Best New Listings: Capitol Hill, Dupont and Kalorama

by Mark Wellborn

In this week’s edition of Best New Listings, we look at a two-level one-bedroom unit in Dupont Circle, a 1,500 square-foot loft in Capitol Hill that has not officially hit the market yet, and a four-bedroom row house tucked away in Kalorama.

Sunny Two-Level One-Bedroom in Dupont Circle


Located on the corner of 18th and Swann Street, this two-level corner one-bedroom unit has a large living and dining area with a bay window and a fireplace, a small renovated kitchen, and a large bedroom with a walk-in closet and room for a desk. The condo also has high ceilings and hardwood floors. Perhaps its only downside is that it doesn’t have a parking space, a critical amenity for car owners in what is one of the hardest DC neighborhoods to find a spot. For the full listing, click here.

1815 18th Street NW, #402 (map)

* Price: $394,000
* Bedrooms: One
* Bathrooms: One
* Square Footage: 680

Preview: 1,500 Square-Foot Capitol Hill Loft


UrbanTurf received a sneak preview of this loft at the Bryan School in Capitol Hill that will not officially hit the market until later this week. The 1,500 square-foot unit is located in the former theater space of the 100 year-old school, which makes a loft almost the perfect re-use for the space. In addition to huge windows and a large living space, the condo has a private outdoor patio and off-street parking.  For more details about this listing, contact Ryall Smith at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

1315 Independence Avenue SE (map)

* Price: $649,000
* Bedrooms: One
* Bathrooms: Two
* Square Footage: 1,500

Four-Bedroom Row House Tucked Away in Kalorama


This four-bedroom row house is tucked away in Kalorama (almost to Rock Creek Park) giving it a secluded feel. The front door opens into a large living room that leads into a formal dining room. Both the bathroom and closets in the large master bedroom have been remodeled, and another of the bedrooms has a separate sitting area. The home has a rear garage and driveway parking, and there is a one-bedroom in-law suite on the lower level of the property. For the full listing, click here.

2430 20th Street NW (map)

* Price: $999,000
* Bedrooms: Four
* Bathrooms: Four
* Year Built: 1912

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This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/best_new_listings_capitol_hill_dupont_and_kalorama/2510


  1. Kim said at 1:02 am on Tuesday September 28, 2010:

    The Cap Hill condo is nice, but at 748 7th SE there’s a similarly-new, better-located, 2000 sf, 3 BR 2-1/2 BA condo with a Capitol dome and Monument view for less per square foot.

  1. Chris said at 11:31 am on Tuesday September 28, 2010:

    You can’t compare price per square foot across properties with differing numbers of bedrooms. It’s not a relevant metric.

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