This week’s best new listings are all three-bedroom properties: a rowhouse in Capitol Hill with a large backyard, a home in Petworth for under $500K and a 16-window corner property in Georgetown.
Three-Bedroom Capitol Hill Rowhouse with Large Backyard
1010 Independence Avenue SE (see map here)
This three-bedroom rowhouse on Capitol Hill still has its original doors and trimwork making it stand out from similar properties in DC that have been completely renovated. There are 9-foot ceilings and exposed brick walls on the main floor, as well as a large sitting room and large dining room, two fireplaces, and an updated kitchen. The home also has a large backyard, but does not come with a parking space. For the full listing, click here.
Three-Bedroom Rowhouse in Petworth for Under $500K
106 Varnum Street NW (see map here)
This renovated three-bedroom in Petworth has a large open floor plan on the first floor that, combined with the hardwood floors and many original details, makes the property very inviting when you walk through the front door. There are two large bedrooms on the second floor, and one smaller room that could be used as a den or a bedroom. There is a patio in front of the house and a detached garage that is large enough for a small car in back. For the full listing, click here.
Three-Bedroom Home in Georgetown with 16 Windows
3500 T Street NW (see map here)
Only in a buyer’s market could you find a three-bedroom home in Georgetown for under $1 million. This property in the Burleith section of the neighborhood sits on the corner of the block and with 16 windows, gets a lot of natural light. The home was renovated in 2004, almost a century after it was originally built. Like the property above in Petworth, there are two large bedrooms upstairs and a third smaller one that could also serve as a den. For the full listing, click here.
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