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Best New Listings: Traditional From Silver Spring to Bloomingdale

  • August 24th 2018

by UrbanTurf Staff

This week’s Best New Listings includes two homes that are traditional of the areas where they are located. 


Best New Listings: Traditional From Silver Spring to Bloomingdale: Figure 1

An Oversized Traditional Colonial in Indian Spring

This expanded colonial in the Indian Spring neighborhood of Silver Spring offers a good deal of square footage for the asking price. The main level has the floorplan of a traditional colonial, but also includes a screened porch and a large family room with skylights and an oversized window. The three bedrooms are all good-sized and the home comes with a large fenced-in yard and a garage. 


Best New Listings: Traditional From Silver Spring to Bloomingdale: Figure 2

Traditional and Typical of Bloomingdale

This four-bedroom Victorian is the traditional type of home that one might find in LeDroit Park or Bloomingdale. The main level has an open floorplan with living, dining and kitchen areas as well as a half bath. Off the kitchen is a sliding door that opens to a back deck and two-car parking. There are three bedrooms on the home's upper level, including a master suite with a closet with custom shelving, built in shelving and an en-suite bathroom. The separately metered in-law suite on the lower level has a bedroom and bathroom, as well as a living, kitchen and dining areas. 

  • Full Listing: 137 Thomas Street NW (map
  • Price: $1.1 million
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Year Built: 1909
  • Listing Agents: Kelly Ann Gray and Michael Gailey, Compass

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