UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • October 31, 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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803 Houston Ave

Listing agent
Carlos Garcia
eng garcia properties, LLC
Mobile: 202.253.6177
Office: 202.290.1313

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4-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom House
Takoma Park in Takoma Park

Gorgeous custom built home! Large rooms. Efficient layout. Host formal events or intimate ones in private back yard. Chef's KIT w granite. Lower level is great as playroom or TV room. Charming carriage house, built-ins, stained glass, walkways & arch details. This is no cookie cutter home! Historic Takoma Park offers small town feel yet EZ access to TP Metro, Silver Spring.

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803 Houston Ave
(Takoma Park in Takoma Park)

1903 Kearney St NE

Listing agent
Jenn Smira
Lindsay Reishman Real Estate
Mobile: 202-340-7576
Office: 202-491-1275

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3-bedroom / 1.5-bathroom House
Brookland in Washington

Located on a quiet street, 1903 Kearney St NE is minutes from downtown Brookland. Spacious and inviting, this 3BR+Den/1.5BA home is unique and move-in ready! With original floors, built-ins, and an etched brick mantle fireplace in the living room, this home is a MUST SEE! The kitchen showcases slate floors, ample cabinets, + lots of counter space. You’ll see that there is an expansive fenced in backyard that has room for multiple entertainment spaces. This home has it all!

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1903 Kearney St NE
(Brookland in Washington)

1821 Florida Ave NW

Listing agent
Andy Peers
Lindsay Reishman Real Estate
Mobile: 202-579-9707
Office: 202-491-1275

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom House
Kalorama in Washington

This SHOW-STOPPING Kalorama landmark is a RARE FIND and offers a new experience that could be yours! With four levels of gorgeous indoor/outdoor living/entertaining space including a jaw dropping private roof deck, 1821 Florida Ave NW gives you a one of a kind view of the Washington Monument and the D.C. skyline! Located at the convergence of Kalorama, DuPont Circle, and Adams Morgan, this home adds convenience and excitement to an already amazing city lifestyle with a ‘Walk Score’ of 97!

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1821 Florida Ave NW
(Kalorama in Washington)

1704 16th St NW #1

Listing agent
David Getson
Coldwell Banker
Office: 202-557-5411

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
Dupont Circle in Washington

Dupont boutique condo with parking! Gracious and open living space with private outdoor spaces blends historic details and modern convenience. Lovingly maintained with 2 fully renovated bathrooms, refinished hardwoods, new stainless appls and custom built-in bookcases. Large master suite. Walk to Dupont, Logan, U St. 6 blocks to Red and Green lines. Amazingly quiet. Pet-friendly. In-home W/ D.

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1704 16th St NW #1
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

7201 Beechwood Rd.

Listing agent
Michael Shapiro
Long and Foster
Mobile: 301-503-6171
Office: 703-683-0400

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4-bedroom / 2-bathroom House
Hollin Hills in Alexandria

From the pages of Dwell magazine. Sleek, modern renovation of two-level Goodman mid-century modern in Hollin Hills. 4 bed/2 bath with 2,350 sq. ft. Perched atop wooded .39 acre corner lot. Top level open kitchen/living/dining w/walls of glass in the trees. Two fireplaces. Bosch stainless steel appliances, Toto toilets. New HVAC, water heater, roof. Freshly painted in and out.

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7201 Beechwood Rd.
(Hollin Hills in Alexandria)

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