Design & Home

What Your Money Can Buy in These Small Towns Near DC

$500,000 for a five-bedroom, 3.5-bath home on five acres? SOLD.

Sale price: $365,100. Where: Cumberland.

Photograph courtesy of Coldwell Banker.

For the price of a three-bedroom split-level on a fifth of an acre in Rockville, this three-bedroom contemporary sits on 23 wooded acres.

List price: $549,000. Where: Winchester.

Photograph by Matthew Lofton.

For the cost of a two-bedroom condo in an older building in Logan Circle, this five-bedroom, 3½-bath house on more than five acres has nine-foot ceilings and two master-bedroom suites.

Sale price: $712,000. Where: Boonsboro.

Photograph courtesy of Steve Powell / RE/MAX Achievers.

For the price of a three-bedroom rowhouse near H Street, this five-bedroom, 7,500-square-foot house has a solarium, music room, and five-car garage.

List price: $799,900. Where: Lewes.

Photograph courtesy of Mark Robinson/The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group.

For the cost of a two-bedroom Clarendon condo, this three-year-old, four-bedroom house has 4½ baths, a screened porch, a great room with a stone fireplace—and is minutes to the beach.

This article appears in our August 2015 issue of Washingtonian.

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