Best New Listings: Translucence in Glen Echo Heights

by Nena Perry-Brown

This week’s Best New Listings includes condos in Logan Circle and Lincoln Park, and translucent stories in Glen Echo Heights.

A Picture-Perfect Jameson in Glen Echo

Designed by architect David Jameson, this 4,700 square-foot Glen Echo Heights house is an old UrbanTurf favorite. The rectilinear exterior of the steel-framed house evokes an old Instamatic camera, highlighting a lightwell that creates a double-height space at the center of the living room. This room also has a floating fireplace opposite sliding glass doors that open out onto a frameless glass-bordered balcony that is also accessible from the owner's bedroom. On the second level, the aforementioned lightwell is surrounded by a deck with views of the Potomac River, accessible via a loft/office with shelving lining a floor-to-ceiling window seat. The walk-out lower level has a family room, wine cellar, laundry room, and three bedroom suites, and the backyard terraces down to a pool deck with hot tub and translucent pool house.

  • Full Listing: 6415 Dahlonega Road (map)
  • Price: $3,495,000
  • Bedrooms: Five
  • Bathrooms: 6.5
  • Square Feet: 4,724
  • Year Built: 1969
  • Listing Agent: Lauren Davis, TTR Sotheby's International Realty

Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.

One and Den on Logan Circle One-Way

On a hidden one-way street in Logan Circle, this one bedroom plus-den unit offers over 1,100 square feet of space. The unit has travertine and hardwood floors, its circular entryway funneling into the hallway, leading into the bright living/dining room with double exposure courtesy of two types of oversized windows. A gas fireplace in the living room creates a nook near a window, and the kitchen sits around the corner behind a built-out breakfast bar opposite the L-shaped array. The owner's bedroom sits behind pocket doors and has an oversized gridded window, the laundry closet, and a pentagonal shower stall. The building has a shared roof deck, and the unit also comes with extra storage and a secured parking space with an electric charger.

  • Full Listing: 1741 Johnson Avenue NW, #201 (map)
  • Price: $875,000
  • Bedrooms: One
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Feet: 1,118
  • HOA Fees: $548/month
  • Year Built: 1998
  • Listing Agent: Erich Cabe, Compass

Photo courtesy of Peter Evans Photography.

A Walk-Out Car Barn Condo

This lower level garden-style unit sits in the gated Car Barn community on Capitol Hill, complete with a red brick areaway at the front door. The one-bedroom enters into a generous open living/dining room with a corner wood-burning fireplace. Past the dining nook, the galley kitchen has a narrow subway-style backsplash, granite countertops, and side-by-side pantry and laundry closets behind a barn door. The spacious bedroom has two walk-in closets with industrial-style custom shelving. The community also has a pool deck.

  • Full Listing: 32 15th Street NE, #32 (map)
  • Price: $399,999
  • Bedrooms: One
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Square Feet: 709
  • HOA Fees: $286/month
  • Year Built: 1980
  • Listing Agents: Jeanne Harrison, Alex Schindlbeck, Compass

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