UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • October 26, 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.

1701 16th St. NW #411

Listing agent
Jason Skipworth
DC Living Real Estate, LLC
Mobile: 2023024938
Office: 2023370501

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Co-op
Dupont Circle/Logan Circle in Washington

Fantastic 2-bedroom with open floor plan for entertaining! Spacious corner courtyard home. Wood floors throughout! Tons of kitchen storage w/island, 42" maple cabinets, granite & stainless! Large closets throughout with organization systems. Front-loading W/D. Travertine bath w/pedestal sink & window. ONLY PAY ELECTRIC-CABLE, HBO & INTERNET INCLUDED! Building gym, roof deck, 24/7 Security, rental/bike storage. Unique/rare 3-car secure parking included! You'll always have your own guests parking!

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1701 16th St. NW #411
(Dupont Circle/Logan Circle in Washington)

3322 Prospect Street NW

Listing agent
Elizabeth Hughes
DCRE Residential
Mobile: 2022777553
Office: 2022991100

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4-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Georgetown in Washington

Renovated classic Georgetown rowhouse w/ traditional details. Top floor has 3BR/2BA, lower level has flexible BR/den space and a living room w/ wet bar and full bath. Main floor living and dining share a stunning marble fireplace. You enter the gourmet kitchen after leaving the dining room, passing a half bath in good spot when entertaining guests. An outdoor flagstone patio and garden are out back. The home comes with a fully paid 1 year lease on parking at garage behind the property

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3322 Prospect Street NW
(Georgetown in Washington)

637 20th Street NE

Listing agent
Michael Gailey
Mobile: 240.393.2717
Office: 202.386.6330

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Town/rowhouse
H Street Corridor in Washington

Recently renovated top to bottom, this 2BR Rowhouse in H Street/Kingman Park is the perfect condo alternative! Main level features HDWD floors, spacious LR, & Chef's Kitchen w/ dining nook. Upper level features MBR w/ two closets, BA w/ skylight, & 2nd full BR. Large private Back Deck and Patio are perfect for entertaining! 2 blocks to DC Streetcar, close to H Street dining and RFK dev! OH Sun 1-4

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637 20th Street NE
(H Street Corridor in Washington)

800 4th Street SW, #S625

Listing agent
David Shotwell
Mobile: 202.297.4094
Office: 202.386.6330

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0-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
SW Waterfront in Washington

OPEN SAT & SUN, 1-3PM! Spacious studio/1BA in Potomac Place Tower w/ private balcony & southwestern views. Full bath & kitchen w/ dishwasher, refrigerator w/ icemaker & gas cooking. Excellent storage, 2 large closets & storage unit #S024 in building. Condo fees include electricity, gas, heat, a/c, water & sewer.

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800 4th Street SW, #S625
(SW Waterfront in Washington)

1332 Belmont Street NW, #101

Listing agent
Daniel Brewer
Mobile: 202.277.9099
Office: 301.298.1001

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
U Street/Columbia Heights in Washington

OPEN SAT 1-3pm & SUN 1-4pm! This huge 2BR+den/2BA condo offers a modern interior w/dramatic 15ft ceilings & windows, gas FP w/built-ins & private balcony w/sweeping city views. Exotic HDWD floors flow into the gourmet KIT w/breakfast bar, SS appliances & european cabinets. Spacious BRS boast walk-in closets & Italian-tiled BA. Located moments to all U St, Logan & Columbia Heights has to offer.

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1332 Belmont Street NW, #101
(U Street/Columbia Heights in Washington)

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