UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • June 9, 2010

by UrbanTurf Staff

UrbanTurf Listings is a premium property listings service that showcases some of the most appealing for-sale homes from across the DC metropolitan area. Every week we will display the newest additions from the previous seven days. Below are this week’s newest properties for sale. Click the photo for each property to learn more about it.

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1605 7th Street NW Unit 2


Listing agent
Jonathan Addison
Sovereign International Realty Group
Mobile: 202 2568121
Office: 877-751-7474

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3-bedroom / 3-bathroom Condo
Shaw in Washington

SoHo Loft Style Living in Downtown DC awaits the discerning buyer. Stylish chic living worthy of Modern Home envelopes this 2700SF, 2 lvl, 3BR 3BA super cool residence. Entertain? Do it in style! With almost 3000sf who wouldn’t want to show off. Homebody? There’s plenty of room for movie nights. Cook much? You’ll die! Its uber gorgeous. Commuting blues? With 2 walkable metros you’ll surely lose those blues. Of course 2 years rental parking included just in case!

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1605 7th Street NW Unit 2
(Shaw in Washington)

2320 Chester #203


Listing agent
Darrin Davis
Anacostia River Realty
Office: 202-678-REAL (7325)

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Historic Anacostia in Washington

Another Fabulous Listing from ANACOSTIA RIVER REALTY! Beautiful, quiet condo in secured building. The heart of Historic Anacostia. 2 spacious bedrooms. Plenty of light, Open Floor Plan, Hardwood floors, Gourmet Kitchen w/Top-of-the-line appliances, built-in Microwave, W/D, balcony.  Secured parking lot. Less than 3 blocks to new Street Car Project & shops, Less than 10 minute walk to Metro, 1 mile to new Dept. Homeland Security, new Coast Guard Hdq. & river.

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2320 Chester #203
(Historic Anacostia in Washington)

1300 N Street, NW #705


Listing agent
Lance Horsley
Mobile: 202-460-4000
Office: 202-364-5200

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
Logan Circle in Washington

2BR/2BA loft-style condo! Soaring 10’ concrete ceilings, exposed duct work/piping, hardwood floors, light from large commercial windows.  Chef’s kitchen has flush over-sized cabinetry, exotic Zodiaq counter tops, stainless appliances, breakfast bar.  Large baths: integrated bowl sinks, custom mirrors and tile flooring and tub surrounds.  Stacked W/D and extra-large closets, even a garage parking space!  Pets are pampered and the building has amenities galore! Unrivaled Logan Circle location!

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1300 N Street, NW #705
(Logan Circle in Washington)

1409 G Street, NE #23


Listing agent
Michael Hundley
UrbanLand Company
Office: 727.748.2935

2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo
H Street NE in Washington

Great new price!! Bang for your buck!! The H Street Corridor is booming!!! The Almansya has everything you could want and more! This beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath two level condo has upgrades galore with top-notch appliances, bamboo floors, and an outrageous Euro kitchen. Check out the breathtaking views from the master bedroom balcony. You won’t be disappointed!!

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1409 G Street, NE #23
(H Street NE in Washington)

2250 11th Street NW #403


Listing agent
Debi Fox
DC Real Estate.com
Office: 202-744-1007

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
U Street Corridor in Washington

LACEY PENTHOUSE - DEVELOPERS UNIT - MUST SELL! Incredible deal, (first time shown), ALL OFFERS TAKEN. Uniquely Designed by Division 1 Architects, a chance to live in a Masterpiece. 2 BR, 1BA + loft in a 26 Unit Boutique Bldg. Open Space design, floor to ceiling windows, Great Roof Top Deck. INCLUDES 1 PARKING SPACE. LAST CHANCE - MAKE AN OFFER!

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2250 11th Street NW #403
(U Street Corridor in Washington)

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