UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • September 15, 2010

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. Agents, to learn more about UrbanTurf Listings, see the introduction and FAQ.

115 E St SE #303

Listing agent
Dina Paxenos
Long & Foster Real Estate
Mobile: 202-256-1624
Office: 202-364-5200

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1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Capitol Hill in Washington

Everything is near this E St condo. Capitol South metro 1.5 blocks, Navy Yard (green) 1/2 mile, 3 blocks to Capitol building, approximately 10 min walk to National stadium, Eastern Market, Barracks Row, many parks, restaurants, etc! Top floor, monument and treetop views from bay window. Central A/C, fireplace, H/W floors, condo fee includes all utilities. extra-storage included, Pet friendly building, no rental restrictions. FHA-not yet but should meet requirements.

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115 E St SE #303
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

1009 15th Street, SE

Listing agent
Lance Horsley
Mobile: 202-460-4000
Office: 202-364-5200

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4-bedroom / 2-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Capitol Hill in Washington

3-story Federal, 3 BR and 1 renovated BA. Walkout BASEMENT with a full BA and kitchenette - presents the perfect setup for an au pair suite! The first floor offers an open floor plan, a large new GOURMET KITCHEN; with European-style cabinets, honed marble counter, stainless appliance package to include gas cooking and counter top-depth side-by-side refrigerator, hidden Bosch dishwasher and matching island with butcher block counters for easy food preparation! Stunning original hardwoods.

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1009 15th Street, SE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

1832 16th St NW

Listing agent
David Bediz
Coldwell Banker
Office: 202 352 8456

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7-bedroom / 4.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Dupont Circle in Washington

Live luxuriously in grand style and unprecedented space in the heart of Dupont. The 20-ft wide manse clad in serpentine stone and completely restored in 2006, has roughly 5,000 sq ft of living area & 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms upstairs, plus a separate lower level unit with additional 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath.Behind the home is a lovely patio accessible to both upper and lower level units, & 2 car parking. To the front, 16th St is buffered by a beautiful garden.

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1832 16th St NW
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

910 M Street NW #720

Listing agent
Fernando Garcia
Continental Properties, Ltd.
Mobile: 202-907-8907
Office: 202-966-0019

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo
Shaw in Washington

HUGE PRICE REDUCTION!!! Enjoy the view of the nation's capital from your HUGE terrace. Come inside to a 2-bed, 2.5 bath, 2,000 s. f. in the sky. Granite countertops, hardwood floors, marble vanities, custom cabinets, stainless-steel appliances, surround sound throughout and so much more. Two parking spaces are also on offer, along with an extra storage room. 1 block from the Mt. Vernon Square Metro

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910 M Street NW #720
(Shaw in Washington)

5201 Wisconsin Ave NW #205

Listing agent
Stephanie Bredahl
Urban Pace
Office: 202.841.7784

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1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Friendship Heights in Washington

BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION in the heart of Friendship Heights. 60% Sold! Last week to customize your unit! High end finishes incl silestone counters, hardwd flrs, KitchenAid & Bosch appl, Grohe fixtures, & custom backsplashes. Concierge & Zen courtyard. 1.5 blocks to FH metro, Mazza Gallery, theatres, Whole Foods, Restaurants. Delivery end of 2010. $9K concession covers your closing costs!

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5201 Wisconsin Ave NW #205
(Friendship Heights in Washington)

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