In this installment of Under Contract, UrbanTurf revisits a number of recently featured homes as well as one of DC’s most expensive houses.
A Burleith Loft Sells in Three Weeks
While the Burleith neighborhood is not one typically associated with contemporary, loft-like design, this spacious semi-detached home has it in spades. The main floor has open sightlines and a steel spiral stair leading to the sunken living room, where a wall of windows frames tall French doors. Natural light also floods in courtesy of the massive 8-by-8 foot skylight above the large slatted stairwell. The second and third bedrooms both have a geometric array of multiple windows and the roof deck offers treetop views.
- Full Listing: 3541 S Street NW (map)
- Price: $1.8 million
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 4.5
- Square Feet: 3,545
- Year Built: 1912
- Days on Market: 23
- Listing Agent: Lenore Rubino, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
About Two Months For New Logan Townhouse
This 3,800 square-foot new five-bedroom condo in Logan Circle was originally listed for nearly $3 million in early September, and recently found a buyer when listed at $2.65 million. The property has plenty to offer, including a sleek dichromatic kitchen with Calacatta slab marble on the open main level, an elevator, a two-bedroom basement apartment, a parking space, and a lot of classic charm courtesy of its bay windows, traditional exterior with intricate brickwork and restored doors.
- Full Listing: 1600 13th Street NW, #A (map)
- Price: $2,999,900
- Bedrooms: Five
- Bathrooms: 4.5
- HOA Fees: $410/month
- Square Feet: 3,800
- Days on Market: 61
- Listing Agent: Andrew Riguzzi, Compass
One of the District’s Most Expensive Home Goes Under Contract
This massive East Village mansion spent a total of about 18 months on the market before finding a buyer. However, any house that has nine bedrooms, eight full baths, three half baths, a wood-paneled library, multiple terraces, a circular side driveway, a sweeping brick patio and a swimming pool will wait for the right buyer. Two of the bedrooms and bathrooms are housed in the basement, creating a lower-level in-law suite with separate entrance.
- Full Listing: 3053 P Street NW (map)
- Price: $8,750,000
- Bedrooms: Nine
- Bathrooms: 9.5
- Year Built: 1875
- Square Feet: 6,372
- Days on Market: 61
- Listing Agent: Ellen Morrell, Washington Fine Properties
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