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UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • February 3, 2016

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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2100 19th St NW, #701

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Listing agent
Kenneth Germer
Slate Properties
Mobile: 2024129347
Office: 2025599357

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Co-op
Adams Morgan in Washington

NEW LOW PRICE:  TWO large bedrooms for the price of one plus a stunning city view! Hi-floor with elevator.  Updated with new oak floors, granite counters & neutral paint. Gas cooking. Community roof terrace, bike storage, laundry room and lawn. Cats ok.  Steps to red line metro, bus lines and Kalorama Park. Walk to Dupont, Adams Morgan & U St. shopping and nightlife. Low coop charge INCLUDES property taxes, heat and water.

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2100 19th St NW, #701
(Adams Morgan in Washington)


300 Kentucky Avenue Southeast

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Listing agent
Daren Phillips
Coldwell Banker Dupont
Mobile: 202.257.5490
Office: 202.387.6180

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3-bedroom / 2-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Old City in Washington

Absolutely gorgeous updated, move-in ready corner row-house in the center of Capitol Hill! Beautifully landscaped and outdoor entertaining space. 3 large bedrooms, and 2 full bathrooms. Amenities include beautiful hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, and ample storage. Close to Harris Teeter, Lincoln park, H Street, Eastern Market - close to everything!

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300 Kentucky Avenue Southeast
(Old City in Washington)


1222 Linden Place NE

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Listing agent
Jenn Smira
Compass
Mobile: 202.340.7675
Office: 202-491-1275

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3-bedroom / 1.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
H Street Corridor in Washington

Quintessential Hill charm in an enchanting south-facing row home awash with natural light in the vibrant H Street Corridor! Home boasts 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths with gleaming hardwood floors, wood burning fireplace, and a classic updated kitchen with quartzite counters. Stunning custom marble bathrooms, updated systems, all new windows, and lovely back patio. Future Whole Foods opening January, 2017!

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1222 Linden Place NE
(H Street Corridor in Washington)


2001 12th St NW #107

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Listing agent
Brittany Barsky
Wydler Brothers Real Estate
Mobile: 3014610084
Office: 3014610084

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

Ideally located steps to U and 14th St - with a WALK SCORE OF 98!!! Rarely available 1 BR/ 1 BA home w/ private patio, gas fireplace, open kit/living combo. Kitchen w/ granite countertops, SS appliances, pendant lights.  Master BR w/ walk-in closet & custom shelving, mirror.  BA w/ tiled shower/tub combo, stacked W/D.  Near building gym, party room. Underground garage parking included

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2001 12th St NW #107
(U Street Corridor in Washington)


751 P Street NW, #9

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Listing agent
Tony Hain
Compass
Mobile: 202-415-8669
Office: 202-491-1275

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo
Shaw in Washington

Stunning 2BR/2.5BA duplex condo across CityMarket at O. Luxury & Technology abound. Chef’s kitchen w/ marble counters, brkfst bar, Viking gas range & Bosch SS appliances, in-ceiling speakers, maple floors. Deeded rental pkg. Moments to Metro, restaurants & nightlife.

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751 P Street NW, #9
(Shaw in Washington)


409 H Street NE

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Listing agent
Jenn Smira
Compass
Mobile: 202-340-7675
Office: 202-491-1275

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1-bedroom / 2-bathroom Town/rowhouse
H Street NE in Washington

Appointment Only. Uniquely boutique former combined space w/ two 900-square-foot floors of distinctive row home style & endless possibilities. Open first floor w/ rental or investment potential has a spacious entry/front room, full bath & rear alley access ideal for deliveries. Upper level boasts exposed brick walls, large skylight, HDWD floors & open living and dining area. Blocks from future Whole Foods, Union Station, and more.

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409 H Street NE
(H Street NE in Washington)

 

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