This week’s Best New Listings includes a small but smart one-bedroom, a mid-century two-story house, and a rowhouse with solar panels and an in-law suite.
A Solar-Powered Rowhouse
This Truxton Circle rowhouse has weathered brick walls throughout and a bay window and corner fireplace in the living room. Beside the kitchen, the dining area has a mudroom-like built-in unit across from sliding glass doors out to the deck. The owner's bedroom has a small balcony and there is also a lower-level in-law suite with a one-wall kitchen, separate front entrance, and a covered and fenced-in rear brick patio. The house also has a rooftop solar panel array.
- Full Listing: 19 Q Street NW (map)
- Price: $1,049,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Three
- Square Feet: 1,565
- Year Built: 1900
- Listing Agent: Laura London, Compass
Photo courtesy of K. Carney.
Mid-Century Style in Holmes Run
Abutting Holmes Run in Falls Church, this mid-century house has an open-concept main level with clerestory windows beneath its vaulted ceiling, The lower level has a rec room with hardwood floors and a separate area with stone tile floors and a nook with wood-planked walls and a wet bar with a butcher-block countertop. There is also a Florida room affixed to the rear of the house with sliding glass doors on three sides leading to a large wraparound deck.
- Full Listing: 3332 Ellis Court (map)
- Price: $725,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: Three
- Square Feet: 2,388
- Year Built: 1957
- Listing Agent: Olivia Adams, Compass
Photo courtesy of HDBros.
485 Efficient Square Feet in Kalorama
Over in Kalorama, this small one-bedroom has an efficient floorplan that earned an Architecture DC feature. The kitchen has open shelving and, on the other side of the island, molding frames a pair of windows beside a built-in cabinet/ledge, creating an intimate dining area. The hall is roomy enough for an office area opposite two sets of shelving on either side of the pocket doors to the bedroom which features a walk-in closet.
- Full Listing: 1901 Columbia Road NW, #204 (map)
- Price: $360,000
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 485
- HOA Fees: $430/month
- Year Built: 1932
- Listing Agent: Jason Walder, Compass
Photo courtesy of Jason Walder.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/best-new-listings-small-and-smart-solar-powered-sort-of-secluded/18579.
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