UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • September 7, 2011

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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2535 13th St NW #204


Listing agent
James Braeu
Coldwell Banker
Office: 202-215-2240

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Columbia Heights in Washington

Welcome home to this beautiful and bright 2BD/1BA (1BR +den/office) in The Benjamin renovated 2005. Cherry hardwood floors, granite counters, SS, 42” maple cabinets in kitchen, ceramic bath, W/ D in unit, stylish fixtures. Low fees. Secure garage parking w/ storage space. Short walk to U St Metro, Adam’s Morgan, and Columbia Heights shops & nightlife. Pet-friendly building. OPEN SUN 9/11 1-4 PM

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2535 13th St NW #204
(Columbia Heights in Washington)

1001 26th St NW #306


Listing agent
Chris Fischer
McEnearney Associates, Inc
Office: 703.930.6349

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1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Foggy Bottom in Washington

This renovated and well-located, one bedroom plus den home is ideal for the busy professional. The kitchen has been opened up and wonderfully remodeled. Washer-dryer in unit.  Views of trees and Georgetown.  Three blocks to Foggy Bottom metro or Georgetown’s shops & restaurants.  Garage parking space and extra storage convey.

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1001 26th St NW #306
(Foggy Bottom in Washington)

1816 New Hampshire Ave NW #201


Listing agent
Mary Lowry Smith
Coldwell Banker
Mobile: 202-247-5077
Office: 202-387-6180

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0-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Dupont Circle in Washington

This terrific downtown apt is move-in ready for a 1st-time Buyer or anyone looking for the perfect city pied-a-terre. Freshly painted, newer Heat/AC, cute Kitchen, closet organizers, great light, Basement Storage, Balcony, Pet-friendly, Front Desk, & low monthly fee. Excellent Dupont Cir location convenient to shopping, restaurants, Metro, & fun. Love your dog? The park’s across the street.

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1816 New Hampshire Ave NW #201
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

2760 Unicorn Lane NW


Listing agent
Chris Fischer
McEnearney Associates, Inc
Office: 703.930.6349

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4-bedroom / 6-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Chatsworth, Chevy Chase in Washington

Grand and elegant. Surrounded by trees. Designed for entertainment. Large windows and balconies overlook green space & private backyard. 12 foot ceilings in living room & library. Formal dining room with hardwood floors. Butlers_ pantry. Spacious kitchen with breakfast bar. Walk out family room to patio. 4 to 5 bedrooms. Enormous master suite. Space and setting are hard to beat!  2.5 miles to metro.

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2760 Unicorn Lane NW
(Chatsworth, Chevy Chase in Washington)

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