UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • August 17, 2016

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.

409 Kentucky Ave SE

Listing agent
Meg Shapiro
Mobile: 202-329-4068
Office: 202-545-6900

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3-bedroom / 1-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Capitol Hill in Washington

Inviting 2 level, 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom townhouse with deep shady lemonade-sipping front yard, private rear slate patio and SURPRISE: unique detached art studio/carriage house/outdoor pavilion. Original woodwork, tin ceilings, decorative mantle, gleaming hardwoods, transoms. Radiator heat, central AC. Perfectly located in burgeoning SE! Metro, Eastern Mkt & more!

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409 Kentucky Ave SE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

4224 4th Street NW

Listing agent
Ryan DaSilva
Mobile: 240.606.5660
Office: 202.386.6330

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3-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Petworth in Washington

OPEN SUN 8/14, 1-4PM! Spacious 3BR/2.5BA row home in the heart of Petworth! 3 levels of living space flushed with light in every room. Located on a quiet tree-lined street, this row home also features an updated kitchen, updated common and master bathrooms, gorgeous original flooring, brand new windows and roof. Great bones and a perfect starter home in one of DC~s most sought after neighborhoods!

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4224 4th Street NW
(Petworth in Washington)

1300 N Street NW, #512

Listing agent
David Shotwell
Mobile: 202.297.4094
Office: 202.386.6330

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0-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Logan Circle in Washington

Wonderful studio-condo in Logan Circle! The home showcases a bright and airy floor plan accented by large industrial windows, bamboo HDWDs, and 10 foot+ ceilings. Gourmet KIT w/ Zodiac countertops, dishwasher, and gas cooking. Huge, walk-in closet w/ Elfa system. Large tiled BA. In-Unit Washer/Dryer. Steps from one of Washington, DC’s most popular neighborhoods! Nearby METRO, Restaurants, and more!

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1300 N Street NW, #512
(Logan Circle in Washington)

333 2nd Street NE, #207

Listing agent
Todd Vassar
Mobile: 202.384.7405
Office: 202.386.6330

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

Bright + airy 1BR/1BA condo in Capitol Hill. Updated bathroom. Open concept kitchen with spacious living/dining combo. Generously sized bedroom. Lots of closet space. Condo fee includes utilities! Steps from Union Station (rail, bus, train, shopping, more)+ the restaurants, retail, and nightlife of Capitol Hill and the H Street Corridor.

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333 2nd Street NE, #207
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

5328 4th St. NW - (4) New 2BR Condos

Listing agent
Chris Burns
TTR Sotheby's International Realty
Mobile: 301-467-8385
Office: 202-334-3344

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Petworth / Brightwood in Washington

New 2BR units now available from $339k! Contemporary design, thriving location and a secure feel for discerning urban dwellers. Each unit includes private parking & outdoor space. Pet-friendly w/ extensive side yard. • 2BR/2BA (~940 SQF) and 2BR/1BA (~785 SQF) Options • Condo Fees: $193-218/mo • Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliances • Granite Countertops • Ensuite BA • W/D • Video Intercom System ***Interior photos taken of Unit 3. Other units may vary in design, layout and size.

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5328 4th St. NW - (4) New 2BR Condos
(Petworth / Brightwood in Washington)

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