UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • October 13, 2010

by UrbanTurf Staff

UrbanTurf Listings is a premium property listings service that showcases some of the most appealing homes from across the DC metropolitan area. Below are this week’s newest additions. Click the photo for each property to learn more about it.

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1435 Chapin St NW #1


Listing agent
Dina Paxenos
Long & Foster Real Estate
Mobile: 202-256-1624
Office: 202-364-5200

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2-bedroom / 1.5-bathroom Condo
Columbia Heights in Washington

Large 1bed+den, 1.5 bath. Open floor plan, modern finishes,H/W floors, private terrace (NY style access)patio furniture incl. SS appl, silestone counters, brkfst bar. 2006 bldg, close to Columbia Heights & U St metro,pet friendly bldg, fee incl everything expt elec. Off-street pkg incl. Walk to Meridian Hill park, shops, dining, nightlife, etc.

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1435 Chapin St NW #1
(Columbia Heights in Washington)

2412 Colston Drive #201


Listing agent
Fernando Garcia
Continental Properties, Ltd.
Mobile: 202-907-8907
Office: 202-966-0019

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Rock Creek Village in Silver Spring

This expansive home in the community of Rock Creek Village has more than 1,200 square feet of Living Space, is filled with light, and offers a view of the village’s charming courtyard. It includes a remodeled kitchen, updated bathroom, full-size washer and dryer, and new carpeting and paint throughout. The unique loft area is a customizable master suite of approximately 600 square feet. This wonderful home is close to everything Silver Spring has to offer. Condo fee includes ALL utilities.

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2412 Colston Drive #201
(Rock Creek Village in Silver Spring)

220 20th St. S #1910


Listing agent
220 Twentieth Street
The Bozzuto Group
Office: 888.769.6855

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
Crystal City in Arlington

This is one of the few remaining penthouses at the 220 Twentieth apartments in Crystal City. Move quickly to take advantage of this 19th-floor unit that offers expansive views of the Capitol, Washington Monument and Potomac River. The rent on this 1,479 square-foot palace in the sky is now only $4,499 per month. It’s a 2BR/2BA with den, and includes a free parking space. 220 Twentieth Street integrates eco-friendly LEED-certified design with luxury finishes, amenities, and elegant aesthetics.

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220 20th St. S #1910
(Crystal City in Arlington)

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