Best New Listings: Logan Circle, Columbia Heights and Eastern Market

by Mark Wellborn

In this week’s edition of Best New Listings, we look at a one-bedroom on the top-floor of a three-unit Logan Circle building, a 1,135 square-foot condo with a covered deck in Columbia Heights, and a three-bedroom end unit row home around the corner from Eastern Market.

Top-Level One-Bedroom Condo in Three-Unit Logan Circle Building


There aren’t many one-bedroom penthouse units in small boutique buildings in DC. Not only does this condo sit on the top level of a three-unit project on the eastern edge of Logan Circle, it has 13-foot ceilings, a fireplace framed by two large windows, and a spacious contemporary living space. The 650 square-foot listing has a small foyer and stairway that leads up to the main level, and the building is also just a couple blocks from the Mount Vernon Square Metro on the Green and Yellow Lines.

  • Full listing: 922 N Street NW, #301 (map)
  • Price: $315,000
  • Bedrooms: One
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Square Footage: 650
  • Listing Agent: Megan Markey, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

1,135 Square-Foot Two-Bedroom Condo With Covered Deck in Columbia Heights


The best part of this 1,135 square-foot two-bedroom Columbia Heights condo (in UrbanTurf’s humble opinion) is the covered deck that sits off the back of the building. However, the unit also has a set of bay windows in the living and dining area and a very large master bedroom. The four-unit boutique project was renovated in 2006 and is about two blocks from Meridian Hill Park.

  • Full Listing: 1429 Clifton Street NW, #3 (map)
  • Price: $569,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Footage: 1,136
  • Listing Agent: Phyllis Alexander, Long & Foster

Photo courtesy of Peter Evans Photography


Three-Bedroom End Unit Row Home Around the Corner From Eastern Market

This three-bedroom end-unit row home around the corner from Eastern Market has a number of cool things going for it. There is a small seating area in the living room surrounded by windows, the kitchen has two walls of exposed brick (not a very common feature for DC homes), and an office on the second level that also has a wall of exposed brick. The listing has a brick patio and garden in back, as well as an oversized one-car garage, so parking will not be an issue for the eventual owner.

  • Full Listing: 324 8th Street SE (map)
  • Price: $759,000
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Footage: 1,902
  • Listing Agent: George Torres, RE/MAX Allegiance

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/best_new_listings_logan_circle_columbia_heights_and_eastern_market/3455


  1. H Street Landlord said at 10:54 am on Monday May 9, 2011:

    Price seems low for the Eastern Market home?

  1. Julia said at 11:05 am on Monday May 9, 2011:

    I think the eastern market home is priced to sell. Same with logan circle. nice picks.

  1. JT said at 11:32 am on Monday May 9, 2011:

    The Eastern Market home sounds like a steal.  However, eventually, the Hine Junior High School site (across the street) will be a construction zone for a while when they finally tear it down and build the mega complex of condos/apts/shops/offices.  Once finished though, the location will be amazin.

  1. Kim said at 11:54 am on Monday May 9, 2011:

    I think the Eastern Market home is priced to start a bidding war. It’s not laughably low or anything, but I’m guessing it will go for over asking.

  1. CHguy said at 12:17 pm on Monday May 9, 2011:

    I agree on the EM house
    The CH condo I think is over priced. That place is a 1 bedroom and a den not two bed room. And the out doorspace is off the master bedroom, which to me is not appealing for entertaining or BBQ which is the two best reasons to have outdoor space.

    The place is nice just not that nice

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