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The Ten Least Expensive Homes For Sale in Trinidad/Eckington

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The 20002 zip code encompasses a large chunk of Northeast D.C. running from Capitol Hill to Brentwood. As such, the current listings available in that area run the gamut from $100K studio to $6.9M crazy mansion. But with the magnifying glass solely on the Trinidad and Eckington neighborhoods, it's possible to find several condos and even a few houses below the $300K mark. We've mapped the ten least expensive properties for those on a budget contemplating a move to Northeast.

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Eckington Basement Efficiency

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Asking price: $100K
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath efficiency, 300 square feet
HOA dues: $195/month
The skinny: With the Columbia Heights bachelor efficiency off the market, this may be the best deal on in the city on a small apartment and this one actually has a rather nice fridge. Keep in mind, this unit was foreclosed late last year and has gone under contract twice since then.

1BR Eckington Condo

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Asking price: $122,700
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 411 square feet
HOA dues: $142/month
The skinny: This bottom floor condo has been on the market since 2011 and asked as low as $85,000 in the past. Still, the washing machine is in the kitchen, which is a plus. This one is available for short sale.

1BR Trinidad Condo

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Asking price: $130,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 692 square feet
HOA dues: $180/month
The skinny: The price per square foot actually drops heading into Trinidad and there's a back porch available to boot. The trade off is that there's ostensibly no washer/dryer in this homey looking condo with stainless steel kitchen appliances.

2BR Trinidad Condo

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Asking price: $150,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 859 square feet
HOA dues: $200/month
The skinny: This condo has only been on the market since October but it sold in 2010 for almost $100K more than it's asking now. There are no interior photos to actually show off the granite countertops and large closets, so there's probably a story there.

1BR Eckington Condo

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Asking price: $171,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 500 square feet
HOA dues: $199/month
The skinny: There are actually three identically sized and priced one bedrooms available in this building. There's also a larger two bedroom available at $280K and a one bedroom in a different part of the building available for $230K. If this building looks familiar, you may recognize it as having the winning condo from last week's Real Estate Death Match.

2 BR Trinidad Condo

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Asking price: $201,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 820 square feet
HOA dues: $206/month
The skinny: Here's a nice selling point for something not terribly close to the Red Line: a parking space. There's also additional storage in the basement if the 820 square feet isn't enough to hold all your stuff. There's an open house for this two bedroom at Queen Street Condos this Sunday from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

2 BR Trinidad Condo

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Asking price: $214,900
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, 750 square feet
HOA dues: $150/month
The skinny: One of the more colorful condos listed has a personal deck and much better natural lighting. The listing suggests using the second bedroom as an office, probably in case sharing the lone bathroom is potentially disappointing.

1BR Trinidad Condo

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Asking price: $250,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 725 square feet
HOA dues: $165/month
The skinny: Maybe it's the artwork, maybe it's the nifty furnishings and maybe it's the ability to see the living room from the kitchen, but this condo just seems particularly nice. Also, there's a back porch and a private parking space that's off the street. Don't let this boring brick facade deceive you.

2BR Trinidad Rowhouse

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Asking price: $275,000
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, 840 square feet
HOA dues: N/A
The skinny: Yes, one of the least expensive properties in these two Northeast nabes is a rowhouse! If you're a car owner, the only option here is street parking, but the streetcar will only be three blocks away once it's finally completed.

2BR Trinidad Rowhouse

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Asking price: $285,000
Size: 2-bed, 1.5-bath, 768 square feet
HOA dues: N/A
The skinny: This one makes no bones about the fact that it's a fixer-upper being sold as is. Also, with no interior photos, we only know that it's a three story home near the H Street amenities with cute landscaping in the front yard.

Eckington Basement Efficiency

Asking price: $100K
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath efficiency, 300 square feet
HOA dues: $195/month
The skinny: With the Columbia Heights bachelor efficiency off the market, this may be the best deal on in the city on a small apartment and this one actually has a rather nice fridge. Keep in mind, this unit was foreclosed late last year and has gone under contract twice since then.

1BR Eckington Condo

Asking price: $122,700
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 411 square feet
HOA dues: $142/month
The skinny: This bottom floor condo has been on the market since 2011 and asked as low as $85,000 in the past. Still, the washing machine is in the kitchen, which is a plus. This one is available for short sale.

1BR Trinidad Condo

Asking price: $130,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 692 square feet
HOA dues: $180/month
The skinny: The price per square foot actually drops heading into Trinidad and there's a back porch available to boot. The trade off is that there's ostensibly no washer/dryer in this homey looking condo with stainless steel kitchen appliances.

2BR Trinidad Condo

Asking price: $150,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 859 square feet
HOA dues: $200/month
The skinny: This condo has only been on the market since October but it sold in 2010 for almost $100K more than it's asking now. There are no interior photos to actually show off the granite countertops and large closets, so there's probably a story there.

1BR Eckington Condo

Asking price: $171,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 500 square feet
HOA dues: $199/month
The skinny: There are actually three identically sized and priced one bedrooms available in this building. There's also a larger two bedroom available at $280K and a one bedroom in a different part of the building available for $230K. If this building looks familiar, you may recognize it as having the winning condo from last week's Real Estate Death Match.

2 BR Trinidad Condo

Asking price: $201,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 820 square feet
HOA dues: $206/month
The skinny: Here's a nice selling point for something not terribly close to the Red Line: a parking space. There's also additional storage in the basement if the 820 square feet isn't enough to hold all your stuff. There's an open house for this two bedroom at Queen Street Condos this Sunday from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

2 BR Trinidad Condo

Asking price: $214,900
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, 750 square feet
HOA dues: $150/month
The skinny: One of the more colorful condos listed has a personal deck and much better natural lighting. The listing suggests using the second bedroom as an office, probably in case sharing the lone bathroom is potentially disappointing.

1BR Trinidad Condo

Asking price: $250,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 725 square feet
HOA dues: $165/month
The skinny: Maybe it's the artwork, maybe it's the nifty furnishings and maybe it's the ability to see the living room from the kitchen, but this condo just seems particularly nice. Also, there's a back porch and a private parking space that's off the street. Don't let this boring brick facade deceive you.

2BR Trinidad Rowhouse

Asking price: $275,000
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, 840 square feet
HOA dues: N/A
The skinny: Yes, one of the least expensive properties in these two Northeast nabes is a rowhouse! If you're a car owner, the only option here is street parking, but the streetcar will only be three blocks away once it's finally completed.

2BR Trinidad Rowhouse

Asking price: $285,000
Size: 2-bed, 1.5-bath, 768 square feet
HOA dues: N/A
The skinny: This one makes no bones about the fact that it's a fixer-upper being sold as is. Also, with no interior photos, we only know that it's a three story home near the H Street amenities with cute landscaping in the front yard.