages. The home only features zero bedrooms and one bathroom, but as one of the cutest studios in this list, it may just make you fall in love with pull-down beds. Some of the highlights include a renovated kitchen with a breakfast bar and remote controlled custom ceiling lighting. The asking price is $205,000 with $245 monthly HOA dues.

4. 1701 16th Street NW

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1701 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

We didn't think it was possible, but this Logan Circle co-op proves that 365-square feet really is big enough to hold a party in. With plenty of seating space and an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, this listing is another example that you don't need to live large to live well. The asking price is $215,000 with $566 monthly HOA dues.

5. 739 Longfellow Street NW

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738 Longfellow Street Northwest #209
Washington, DC 20011

In Petworth, you can find the fifth smallest listing on the market at 373-square-feet. Some of the highlights inside include a washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and ceramic tiles in the bathroom. With zero bedrooms and one bathroom, the asking price is $115,000 with $209 monthly HOA dues.

6. 1700 Columbia Road NW

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406 Columbia Road Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

This 384-square-foot condo is still under development in Adams Morgan, but is on the market for $289,900 with $189 monthly HOA dues. From the renderings, it shows that the apartment features dark hardwood flooring throughout, large windows, high ceilings, and a shared rooftop. The listing offers zero bedrooms and one bathroom.

7. 105 6th Street SE

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105 6th Street Southeast #201
Washington, DC 20003

With zero bedrooms and one bathroom, this Capitol Hill condo is on the market with only 388-square-feet in tow. Despite its size, it's one of the most luxurious homes on this list with a walk-in shower, a spacious closet, and a pot rack. The asking price is $249,900 with $350 monthly HOA dues.

8. 2800 Wisconsin Avenue NW

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2800 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest #902
Washington, DC 20007

At 392-square-feet, this Observatory Circle condo comes with zero bedrooms and one bathroom. It features dark cabinetry in the kitchen, tiled flooring throughout, and a balcony. The asking price is $205,000 with $387 monthly HOA dues.

9. 1300 Massachusetts Avenue NW

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1300 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest #505
Washington, DC 20005

With 400-square-feet, this zero-bedroom, one-bathroom condo can be yours for $219,000 with $354 monthly HOA dues. Some of the highlights inside include hardwood flooring throughout and built-in bookshelves.

10. 1413 T Street NW

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1413 T Street Northwest #204
Washington, DC 20009

The tenth smallest home on the Washington, D.C. market is on U Street at 412-square-feet. This condo was recently upgraded and features hardwood flooring throughout, exposed brick walls, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and glass blocks. For $284,000 and $197 monthly HOA dues, this listing includes one bedroom and one bathroom.

1. 1211 G Street SE

1211 G Street Southeast #2, Washington, DC 20003

At 264-square-feet, this Capitol Hill condo is the smallest of the small listings on the market in Washington, D.C. It offers zero bedrooms and one bathroom for $224,900 and $96 monthly HOA dues.

1211 G Street Southeast #2
Washington, DC 20003

2. 1901 16th Street NW

1901 16th Street Northwest #101, Washington, DC 20009

With 334-square-feet and an asking price of $194,999, this condo comes to $584 per square. The listing only includes one photo and is described as being "perfect for the low maintenance home owner." If you're motivated to do some home improvement, take a look at this Old City #2 abode. Monthly maintenance comes to $323.

1901 16th Street Northwest #101
Washington, DC 20009

3. 1439 Euclid Street NW

1439 Euclid Street Northwest #302, Washington, DC 20009

This Columbia Heights listing proves that great things do come in small packages. The home only features zero bedrooms and one bathroom, but as one of the cutest studios in this list, it may just make you fall in love with pull-down beds. Some of the highlights include a renovated kitchen with a breakfast bar and remote controlled custom ceiling lighting. The asking price is $205,000 with $245 monthly HOA dues.

1439 Euclid Street Northwest #302
Washington, DC 20009

4. 1701 16th Street NW

1701 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

We didn't think it was possible, but this Logan Circle co-op proves that 365-square feet really is big enough to hold a party in. With plenty of seating space and an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, this listing is another example that you don't need to live large to live well. The asking price is $215,000 with $566 monthly HOA dues.

1701 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

5. 739 Longfellow Street NW

738 Longfellow Street Northwest #209, Washington, DC 20011

In Petworth, you can find the fifth smallest listing on the market at 373-square-feet. Some of the highlights inside include a washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and ceramic tiles in the bathroom. With zero bedrooms and one bathroom, the asking price is $115,000 with $209 monthly HOA dues.

738 Longfellow Street Northwest #209
Washington, DC 20011

6. 1700 Columbia Road NW

406 Columbia Road Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

This 384-square-foot condo is still under development in Adams Morgan, but is on the market for $289,900 with $189 monthly HOA dues. From the renderings, it shows that the apartment features dark hardwood flooring throughout, large windows, high ceilings, and a shared rooftop. The listing offers zero bedrooms and one bathroom.

406 Columbia Road Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

7. 105 6th Street SE

105 6th Street Southeast #201, Washington, DC 20003

With zero bedrooms and one bathroom, this Capitol Hill condo is on the market with only 388-square-feet in tow. Despite its size, it's one of the most luxurious homes on this list with a walk-in shower, a spacious closet, and a pot rack. The asking price is $249,900 with $350 monthly HOA dues.

105 6th Street Southeast #201
Washington, DC 20003

8. 2800 Wisconsin Avenue NW

2800 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest #902, Washington, DC 20007

At 392-square-feet, this Observatory Circle condo comes with zero bedrooms and one bathroom. It features dark cabinetry in the kitchen, tiled flooring throughout, and a balcony. The asking price is $205,000 with $387 monthly HOA dues.

2800 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest #902
Washington, DC 20007

9. 1300 Massachusetts Avenue NW

1300 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest #505, Washington, DC 20005

With 400-square-feet, this zero-bedroom, one-bathroom condo can be yours for $219,000 with $354 monthly HOA dues. Some of the highlights inside include hardwood flooring throughout and built-in bookshelves.

1300 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest #505
Washington, DC 20005

10. 1413 T Street NW

1413 T Street Northwest #204, Washington, DC 20009

The tenth smallest home on the Washington, D.C. market is on U Street at 412-square-feet. This condo was recently upgraded and features hardwood flooring throughout, exposed brick walls, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and glass blocks. For $284,000 and $197 monthly HOA dues, this listing includes one bedroom and one bathroom.

1413 T Street Northwest #204
Washington, DC 20009