Logan Circle is one of the most in-demand neighborhoods in D.C. right now. The neighborhood's condo offerings are regular winners on Real Estate Death Match and due to its proximity to hot new restaurants, retail and nightlife options, you voted 14th & P the most desirable intersection in the city. As such, some of the inexpensive options in Logan Circle are actually on the cheap side and others are about as affordable as those in neighboring Shaw. We've mapped the ten cheapest spots in Logan Circle that are currently on the market after the jump.Read More
The Ten Cheapest Places For Sale in Logan Circle Right Now
Studio in the Chastleton
Asking price: $193,000
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath studio apartment
Dollars Per Square Foot: N/A
The skinny: A Murphy bed inside of a seemingly mild-mannered dresser: this is the way to have a studio!
Studio in Town Terrace West
Asking price: $218,000
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath studio apartment, 411 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $530
The skinny: No Murphy bed in here, but at least this studio looks a little larger and it's in a pet-friendly building with a swimming pool and a roof deck. That said, what is the wisdom in sharing a studio with a large pet, exactly?
1BR Pied-A-Terre in Park Princess
Asking price: $339,500
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath pied a terre, 503 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $675
The skinny: Something about the red walls just adds the illusion of luxury, like Louboutins for a condo. Also, the utilities are included in the condo fee and the building has a roof deck if 503 square feet gets too cramped.
1BR Condo In Fennessy Lofts
Asking price: $349,555
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath condo, 500 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $699
The skinny: Don't let the building name fool you. This 1BR is definitely not a loft. It is a modern and clean space in a pet-friendly building, though.
First Floor 1BR Condo Conversion
Asking price: $359,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath condo, 550 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $653
The skinny: This rowhouse has been converted into condos and the lucky owner of this one gets the first floor. Pets are welcome here as well and everyone has access to the roof.
1BR Condo in Boyd Condo
Asking price: $399,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath condo, 650 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $614
The skinny: The television is dwarfed by the gas fireplace, so it's good to know the current owner has their priorities straight. Sadly, the artwork doesn't come along with the condo.
1BR Condo in Town Terrace East
Asking price: $399,500
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath condo, 900 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $444
The skinny: It's almost double the size of the studio next door and it's actually a better deal in terms of dollars per square foot. Plus this building has a rooftop pool and the condo includes walk-in closets.
Second Floor 2BR Condo Conversion
Asking price: $689,555
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath condo, 1,075 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $641
The skinny: Not all condo conversions are created equal. This old Victorian rowhouse had an elevator installed and the sliding doors leading to the patio look ultra-modern. No wonder the prices have suddenly spiked.
2BR Condo In The Iowa
Asking price: $699,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath condo, 1,040 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $672
The skinny: The exterior is fancy beaux arts, the natural light is impressive and although the kitchen is skinny, this is somehow one of the least expensive options in the neighborhood.
2BR Federal Rowhouse
Asking price: $719,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath rowhouse, 1,353 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $531
The skinny: WIth cool little corners of exposed brick and a front and back patio, this probably shouldn't be one of the ten most affordable properties in any neighborhood. But hey, Logan Circle is booming!