UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • October 10, 2012

by UrbanTurf Staff

UrbanTurf Listings is a premium property listings service that showcases some of the most appealing for-sale homes from across the DC metropolitan area. Every week we will display the newest additions from the previous seven days. Below are this week’s newest properties for sale. Click the photo for each property to learn more about it.

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1823 Newton St NW The Mitchell Condominiums


Listing agent
Tyler Garrison
TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
Mobile: 2022562132
Office: 2022343344

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo
Mount Pleasant in Washington

Open Sun. Oct 14th 1-3pm. Close out pricing on the last 2 units (209 & 210) - both are 2BR/2.5BA w/ classic contemporary finishes and 1,350+sqft. Each unit feat HWFs, upscale kitchens w/ SS appliances & granite counters, luxurious bathrooms, custom built-in closets & multiple private decks. These units also inclu. 2-car parking. The Mitchell Condos are located w/in walking distance to 3 metro lines & the beautiful Rock Creek Park & entertainment hot spots of Columbia Heights & Adams Morgan.

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1823 Newton St NW The Mitchell Condominiums
(Mount Pleasant in Washington)

1310 Massachusetts Ave SE


Listing agent
Joe Reid
Coldwell Banker
Office: 202-641-5514

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4-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Capitol Hill in Washington

Recently updated 4-bed, 3.5-bath row house located next to Lincoln Park in historic Capitol Hill. Includes open living and dining rooms with early 20th century details: hardwood floors, pocket doors, fireplace, mantels, tiling in foyer—all original from 1906 construction. Home also includes updated kitchen w/ in-floor heating; front and rear entrances; huge back deck; private 2-car parking; and basement in-law suite. Close to Eastern Market, H Street Corridor, Metro Stations and bus routes.

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1310 Massachusetts Ave SE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

1701 16th St NW #417


Listing agent
Marriott Schnepp
Coldwell Banker
Office: 202-716-7000

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1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Dupont Circle in Washington

* * OPEN SUNDAY 2-4p * * Renovated 1 Bed/1 Bath with Stunning Sunset View of Masonic Temple! New HDWD Floors, Deluxe Kitchen and Bath with Granite Counters and Stainless Apps. Full size W/ D. Breakfast Bar and office nook. Walk to Metro! Fee 626.30 UM 334.99 tax 82.81 total 1044.10

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1701 16th St NW #417
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

5025 4th St NW


Listing agent
John Peters
Coldwell Banker
Mobile: 202-230-8791
Office: 202-387-6180

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3-bedroom / 2-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Petworth in Washington

Wonderful brick rowhouse on a quiet block in Petworth! Gourmet kitchen w/ island opens to spacious dining/living area and large rear deck perfect for entertaining. 3 BR upstairs w/ lrg updated bath w/ skylight. Fully finished basement can be 4th BR, den or office. Separate laundry and storage rooms on basement lvl with exit to charming fenced back yard. Could convert to parking space. MUST SEE!

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5025 4th St NW
(Petworth in Washington)

2012 Otis St NE


Listing agent
Karen Szala
Lindsay Reishman Real Estate
Mobile: 202-321-3056
Office: 202-421-1275

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3-bedroom / 2-bathroom House
Michigan Park in Washington

Located on a quiet street, 2012 Otis St NE is a charming home in Michigan Park. With 3BR/2BA, this home offers comfortable living close to all that D.C. has to offer. The covered porches offer a comfortable place to relax or entertain and the fenced in yard provides security for pets and children. There are hardwood floors throughout and the well-placed windows brighten up the entire space. You’ll be amazed at the size of the large backyard which makes 2012 Otis St NE such a great home!

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2012 Otis St NE
(Michigan Park in Washington)

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