UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • November 23, 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.

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1837 Wyoming Ave NW, #C

Listing agent
Daniel Hynes
Mobile: 202.841.1694
Office: 202.386.6330

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo
Kalorama in Washington

Spectacular custom designed penthouse by Petra Development in sought-after Kalorama. This front facing home features gourmet KIT w/Miele appliances, Italian cabinetry throughout, radiant heated floors in the master baths & garage parking. The gorgeous rooftop terrace with lpe decking has available electricity/gas/water for outdoor entertaining & a perfect view of the Washington Monument.

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1837 Wyoming Ave NW, #C
(Kalorama in Washington)

4314 Summit Place

Listing agent
Orlando Gonzales
Mobile: 305.968.8522
Office: 202.386.6330

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5-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom House
Lincolnia Heights in Alexandria

Immaculate & spacious 3-level modern home in Lincolnia Heights. Vaulted ceilings provide at airy feeling in the foyer which leads to the living room & dining room. The chefs kitchen w/2 cooktops & breakfast island flows into a family room w/FP. The upstairs contains 5BR & 3BA. Private deck & 2-car garage. Located minutes to Barcroft Plaza Backlik Park & more!

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4314 Summit Place
(Lincolnia Heights in Alexandria)

1171 Park Mountain Terrace

Listing agent
Edna Jamieson
Wainwright & Co. Realtors
Office: 540-520-0168

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2-bedroom / 3-bathroom House
Harbor Heights in Huddleston

Million dollar lake and mountain views from this open and spacious home. Smith Mountain Lake State park is a one minute drive away! Seller is including a lifetime park access pass with this purchase! SML State Park is on the second largest freshwater lake in the state, this picturesque park is the water enthusiast's paradise. There are numerous water activities, picnic areas, a visitor center, an amphitheater, camping, and more! This unit is move in ready and convenient to all area amenities!

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1171 Park Mountain Terrace
(Harbor Heights in Huddleston)

4829 4th Street NW #5

Listing agent
Liza Pence
Long & Foster's | Christie's Int'l Real Estate
Mobile: 202-740-1695
Office: 202-299-0424

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1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Petworth in Washington

Fully renovated 1 BR condo located in the sought after Petworth Neighborhood. Walking in, you are greeted by full-sized brightly lit windows, hardwood floors and a open floor plan.The kitchen features granite counters, SS appliances & fantastic counter space. W/D & a large storage unit is included. Walking distance to grocery stores, restaurants, night life, Metro and Bike Share. Only minutes away from some of DC’s best attractions. Low condo fee & pet friendly building!

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4829 4th Street NW #5
(Petworth in Washington)

9451 Goose Creek Valley Road

Listing agent
Edna Jamieson
Wainwright & Co. Realtors
Office: 540-520-0168

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3-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom House
Bedford County in Montvale

Exquisite mountain retreat for discerning nature lover. A custom home of impeccable craftsmanship situated on 12 acres with both passive and active solar. Enjoy a timber framed porch with heavy beams and tongue and groove cedar ceiling shakes that continue around the eaves of the home. Additional exterior features include cedar soffits, custom lighting, expansive patio, 2-story barn & firepit. Perfect horse property (barn already built) . Wonderful property for a vineyard.

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9451 Goose Creek Valley Road
(Bedford County in Montvale)

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