Best New Listings: From 804 Square Feet to 3,800 Square Feet

by Nena Perry-Brown

This week’s Best New Listings range from a two-bedroom condo near Lincoln Park to a Penn Quarter residence that consists of two combined condos.

Best New Listings: From 804 Square Feet to 3,800 Square Feet: Figure 1

Under $470,000 For Two Bedrooms Near Lincoln Park

This two-bedroom condo offers the increasingly-rare opportunity to buy into the Capitol Hill/Lincoln Park area for less than a half-million dollars. The unit was carved out of a federal rowhouse and has several recessed areas in the living room, offering a desk or dining nook and spaces for extra storage alongside the fireplace. The galley kitchen is tucked away off the hall leading to the comparably-sized bedrooms, while the bathroom has decorative rows of glass block tiling beneath the ceiling on two sides.

  • Full Listing: 1443 East Capitol Street SE, #2 (map)
  • Price: $465,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: One
  • HOA Fees: $145/month
  • Square Feet: 804
  • Listing Agent: Phillip Allen, McEnearney Associates

Best New Listings: From 804 Square Feet to 3,800 Square Feet: Figure 2

Two Condos Become One in Penn Quarter

Combining two condos into one is much more common in New York City than DC, but this downtown unit may be a sign that the trend is increasing in DC. Right in the middle of Penn Quarter, this 3,800 square-foot residence, made up of two combined units, boasts a massive, window-lined open living space, complete with a living area and bar, family seating area, kitchen with breakfast bar, and a double-height dining area with balcony access. An exposed brick wall runs along the bar area and upstairs to the five bedrooms, which are all large and brightly-lit and have an abundance of closet space. Three of the bathrooms have double sinks and the unit also comes with two garage parking spaces.

  • Full Listing: 912 F Street NW, #505 (map)
  • Price: $2.6 million
  • Bedrooms: Five
  • Bathrooms: 4.5
  • Year Built: 2006
  • HOA Fees: $1,965/month
  • Square Feet: 3,800
  • Listing Agents: Joseph Poduslo and Jeff Lockard, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Best New Listings: From 804 Square Feet to 3,800 Square Feet: Figure 3

3,800 Square Feet at the Corner of 13th and Q

One of two new units at the corner of 13th and Q Street NW, this five-bedroom listing spreads out over 3,800 square feet of a Logan Circle townhouse. The unit still has some classic finishes, like carved French doors at the entrance and bay windows on two sides. The interior is contemporized elsewhere, like the dichromatic kitchen with countertops, waterfall island and backsplash all in Calacatta slab marble, as well as a gated elevator. The same marble is also used in a few of the bathrooms’ countertops, flooring and shower tiles. The house also has a spiral stair leading from the uppermost floor to a roof deck, a finished basement with a kitchenette and one-car parking.

  • Full Listing: 1600 13th Street NW, #A (map)
  • Price: $2,999,900
  • Bedrooms: Five
  • Bathrooms: 4.5
  • HOA Fees: $410/month
  • Square Feet: 3,800
  • Listing Agent: Andrew Riguzzi, Compass

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