UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • January 25, 2017

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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1012 Harvard St NW, Unit 8

Listing agent
Rob Sanders
TTR Sotheby's International Realty
Office: 202 744 6463

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

The Skyline by S2 Development. Two bedroom, two bathroom of a custom-built residence featuring open chef's kitchen, Elfa closet systems, quartz waterfall countertops, Porcelanosa tile, custom-built bathroom vanities, designer tile, and Restoration Hardware mirrors and lighting. 7 1/4" wide plank oak flooring throughout and Loz Feliz concrete kitchen back splash tile. Expansive windows with city views. Steps from Metro, shops and more!

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1012 Harvard St NW, Unit 8
(Columbia Heights in Washington)

1835 6th St., NW

Listing agent
Ansa Tyus
Re/Max Allegiance
Mobile: 202.345.0563
Office: 202-547-5600

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3-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Condo
Shaw-Howard Theater District in Washington

New, exquisite boutique condominium w/ 2 spacious units: all en-suite bds, high ceilings, open floor plans, gourmet kits, Ikon Electrolux appliances, soft closing cabinetry, sep. HVAC/floor, multi-level, fireplaces, decks, smart tech, elec. car chargers, high-end W/D, off-street parking, 2-10 Home Warranty, and more. Fabulous location at 6th & FL Ave., w/n a block of Shaw Metro, restaurants, shops, & nightlight, includ. Historic U St. See also www.Facebook.com/thelangstonlofts

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1835 6th St., NW
(Shaw-Howard Theater District in Washington)

1411 Key Blvd

Listing agent
Char and Blaine
NVHomes Online Community Consultants
Office: 202-695-3131

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3-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
Rosslyn in Arlington

Key&Nash is a boutique building of one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums and townhomes. Currently under construction, homes will be ready to move in at the end of the year. Home finishes include quartz countertops, modern cabinetry, hardwood flooring and spa-like baths. Key&Nash will include luxury amenities, with prices ranging from the $600s to $1 million+.

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1411 Key Blvd
(Rosslyn in Arlington)

Arlington Row

Listing agent
Char and Blaine
NVHomes Online Community Consultants
Office: 202-695-3131

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4-bedroom / 4-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Westover in Arlington

NVHomes’ newest neighborhood, Arlington Row, will open in early Spring, with move-ins planned for the second quarter of 2017. These modern townhomes will feature four levels with rooftop terraces, 2 car garages for easy off-street parking, three- or four-bedroom floorplans and island kitchens for entertaining. Ideally situated steps from the shops of Westover, residents can walk to Lebanese Taverna, Italian Store, Arlington’s Westover Branch Library and the W&OD Trail.

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Arlington Row
(Westover in Arlington)

7706 Woodmont Avenue

Listing agent
Laura Henne
Office: 703-216-4966

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2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Woodmont Triangle in Bethesda in Bethesda

Stonehall Bethesda, a 46-unit condo project, is located across the street from Harris Teeter on Woodmont Ave. and Battery Lane. The ten-story development consists of two and three-bedroom homes plus spacious penthouses with large terraces, including garage parking. Amenities include a porte cochere, vast rooftop terrace with garden, top-level club room, front desk concierge and state-of-the-art fitness center. It is expected that the ground-floor retail space will be occupied by a restaurant.

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7706 Woodmont Avenue
(Woodmont Triangle in Bethesda in Bethesda)

621 F Street Northeast

Listing agent
Paul Basto
Attache Real Estate
Mobile: 202.631.4640
Office: 202.506.8880

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

This modern three-bedroom, two-bathroom Capitol Hill townhome features a harmonious design with high ceilings, wood floors, and original woodwork throughout. Large living room with separate dining room. Gourmet kitchen opens to the beautiful outdoor patio and garden. Downstairs features a full bathroom and spacious family room. Located just moments away from Capitol Hill/H Street Corridor/Union Station/Stanton Park restaurants, retail, gyms, grocery, parks, etc.

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621 F Street Northeast
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

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