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First Look: Turn-Key 4-Bedroom Nestled in All That Brookland + Woodridge Have to Offer
An ideally located, beautifully finished townhome has just come on the market in Northeast DC. Priced at $698,000 offering ample outdoor space, this home is expected to sell quickly.
Located at 3125 18th Street NE, the recently renovated four-bedroom home is surrounded by green spaces—including Barnard Hill Park, Taft Field, Turkey Thicket Playground and Chuck Brown Memorial Park—and quiet residential streets, yet is within walking distance of many new restaurants and offerings in the popular Brookland and Woodridge neighborhoods.
With wonderful natural light and an open floor plan, 3125 18th Street NE spreads out over three levels with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. Beautiful details throughout include oversized windows, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, stunning light fixtures, as well as new window blinds and runner carpeting.
The kitchen, which has access to a rear deck, boasts a large center island, white shaker cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances. A powder room completes the first floor of the home.
The second level features the primary bedroom with an en-suite full bathroom. Two additional sun-filled bedrooms and a full hall bathroom complete the second floor of the home. While the attic provides ample storage, the lower level boasts the fourth bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a private entrance, a recreation room, a laundry area and designated outdoor storage.
The home’s outdoor spaces include a landscaped front yard with a brick walkway leading to a welcoming front porch recently redone to include a retractable awning, as well as a custom cedar front door with a smart lock for keyless entry. The rear of the house includes a redesigned stone patio with a raised cedar planter overlooking the fenced-in yard.
For more information or to arrange a tour, contact Compass listing agents Dana Rice, at 202-669-6908 or firstname.lastname@example.org; and Brian Myles at 240.472.6060 or email@example.com. The full listing can also found online here.
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