Best New Listings: Shaw, Kalorama and U Street Corridor

by Mark Wellborn

In this week’s edition of Best New Listings, we look at a 1,200 square-foot two-bedroom in a converted Victorian near the Convention Center, a $199,000 unit in Kalorama and a four-level 1890s Victorian in the U Street Corridor.

1,200 Square-Foot Two-Bedroom Unit in Converted Victorian


This two-bedroom unit is located in an old Victorian home near the Convention Center that was converted to well-appointed condos several years ago. The 1,200 square-foot property has a large sunny living room as well as a separate dining room with a wood-burning fireplace. Large windows and high ceilings complement a spacious master bedroom with large closets. Condo fees are a sticking point for a lot of buyers these days, but at $233/month, the fees for this unit are fairly low. For the full listing, click here.

901 M Street NW, #201 (map)

  • Price: $530,000
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Square Footage: 1,200
  • Listing Agent: Leyla Phelan, Evers & Company Real Estate

$199,000 Kalorama Junior One-Bedroom For The Young Buyer Tired of Renting


If you are fed up with renting, but want to live in a popular DC neighborhood and don’t mind not having much space, this fifth-floor unit overlooking Kalorama Triangle could be your home. In addition to hardwood floors, high ceilings and windows that let in a good deal of light, the unit has a small sleeping nook, so it doesn’t completely feel like you are living in just one room. The building has private storage, a bike room, and a roof deck overlooking the Ellington Bridge and Rock Creek Park. At 20 percent down and a 4.7 percent interest rate, your monthly payments (including fees) are approximately $950/month. For the full listing, click here.

2456 20th Street NW, #501 (map)

  • Price: $199,000
  • Bedrooms: One
  • Bathrooms: One
  • Square Footage: 420
  • Listing Agent: Ken Johnson, DCRealEstate.com

Four-Level 1890s Victorian in U Street Corridor


This 3,350 square-foot four-level Victorian hasn’t lost much of its luster in the 120 years since it was built. The pine floors have been refinished, the transoms and doors restored, and new custom wood blinds and wood doors have been added, but it still has the feel of a home that has been in the neighborhood for a century. We like that the master bedroom suite, with a double closet and clawfoot tub and rain shower in the bathroom, is on the top floor of the home and that the second and third bedrooms on the level just below have fairly generous dimensions. The main level has a separate living room, dining room, and an updated kitchen that leads to a back deck and detached garage, and the basement has been fully finished with high ceilings, a family room and another bedroom. For the full listing, click here.

1915 13th Street NW (map)

  • Price: $1.1 Million
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Square Footage: 3,354
  • Listing Agent: Morgan Knull, RE/MAX Gateway

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/best_new_listings_shaw_kalorama_u_street_corridor/2818

1 Comment

  1. Emily said at 9:34 am on Monday January 10, 2011:

    Great choices this week. Love all of them!

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