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Built in the 1940s as housing for retired federal workers and Capitol Hill staffers, the units at Fairfax Village were converted from rentals to condominiums in 1976. By DC standards, home prices are rock bottom; condos in the garden-style community start in the low $100,000s for one-bedroom units and newly renovated townhomes fetch somewhere in the $300,000 range. Phyllis Lee, who moved to Fairfax Village in the 1970s and served as a condo association president for 12 years, said that it’s relatively easy to have home improvements approved by the community.
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