Best New Listings: 6,000 Square Feet, A Log Cabin and a Winery

by Tianna Mañón

In this week’s Best New Listings, UrbanTurf looks at a house near the Cathedral with a surprising basement, a traditional home with unorthodox colors off Georgia Avenue and a Maryland farm house that is a far cry from the typical ranch.

Best New Listings: 6,000 Square Feet, A Log Cabin and a Winery: Figure 1

A Four-Bedroom Tucked Away Near the Cathedral

This four-bedroom is tucked away in a pocket off Wisconsin and Massachusetts Avenue NW where homes don’t frequently come on the market. The listing has a mostly traditional floor plan with a fireplace and built-in shelving in the living room and an updated kitchen with a thin island. The far wall of the kitchen is a set of double glass doors that lead to a stone patio and a landscaped yard with a pond. One of the best features of the house is the modern lower level, which was recently renovated. It has white tiled flooring, track lighting and built-in shelving to create a long entertainment system.

  • Full Listing: 2817 38th Street NW (map)
  • Price: $1,199,000
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Year Built: 1915
  • Listing Agent: Paul Pike, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Best New Listings: 6,000 Square Feet, A Log Cabin and a Winery: Figure 2

A Colorful Petworth Home

This six-bedroom home has great curb appeal with solid blue shutters against a white exterior. Bold color is actually a trend throughout the rest of the house as well: the living space is red, the dining room is green, and the kitchen is a deep blue. Upstairs, the bedrooms are sizable and the bathrooms are mostly simple. However, one has a skylight over the tub, giving potentially great light to relaxing homeowners. The backyard is large and landscaped with plenty of room for entertaining

  • Full Listing: 1218 Delafield Place NW (map)
  • Price: $799,000
  • Bedrooms: Six
  • Bathrooms: 2.5
  • Year Built: 1915
  • Square Footage: 2,787
  • Listing Agent: Chris Suranna, Real Living At Home

Best New Listings: 6,000 Square Feet, A Log Cabin and a Winery: Figure 3

6,000 Square Feet, A Log Cabin and a Winery

Built and used as a hunting club in Potomac in the 1920s, this sprawling estate comes with a main house, a photography studio, a separate log cabin and a structure that is being described as either stables or a winery. The main home spreads out over 6,000 square feet and is slightly dated, but there are some modern elements like glass-walled showers, jetted tubs and sleek fireplaces. Outside, there is a pool, a landscaped yard and parking for several cars.

  • Full Listing: 12220 Stoney Creek Road (map)
  • Price: $3.9 million
  • Bedrooms: Nine
  • Bathrooms: Nine
  • Year Built: 1920
  • Square Footage: 6,694
  • Listing Agent: Mary Magner, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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