Best New Listings: From 924 to 3,362 Square Feet
This week’s Best New Listings includes a 920 square-foot six bedroom in Brentwood, an 1,800 square-foot four bedroom in Lincoln Park, and a 3,360 square-foot four bedroom in Barnaby Woods.
The Yellow House in Barnaby Woods
Equidistant between the Maryland border, Rock Creek Park and Pinehurst Parkway Park in Barnaby Woods, this yellow, four-bedroom house exudes charm. The living room, with its classic white fireplace, sits three steps up from the foyer. A built-in wood-topped counter separates the living room from the dining room, following the wall chair rail-style around the corner to frame the window-lined family room and provide additional shelving. The skylit kitchen hugs the walls opposite the family room, with extra light coming in from a triangular clerestory window and an adjacent oversized picture window. Two of the bedrooms are skylit, including the owner's suite which also has a fireplace, a walk-in closet with laundry chute and an archtop window above french doors to a juliet balcony. The rear yard is primarily brick-paved and also has a koi pond and a detached porch with a bench swing.
- Full Listing: 6613 32nd Street NW (map)
- Price: $1,275,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: Five
- Square Feet: 3,362
- Year Built: 1939
- Listing Agents: Dana Rice, Lisa Resch, Compass
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Subway Tiles on Hidden Lincoln Park Block
This semi-detached house is located on a hidden block on Capitol Hill. The open-concept main level takes up the right side of the house with a series of windows and tray ceilings, while an exposed brick wall lines the staircase to the left. The kitchen has a breakfast bar island with a stainless steel farmhouse basin sink across from the stove in the center of the herringbone-patterned subway tile backsplash. The owner's bedroom has double exposure and a transom above the door, while the en-suite bath has a frosted picture window above a subway-tiled tub stall. The subway tile motif is also echoed in the other two bathrooms in the house, including the one on the lower level; the lower level has a rec room with wet bar, bedroom and separate exit to the adjacent alley.
- Full Listing: 1307 Corbin Place NE (map)
- Price: $995,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 1,800
- Year Built: 1914
- Listing Agent: Katherine Fleskes, Long & Foster Real Estate
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Six Bedrooms in Under 1,000 Square Feet
This Prince George's County Cape Cod offers six bedrooms worth of space in a surprisingly small footprint. The 924 square-foot house is located in Brentwood, right off Bladensburg Road just blocks past the DC border, and has an extremely efficient layout that can suit a variety of needs. The house enters into the large living room, which has two rooms off of it that can serve as bedrooms. The kitchen is around the corner, arranged like Tetris pieces with an L on one side opposite the fridge and surrounding cabinetry, and maintains open sight lines to the front door and living room. Two bedrooms upstairs sit under cove ceilings, while there are an additional two bedrooms on the tiled lower level. The bathrooms are on the main and lower levels, and the back- and side-yards are also surprisingly generous.
- Full Listing: 3702 37th Avenue (map)
- Price: $359,000
- Bedrooms: Six
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 924
- Year Built: 1926
- Listing Agent: Richard Crespo, One World Realty
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