Best New Listings: Reconfigured Rowhouses and Outdoor Spaces Everywhere
This week’s Best New Listings includes outdoor space near the Purple Line, a reconfigured rowhouse in Logan Circle, and a converted rowhouse-condo in Truxton Circle.
Outdoor Spaces Everywhere in Silver Spring
A few blocks from a future Purple Line station in Silver Spring, this renovated house has an abundance of outdoor spaces. Around the corner from the patio-like pavers near the front door, the backyard has a gazebo, and a path leads to a shed with a seating area. The dining room has two matching built-in bookcases on either side of the laundry room entrance, and a stone accent wall with a standalone wood-burning fireplace. The owner's bedroom upstairs has triple exposure and a walk-through closet, and the lower level has a rec room and an office/library with wet bar and shelving and backyard access. The house also has solar panels and a pond.
- Full Listing: 615 McNeill Road (map)
- Price: $1.15 million
- Bedrooms: Five
- Bathrooms: Four
- Square Feet: 2,753
- Year Built: 1936
- Listing Agent: Liz Brent, GO BRENT
Photo courtesy of HouseFli.
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A Reconfigured Logan Circle Rowhouse
The updates to this Logan Circle rowhouse reconfigure its traditional layout with the bay window housing the downward stair at the end of an open concept living/dining room. The main living space has a library ladder beside a fireplace that rolls along a long set of built-ins. A door beneath a transom leads out to the stone-and-pebble rear deck. On the lower level, a family room has a white painted brick wall, and the kitchen beyond has a breakfast bar island with a floating hood above an integrated cooktop. White painted brick accent walls form a backsplash on one wall and house a gas fireplace on the opposite wall, the latter between floating shelves above cabinets. The first upper landing creates a bi-level sitting room/den with corner built-ins and bay window.
- Full Listing: 1604 13th Street NW (map)
- Price: $1,595,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: Three
- Square Feet: 2,884
- Year Built: 1883
- Listing Agent: Daryl Judy, Washington Fine Properties
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
A Converted Condo in Truxton Circle
This one-bedroom listing was converted out of a Truxton Circle rowhouse and has access to a shared front patio and a private front porch. The living room has an exposed brick accent wall with a vertical wooden beam beside a few floating display ledges. The U-shaped kitchen has a breakfast bar island, quartz countertops, and a white subway tile backsplash. Past the hall laundry closet and half-bath, the bedroom has a walk-in closet, an en-suite bath with a frameless glass shower, and access to the private rear deck overlooking the patio. A nook beneath the property's stairs also creates additional storage space, and the unit comes with the lone secured parking space.
- Full Listing: 1615 1st Street NW, #2 (map)
- Price: $519,000
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: 1.5
- Square Feet: 695
- HOA Fees: $150/month
- Year Built: 1912
- Listing Agent: Kira Epstein Begal, Washington Fine Properties
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
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