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Best New Listings: The Capitol Hill Edition
This week’s Best New Listings includes two different, but charming homes for sale on Capitol Hill.
A Charming Two-Bedroom on East Capitol Street
This two-bedroom condo is located in the charming Colcord building along East Capitol Street. The unit features dramatic French doors with an arched transom in the living room, high ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. There is hardwood flooring throughout, and both bedrooms feature double closets. The unit also features a washer/dryer and a deeded surface parking space.
- Full Listing: 310 East Capitol Street, Unit A (map)
- Price: $640,900
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 850
- Condo Fees: $375/month
- Listing Agent: Pat Cunningham, Compass
Photo courtesy of Blue Skye Media.
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All About the Woodwork
One of the owners favorite things about this four-bedroom home along 5th Street NE are the woodworking details, including the original pocket doors and trim. UrbanTurf likes the fact that the listing is on a street that dead-ends into Stanton Park. Other standout features of the spacious rowhome include a covered porch, a living room with 9.5’ ceilings, and a fully remodeled lower level with LTV flooring, a living space for movie nights, a workshop, play area and full kitchen Oh, and there is a cherry blossom tree out back, as well as a covered deck.
- Full Listing: 643 5th Street NE (map)
- Price: $1,399,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: Three
- Square Feet: 2,195
- Year Built: 1910
- Listing Agents: Yanira Rodriguez, Carol Hermandorfer, Long & Foster Real Estate
Photo courtesy of DS Creative Group.
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