This week’s Best New Listings includes an efficient Eckington condo and a pair of four-bedrooms on Capitol Hill and off King Street.
Tiled Floors, a Sleeping Porch, and an Open Shed
This Capitol Hill rowhouse has a tiled-floor vestibule with transom-topped glass doors, and the living room has a bay window adjacent to an alcove. The kitchen has exposed brick walls, tiled floors, a breakfast bar island, and floating shelves between a window and a door into the sleeping porch/sunroom. There is a stained glass skylight on the upstairs landing, and the lower level has a rec room, bedroom, bathroom, and bonus room along with laundry and storage. There is also a rear patio with a patio/parking pad space and an open shed structure.
- Full Listing: 1241 E Street NE (map)
- Price: $1,225,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 2,039
- Year Built: 1908
- Listing Agent: Sara Harr, Compass
Photo courtesy of Kevin Carney.
Small But Smart Eckington Condo
Despite having less than 450 square feet of space, this Eckington one-bedroom condo has an efficient and functional layout. An open living/dining space is just off the entry hall and is next to the J-shaped kitchen which has teal blue cabinetry and butcherblock countertops. The bedroom has a mounted nightstand, an office nook, and elfa built-ins lining the wall of the closet. The bathroom has greyscale honeycomb floor tiles throughout and barn-style glass doors enclosing the shower. The unit also includes a washer/dryer.
- Full Listing: 1927 3rd Street NE #300 (map)
- Price: $299,500
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 447
- HOA Fees: $177/month
- Year Built: 1942
- Listing Agents: Renee Peres, Pee Jay Santos, Compass
Photo courtesy of Carlo Russo with HD Bros.
A Four Bedroom Within Four Blocks of Metrorail
This nearly 2,800 square-foot house is a few blocks from King Street Metro station, and its wraparound porch has a ceiling fan and a bench swing. Past the foyer with its decorative fireplace, the living room has a ceiling that pitches above a gas fireplace splitting the dining area and the family room. The kitchen has a pantry wall above stainless steel drawers, and the two-sided staircase eventually leads up to a top-level bonus room with a desk nook and beadboard walls beneath a cove ceiling. The house also has a rear deck, a lower level rec room, and a detached garage.
- Full Listing: 23 W Cedar Street (map)
- Price: $1,295,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 2,796
- Year Built: 1918
- Listing Agent: Sue Goodhart, Compass
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/best-new-listings-bay-windows-brick-walls-and-desk-nooks/19435.
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