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The Ten Priciest Properties On The Market In Capitol Hill

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Capitol Hill definitely has a reputation for nice homesteads but surprisingly, not everything in the neighborhood is exorbitant. As such, the pricier properties might not always be single family homes. All of the most expensive buildings on the market in Capitol Hill are seven figures, but not all of them will necessarily stay that way once renovated or rented out. Take a look at the richer side of the Hill.

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1. 5BR Victorian Townhouse

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610 Maryland Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $2,595,000
Size: 5-bed, 5.5-bath townhouse, 6,000 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $432.50
The skinny: This townhouse is four stories high but don't worry, there's an elevator to make those climbs easier. But if you want to travel from the top smartly decorated floor to the roof deck, you're on your own.

2. 5BR Semi-Detached Renovation

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541 7th Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $2,495,000
Size: 5-bed, 6-bath townhouse, 4,870 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $512
The skinny: The unique facade recalls some sort of church steeple but nothing in the listing language indicates a holy past for this building. It does indicate that the four story building from 1890 has been recently renovated by interior designer Darryl Carter.

3. Three 2BR Apartments

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329 E Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,995,000
Size: Three 2-bed apartments, 4,870 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $574
The skinny: This is an interesting one because this three story building is home to a two bedroom apartment on each floor and the buyer will get the whole enchilada. There's a side lot and a patio and as such, the option for this to be something other than a residential building.

4. 4BR Semi-Detached Victorian House

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208 A Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $1,799,000
Size: 4-bed 2.5-bath townhouse, 2,325 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $774
The skinny: There are homes on Capitol Hill and then there are homes with United States flags in their flower arrangements that really declare themselves to be Capitol Hill homes. And yes, the actual patio is the real selling point, but that balcony over the bay window sure looks pretty.

5. Four Story Apartment Building

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125 C Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,700,000
Size: 2,190 square foot apartment building
Dollars Per Square Foot: $774
The skinny: This is another opportunity to grab the whole four story building instead of just one solo condo. There's parking for four cars and those exposed wooden beams are great, but the "sold as is" caveat really reveals itself upon looking at the state of the back yard.

6. 4BR Federal Apartment Building

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737 6th Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,695,000
Size: 4-bed, 4 bath Federal apartment building, 4,512 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $376
The skinny: Holy cow, another multi-unit building on the market. Once again, there's parking for all four tenants of these one bedroom apartments and two of them even get to spread their belongings across two floors.

7. 5BR Semi-Detached Federal Home

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325 Maryland Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $1,649,000
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath Federal town house, 2,046 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $806
The skinny: This fancy three story house has earned its 7 digit pricetag with its chandeliers everywhere. There's also enough room in the back patio for a basketball hoop.

8. 5BR Federal Row House

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327 9th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20018

Asking price: $1,649,000
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath Federal row house, 3,674 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $449
The skinny: This is a brand new home (just now delivering) that fits in well with the Capitol Hill structures dating from the late 1800s and 1900s. Darryl Carter was responsible for the interior design on this space as well.

9. 4BR Victorian Row House

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146 13th Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,335,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath row house, 2,279 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $586
The skinny: Does this home look familiar? It should. The enormous mural has already made headlines on this site before the price went down.

10. 4BR Federal Row House

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1331 Constitution Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $1,299,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath row house, 2,460 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $586
The skinny: Sure, the exterior looks kind of uninviting and weird, but the floor plan goes for a jaw-dropping unique look complete with painted brick.

1. 5BR Victorian Townhouse

610 Maryland Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $2,595,000
Size: 5-bed, 5.5-bath townhouse, 6,000 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $432.50
The skinny: This townhouse is four stories high but don't worry, there's an elevator to make those climbs easier. But if you want to travel from the top smartly decorated floor to the roof deck, you're on your own.

610 Maryland Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

2. 5BR Semi-Detached Renovation

541 7th Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $2,495,000
Size: 5-bed, 6-bath townhouse, 4,870 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $512
The skinny: The unique facade recalls some sort of church steeple but nothing in the listing language indicates a holy past for this building. It does indicate that the four story building from 1890 has been recently renovated by interior designer Darryl Carter.

541 7th Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

3. Three 2BR Apartments

329 E Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,995,000
Size: Three 2-bed apartments, 4,870 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $574
The skinny: This is an interesting one because this three story building is home to a two bedroom apartment on each floor and the buyer will get the whole enchilada. There's a side lot and a patio and as such, the option for this to be something other than a residential building.

329 E Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

4. 4BR Semi-Detached Victorian House

208 A Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $1,799,000
Size: 4-bed 2.5-bath townhouse, 2,325 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $774
The skinny: There are homes on Capitol Hill and then there are homes with United States flags in their flower arrangements that really declare themselves to be Capitol Hill homes. And yes, the actual patio is the real selling point, but that balcony over the bay window sure looks pretty.

208 A Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

5. Four Story Apartment Building

125 C Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,700,000
Size: 2,190 square foot apartment building
Dollars Per Square Foot: $774
The skinny: This is another opportunity to grab the whole four story building instead of just one solo condo. There's parking for four cars and those exposed wooden beams are great, but the "sold as is" caveat really reveals itself upon looking at the state of the back yard.

125 C Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

6. 4BR Federal Apartment Building

737 6th Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,695,000
Size: 4-bed, 4 bath Federal apartment building, 4,512 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $376
The skinny: Holy cow, another multi-unit building on the market. Once again, there's parking for all four tenants of these one bedroom apartments and two of them even get to spread their belongings across two floors.

737 6th Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

7. 5BR Semi-Detached Federal Home

325 Maryland Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $1,649,000
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath Federal town house, 2,046 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $806
The skinny: This fancy three story house has earned its 7 digit pricetag with its chandeliers everywhere. There's also enough room in the back patio for a basketball hoop.

325 Maryland Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

8. 5BR Federal Row House

327 9th Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20018

Asking price: $1,649,000
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath Federal row house, 3,674 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $449
The skinny: This is a brand new home (just now delivering) that fits in well with the Capitol Hill structures dating from the late 1800s and 1900s. Darryl Carter was responsible for the interior design on this space as well.

327 9th Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20018

9. 4BR Victorian Row House

146 13th Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003

Asking price: $1,335,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath row house, 2,279 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $586
The skinny: Does this home look familiar? It should. The enormous mural has already made headlines on this site before the price went down.

146 13th Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003

10. 4BR Federal Row House

1331 Constitution Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Asking price: $1,299,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath row house, 2,460 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $586
The skinny: Sure, the exterior looks kind of uninviting and weird, but the floor plan goes for a jaw-dropping unique look complete with painted brick.

1331 Constitution Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002