This week’s Best New Listings includes a historic Brightwood Park co-op, a two-bedroom unit in Bloomingdale, and three-bedrooms in Del Ray and Capitol Hill.
A Historic Co-Op in Brightwood Park
This sizeable and bright one-bedroom in a landmarked Brightwood Park co-op community is packed with visual interest. At the end of the entry hallway, a wood ledge is built into an archway that looks into the living room. The adjacent archway opens into the formal dining room, which has wood wainscoting accents and a coffered ceiling, and the angular kitchen has ample cabinetry and a tiled backsplash. Past the spacious living room, the bedroom is on the other side of a hall and has double exposure and a closet with built-in racks. The unit also includes a walk-in hall closet and comes with a basement storage unit. Monthly fees cover most utilities.
- Full Listing: 208 Farragut Street NW, #206 (map)
- Price: $199,900
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 850
- HOA Fees: $625/month
- Year Built: 1929
- Listing Agent: Maureen Andary, RLAH Real Estate
Photo courtesy of Matthew Chi at HDBros.
A Two-Bedroom in Bloomingdale
This condo spans the ground floor of a Bloomingdale rowhouse. The south-facing bay window creates a bright sitting or dining nook adjacent to a brick accent wall that extends into the kitchen behind a breakfast bar peninsula. One full bath is right behind the kitchen, and the hall ends in an exposed brick wall and has a nook that creates an office or bonus area. Both bedrooms have tall transoms above narrow french doors and walk-in closets with metal racks. The main bedroom also has a nearly floor-to-ceiling window and den-like cutouts into the en-suite bath, which has a double sink, a tub and a shower, and access to the private rear balcony. The unit also comes with a laundry closet and a secured parking space.
- Full Listing: 125 T Street NW, #2 (map)
- Price: $599,900
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 975
- HOA Fees: $200/month
- Year Built: 1907
- Listing Agent: Seth Turner, Compass
Photo courtesy of Sean Shanahan.
A Traditional Three-Bedroom in Del Ray
Over in Alexandria's Del Ray neighborhood, this three-bedroom house sits behind a white picket fence and has a similarly traditional layout beyond its front porch. The living room is through a doorway off the foyer and has double exposure, and through the next doorway, the formal dining room has a nook at the window. The kitchen has charcoal gray herringbone tile floors, quartz countertops, a subway tile backsplash, and a hood floating above the stove. The flooring continues in the adjacent den, which is accessible from both the dining room and the kitchen. The backyard has a fireplace and patio and garden areas and is also accessible to the driveway and the detached garage.
- Full Listing: 214 E Alexandria Avenue (map)
- Price: $999,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Three
- Square Feet: 1,532
- Year Built: 1915
- Listing Agent: Jennifer Halm, Compass
Photo courtesy of Tammy Loverdos.
Three-Bedroom Elegance on Capitol Hill
This Capitol Hill home has designer touches everywhere you look. Designed by architect Christian Zapatka in 2017, the three-bedroom listing was inspired by historical European architecture. The listing's standout features include a great room with white oak flooring and 9-foot French doors and a kitchen with a wine tower, La Cornue stove and a Waterworks backsplash. The courtyard, designed with landscape architect Ohme Van Sweden, has a loggia with a Portuguese azulejo tile mural, four linden trees and a fountain. The home also has secure parking for two cars.
- Full Listing: 518 6th Street SE (map)
- Price: $2.75 million
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Year Built: 1900
- Listing Agents: Gary Jankowski, Michael Schaeffer, Coldwell Banker
Photo courtesy of Gordon Beall.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/best-new-listings-historic-in-brightwood-traditonal-in-del-ray/17875.
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