UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • April 28, 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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1406 21st Street, NW


Listing agent
Dee Murphy
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Mobile: 202-669-5115
Office: 202-669-5115

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5-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Dupont Circle in Washington

Stunning Victorian on one of the most picturesque blocks in the city.  Gourmet kitchen, large rooms, private backyard oasis and parking.  Lower level rental apartment brings in $2650 per month as a short term furnished rental.  No CO.  One parking space conveys with home.

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1406 21st Street, NW
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

17 4th St, NE


Listing agent
Jon Kelly
Independent Owner
Office: (703) 647-2347

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

The Best of Both Worlds: History, tradition & charm meets 21st-century design. Sun-drenched, expansive, semi-detached historic rowhouse on one of the Hill’s best-loved streets. Top-of-the-line Chef’s Kitchen: Stainless/Viking/Bosch w/double oven, dual sinks & Granite counters. Hardwood throughout, Fireplace, Custom walk-in closets w/storage galore! Close-in convenience:Stroll to Eastern Mkt, Metro & Cafes. Private Garden & Patio. Secure, off-street Parking. Recent renovations/complete updates!

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17 4th St, NE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

4517 Foxhall Crescent, NW


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

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4-bedroom / 4.5-bathroom House
Foxhall/Georgetown in Washington

Designed by architect Arthur Cotton Moore for entertaining and upscale living, the enclave of Foxhall Crescent exudes elegance with contemporary flair. A two-story foyer welcomes guests to tiled marble flooring and a polished staircase that curves up to the second level. Upstairs, bedrooms have been enhanced with custom paint, lighting, closets and original wood flooring. The lower level functions for pool parties and casual gatherings as well as a staging area for catered affairs.

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4517 Foxhall Crescent, NW
(Foxhall/Georgetown in Washington)

1215 10th St. NW #2


Listing agent
Georgette Daher
UrbanLand Company
Office: 202.550.6750

1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Mount Vernon Triangle in Washington

Fabulous one bedroom conversion from a studio right in Mount Vernon! Blocks to Mt. Vernon Sq. Metro, restaurants, and downtown! Live on one of the prettiest tree-lined streets in DC in a boutique condo building. All the space for the value- approx. 700 sq. ft., ceramic tile in bathroom, hardwood floors throughout, exposed brick in hallway, eat in kitchen area, and walk-out to your own courtyard! Get a sneak peak before we put in the MLS!

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1215 10th St. NW #2
(Mount Vernon Triangle in Washington)

6514 5th St NW


Listing agent
Larry McAdoo
KL Associates Inc.
Mobile: 202.487.7253
Office: 202.462.5106x12

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5-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom House
Takoma in Washington

Stunning renovation of this 5br 2.5ba detached home. Features gourmet eat-in kitchen, SS appliances, granite, luxury baths, stylish mosaic glass tile, oak hwdwd flrs, cac, security system, finished bsmt w/ family room. Enjoy the landscaped grounds and parklike settings across street plus so much more. Only a short stroll to Takoma Metro & shopping. Don’t Miss this One! OPEN Sun. 1-4

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6514 5th St NW
(Takoma in Washington)

800 4th Street, SW #S416


Listing agent
Yovi Sever
Capital Residential Properties
Office: 202-488-4153

0-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Southwest Waterfront in Washington

Potomac Place Tower in the Southwest Waterfront has studios starting at just $180,000, a very competitive price point within the DC borders, especially for newly-renovated units. The 396-unit development is right next door to Waterfront Station with its new Safeway concept store, retail, cafes and restaurants all set to open this spring. It is also within walking distance of three Metro stations. Potomac Place Tower’s inventory includes studios junior 1BRs, 1BRs, 1BR-plus-den duplexes and 2BRs.

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800 4th Street, SW #S416
(Southwest Waterfront in Washington)

2250 11th Street NW #401


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

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

GREAT PRICE REDUCTION, LAST PENTHOUSE! Uniquely Designed by Division 1 Architects, a chance to live in a Masterpiece. 2 BR, 2BA + loft in a 26 Unit Boutique Bldg. Open Space design, floor to ceiling windows, Snaidero Kitchen, All Maple Wood 5” floors, 4 outdoor spaces, including Roof Top Deck w/ city views. FHA financing & 1% incentive. OPEN Weekends 2:00-4:00. Maid Service, Yoga, Spa Day!

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2250 11th Street NW #401
(U Street Corridor in Washington)

606A Kentucky Avenue, SE


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

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Capitol Hill in Washington

This 2BR+den/2BA Capitol Hill duplex townhome is part of the 12-unit boutique Providence Square. The unique open floor plan offers flowing hardwood floors, soaring 20’ ceilings, gas fireplace, custom painting, and huge oversized windows. The gourmet kitchen has extra-tall Maple cabinets, stainless steel appliance package and upgraded granite counter tops with matching breakfast bar and custom pendant lighting; and a private patio located just off the living room perfect for entertaining!

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606A Kentucky Avenue, SE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

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