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UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • December 4, 2013

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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644 Orleans Pl NE

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Listing agent
JT Powell
Coldwell Banker
Office: 202-465-2357

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3-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Capitol Hill in Washington

Amazing Victorian renovation on picture perfect 1 block street: New systems, huge stainless and granite kitchen with tremendous counter space and high end appliances, wood floors, southern facing open floor plan, dual vanity master bath+rear alley access for potential parking. All located just 5 blocks to metro, Harris Teeter, endless eats and 4 blocks to future H St Whole Foods OPEN SUNDAY 1-3PM

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644 Orleans Pl NE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)


1448 Harvard St NW, #6

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Listing agent
Lindsay Reishman
Lindsay Reishman Real Estate
Mobile: 202-271-6441
Office: 202-491-1275

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
Columbia Heights in Washington

NEW PRICE! Another well- executed development by LOCK 7! 2BR/2BA two level condo. Newly built w/ luxury in mind. Spacious + open floor plans. Maple floors. Expansive windows + soaring ceilings. Exposed brick. Gourmet kitchen w/ high end stainless appliances, Porcelanosa tile backsplashes + quartz counters. BAs offer contemporary design + Kohler fixtures. Interior courtyard terrace, front terrace, + private rooftop deck. Parking available for sale.

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1448 Harvard St NW, #6
(Columbia Heights in Washington)


1331 Constitution Avenue NE

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Listing agent
Pamela Wye
TTR Sotheby’s Intl. Realty
Mobile: 202.320.4169
Office: 301.967.3344

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4-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Capitol Hill in Washington

Developer Ditto Residential collaborated with McGraw Bagnoli Architects to transform a former retail property on Capitol Hill into this 4-bed, 3.5-bath contemporary townhome awash w/ light and full of custom features. A 3rd floor skylight brings natural light to all 3 floors. There are 2 interior balconies, and 2 of the bedrooms have 8-ft windows. Outdoor spaces: a backyard, 2-car parking and roof deck. White oak floors and open tread stairs throughout, as well as top-of-the-line appliances.

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1331 Constitution Avenue NE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)


1700 Q Street, NW Apartment 2

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Listing agent
Eric Hernandez
Eric Mitchell Properties - Keller Williams City Wide Realty
Mobile: 703-200-3858
Office: 703-224-6105

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

UrbanVibe is known for using the highest quality products in its building transformations, both structurally & in interior finishes. The residences at The Q have been optimized for noise reduction & structural integrity with high-quality insulation, custom windows, double-hung drywall ceilings, & double-layer subfloors. The interiors will feature custom cabinetry imported from Italy, gorgeous tile & wood flooring, & high-end appliances. No detail has been overlooked in these exquisite homes.

View the full listing:
1700 Q Street, NW Apartment 2
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

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