This week’s best new listings include a relatively low priced, two-bedroom co-op in Kalorama, a beautifully restored four-bedroom home in Mount Pleasant and a three-bedroom townhouse near Eastern Market described as “MOMA on the Hill.”
Low Priced Two-Bedroom Co-op in Kalorama
2100 19th Street NW, Unit 303 (see map here)
This co-op is currently one of the lowest priced two-bedroom units in the Kalorama neighborhood. The floorplan (the largest in the building) includes a spacious living and dining area and a renovated kitchen. There are hickory hardwood floors throughout and a number of huge windows that flood the property with natural light. The unit has a washer/dryer and there is a communal roof deck, and perhaps the only thing that is missing from this deal is a parking space. For the full listing, click here.
Beautifully Restored Four-Bedroom Home in Mount Pleasant
1816 Irving Street NW, Unit 303 (see map here)
This restored four-bedroom home in Mount Pleasant still has many of its original details, as well as a number of new touches. The main floor has a living and dining area with the original fireplace and French doors that lead into a brand new kitchen. There are three bedrooms on the second floor, one with a private deck (see photo above), and another with a wall of windows, which makes it a great room for a home office. The basement has been completely finished and now includes a fourth bedroom, and there is a large private deck off the kitchen. For the full listing, click here.
Three-Bedroom Townhouse Near Eastern Market Described as “MOMA on the Hill”
212 13th Street SE (see map here)
The Museum of Modern Art is rarely used to describe homes in DC, but perhaps here it makes sense. Described as “MOMA on the Hill,” this three-bedroom townhouse near Eastern Market certainly caters to a specific buyer. A central atrium cuts through the middle of the property to illuminate a simple and contemporary design that includes a private patio off the main level, a third floor terrace and a very clean and sleek kitchen area. For the full listing, click here.
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