UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • September 14, 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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2125 14th Street NW #110W


Listing agent
Alan Dalton
ADMC Realty Group
Mobile: 202-251-0111
Office: 202-449-9700

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2-bedroom / 1.5-bathroom Condo
14th & U Street in Washington

FABULOUS modern condo that lives like a row home! Private entry & 2-levels of luxury in this warehouse/loft-style home at Union Row. Just steps to U St. & super trendy 14th St. NW w/ all the entertainment & social buzz—1 block to METRO! High ceilings, exposed brick, gourmet kitchen w/ granite & gas cooking. Great storage space, too. Why walk down endless hallways when you can have your own private entrance! OPEN SUN 1-4pm.

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2125 14th Street NW #110W
(14th & U Street in Washington)

1012 Rhode Island Avenue NE


Listing agent
Fritz Hubig
LUXURYDC team at Capitol Asset Realty
Mobile: 202-907-3733
Office: 202-630-1244

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5-bedroom / 4-bathroom House
Brookland in Washington

DREAM 5BR 4BA HOME! This is a SUPERIOR renovation of a classic Brookland DC home. Very SPACIOUS 5BR/4BA with fabulous energy flow, FULLY FINISHED basement, posh travertine Master Bath w/ Deluxe Soaking Tub, GATED back yard w/ 2 car parking pad, private deck off MSTR suite, STRATEGIC location 1.5 blocks to both Rhode Island Metro’s new developments and the wonderful, charming heart of Brookland!

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1012 Rhode Island Avenue NE
(Brookland in Washington)

1634 5th Street NW


Listing agent
Alan Dalton
ADMC Realty Group
Mobile: 202-251-0111
Office: 202-449-9700

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo
Shaw in Washington

Two Elegant 2,000+ Sq Ft Duplex Condos on Classic NW Shaw Block: Main Level Unit $575,000; Penthouse Unit $619,000 2 Blocks to METRO! 2 Spacious Mstr Stes in Ea Unit w/Spa-Like Master Baths; Marble & SS Kit w/Brkfst Bar & Many Custom Features; Expansive LR & DR + Fam Rm Open to Deck; Soaring Ceilings & Huge Windows Flood Every Space w/Natural Light! Main Lvl Unit Has Deck/Prvt Yard; Penthouse has Two Decks/Private Roof Deck w/ Monument Views—Both Units Are Outdoor Lovers’ Dream Homes!

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1634 5th Street NW
(Shaw in Washington)

2633 15th St NW #4


Listing agent
Marina Krapiva
Evers & Co. Real Estate Inc.
Office: 301-792-5681

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3-bedroom / 3-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Columbia Heights in Washington

European living in DC. Luxury, sophistication and utter charm. Master BR suite on 1st level w/ elegant bathroom, walk-in closet, & private access to parking. Sun-filled spaces w/ atrium tray ceilings, Juliet balcony & fireplace. W/ D in unit. Walk to Meridian Pk. , Adams Morgan, Metro. $1152 coop fee+ underlying mortgage$769 month. Refinance in process. A must see!

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2633 15th St NW #4
(Columbia Heights in Washington)

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