This week’s Best New Listings includes two end-unit rowhouses in the 20007 zip code and a bungalow behind a white-picket fence in Mount Rainier.
En-Suites for All in Burleith-Hillandale
This five-bedroom home in Burleith-Hillandale boasts a transitional style throughout its 3,800 square-foot interior. The front porch offers french door access to the open-concept main level, which has a coffered ceiling and is finished in white, black and light-colored woods. The kitchen at has a marble- and butcher block-topped breakfast bar, a concealed hood above the gas stove, and a textured black subway tile backsplash. All of the bedrooms have en-suite baths, including the owner's suite with a trio of oversized windows, where the en-suite has a frameless glass shower stall with a built-in bench and a standalone tub. The fourth bedroom has a cove ceiling and french doors out to a private balcony, and the fifth bedroom sits on the lower level, which also enjoys separate access to the rear flagstone patio and a parking space beyond the fence.
- Full Listing: 3629 T Street NW (map)
- Price: $2.5 million
- Bedrooms: Five
- Bathrooms: 5.5
- Square Feet: 3,808
- Year Built: 1924
- Listing Agents: Daryl Judy, Kimberly Casey, Washington Fine Properties
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Gardens on Both Sides
In Foxhall Village, steps from the Foundry Branch Valley Park and blocks from the C&O Canal, this end-unit rowhouse has garden-like front and rear yards with a porch overlooking each. The interior is traditional, with the living room to the left through a pillar-framed doorway which has built-in shelving beneath the columns facing the red brick fireplace. On the other side of the formal dining room with a bay window, the galley kitchen has a stainless steel hood and access to the back porch.
Upstairs, the three bedrooms share a bath with a honeycomb-tiled shower stall. The lower level has tiled floors, an exposed brick wall, a ledge built in beneath a window, a full bath, and a laundry room.
- Full Listing: 1414 Foxhall Road NW (map)
- Price: $1 million
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 1,768
- Year Built: 1919
- Listing Agent: Deborah Charlton, Compass
A $300,000 Three-Bedroom in Mount Rainier
A short walk from the neighborhood community garden and recreation center in Mount Rainier, this Craftsman bungalow offers the classic white picket fence lifestyle. The farmhouse-style interior has wood-framed doorways and windows throughout, as well as a shelf built in above wooden brackets spanning a window above a custom bench. The kitchen has built-in open shelving and butcher block countertops, and two bedrooms with double exposure are on the main level along with the full bath. The T-shaped owner's suite occupies the upper level beneath a cove ceiling and also has two closets. The rear porch has an attached shed and overlooks a deep backyard with mature trees and garden areas. The house also has an unfinished basement and a driveway.
- Full Listing: 3104 Windom Road (map)
- Price: $329,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 1,105
- Year Built: 1927
- Listing Agent: Brittanie DeChino, TTR Sotheby's International Realty
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/best-new-listings-from-a-burleith-five-bedroom-to-a-mt-rainier-bungalow/15573.
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