Best New Listings: Near Two Northeast Parks and in the Hyattsville Historic District

  • July 17th 2020

by Nena Perry-Brown

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This week’s Best New Listings includes two turn-of-the-century rowhouses near two Northeast "Parks", and a two-bedroom bungalow in historic Hyattsville.

A Three-Bedroom Rowhouse Near Kingman Park

A flagstone patio with lighting sits next to the path to the front steps of this Tennessee Avenue home, and the entry vestibule beyond has black-and-white tiled floors and transom windows on either side. Weathered brick offers an accent wall along the entry hall and up the stairway, and there are restored hardwood floors throughout. The living room has a tripartite bay window and an angled fireplace that abuts a complementary angled fireplace in the adjacent dining area, which also enjoys a dogleg window. The U-shaped kitchen has patterned black-and-white floors, white subway-tiled walls, and a concealed hood above the oven. Off the upstairs landing, the owner's bedroom has a bay window and nearly a full wall of closets, and the second bedroom has shelves recessed into the side of a bed nook. The shared full bath also has recessed shelves, along with rectangular marble tile on the walls and black honeycomb-tiled floors. The unfinished basement provides ample storage space and a laundry area, and a fenced-in rear brick patio and firewood shed.

  • Full Listing: 526 Tennessee Avenue NE (map)
  • Price: $839,000
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: 1.5
  • Square Feet: 1,440
  • Year Built: 1900
  • Listing Agent: James Thomley, RLAH Real Estate

836 Square Feet in Historic Hyattsville

This quaint bungalow sits on a large lot in the Hyattsville Historic District and packs a lot of living space into a small package. Upon entry, the narrow living room has a ceiling fan and double exposure, and a wide doorway leads into the dining area, where a breakfast bar peninsula sits beneath double-sided floating cabinets and also offers cabinet space underneath. On one side of the galley kitchen beyond, cabinets and cubbies sit above a pipe-framed built-in shelving unit with a counter; on the other side, a matching pipe-and-shelf unit sits above the window, itself above a farmhouse sink with drainboard, next to the oven with subway tile backsplash. A hall off the dining area leads to the full bath and the bedrooms, both of which have double exposure; the owner's bedroom also has a built-out closet and a shelf fitted above the radiator. The partially-finished lower level offers a rec room with laundry area and storage space, and also provides second egress (along with the kitchen) to the garden-framed backyard with brick patio area.

  • Full Listing: 4101 Madison Street (map)
  • Price: $360,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Square Feet: 836 
  • Year Built: 1924
  • Listing Agent: Carolyn Jordan, GO BRENT

Turn-of-the-Century Style Near Lincoln Park

This semi-detached three-bedroom rowhouse has a front porch and a separate vestibule with tiled floors. The main level retains its original hardwood floors and woodwork, and the U-shaped kitchen has a breakfast bar peninsula, a herringbone-patterned backsplash, a stainless steel hood above the oven, and cabinetry surrounding the fridge. Each of the bedrooms upstairs has a hinged transom above the door, and the owner's bedroom also has a wide bay window, a pair of double closets, and an en-suite bath with white glass subway tiles on all of the walls except for the accent wall in the frameless glass shower, which has charcoal tiles in a herringbone pattern. A shared bathroom on this level has heated floors, a standalone tub with showerhead, and a built-in Bluetooth speaker. The lower level offers a rec room and enough space for a laundry area and a sleeping nook, and also has access to the rear concrete patio/parking pad beneath a concrete porch. 

  • Full Listing: 24 16th Street NE (map)
  • Price: $924,900
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: Three
  • Square Feet: 1,873
  • Year Built: 1910
  • Listing Agents: Michael Lederman, Brian O Hora, Compass

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