Have a million dollars?
In D.C., a three-bedroom, four bath garden condo on K Street is listed at $999,999. Ceilings are up to 20-feet high with a main level chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a second-level kitchenette. The condo also features wood floors, granite counters and a balcony and deck.
In Alexandria, a 74-year-old, four-bedroom, 2.5-bath colonial on King Street is listed at $899,000. This Georgian Revival offers sweeping views of the city. The formal living and dining rooms lead to a sunroom overlooking the rear gardens. Period details throughout include fine moldings, slate roof with snow eagles, dentil accent and intricate brickwork.
In Baltimore, a four-year old, two-bedroom, 2.5-bath on Key Highway is listed at $999,990. The Ritz-Carlton Residences provide an indoor pool, marina, fitness center, billiards room, screening room, spa and meditation and more. Services include 24-hour concierge, valet and porter. Each residence includes spectacular views, private elevator and two parking spaces.
If a million dollars is too steep, how about something close to $500,000?
In Alexandria, a four-year old condo on Cameron Street with two bedrooms and two baths, is listed for $479,000. There's an open gourmet kitchen, sunny bedrooms, master bath with double vanities and a walk-in shower. There's also a rooftop deck just across the hall with lovely city views.
In D.C., a ninth floor, one-bedroom, one-bath high-rise condo on Massachusetts Avenue is listed at $500,000. The condo features a large bedroom with a walk-in closet, a walk-through bath with soaking tub, a custom glass tile backsplash in the kitchen and a covered balcony.
In Baltimore, a 91-year-old colonial with five bedrooms, 3.5 baths is listed at $500,000 on St. Paul Street. The house has a detached garage in the back, three fireplaces, built-in bookcases, crown molding, bar and wood floors. There's also an unfinished basement with a rear entrance.
Looking for something in a lower price range? Many can be found around $250,000.
In Alexandria, a 61-year-old, two-bedroom, one-bath condo is listed at $139,900 on Farrington Ave. This sunny garden style condo with bright, clean rooms has been freshly painted throughout with neutral colors, complementing the new carpet. There's plenty of storage and two parking spots. A Metro stop is just steps away as well as a walk/bike path to Hoffman Center.
In Baltimore, a 72-year-old colonial with three bedrooms and two baths is listed at $249,900 on Southview Road. The house features a gourmet kitchen, has refinished hardwood floors, insulated and floored attic, a wood-burning fireplace and a detached garage.
In D.C., a three bedroom, two-bath townhouse on 7th Street is listed at $250,000. The house has original hardwood floors and the living room has lots of natural light. There's off-street parking and a partially finished basement.