UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • June 15, 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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5109 2nd St NW, Unit #1

Listing agent
Chris Burns
Thrive Team - TTR Sotheby's International Realty
Mobile: 3014678385
Office: 2022343344

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2-bedroom / 1.5-bathroom Condo
Petworth / Brightwood in Washington

Contemporary & brand new 4-unit boutique condo in Brightwood / Petworth! Unit #1 features 1BR+Large Den w/ open floor plan, hardwood floors, private backyard, large closets, Ring doorbell system, & sun-filled rooms from front-to-back. Self-managed building is pet-friendly w/ low fees. Easy access to Fort Totten & Petworth Metro. Parking available for $12,500.


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5109 2nd St NW, Unit #1
(Petworth / Brightwood in Washington)

1206 N. Livingston Street

Listing agent
Jonathan Bartlett
GreenLine Real Estate, LLC
Mobile: 2024366066
Office: 2024366066

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2-bedroom / 1.5-bathroom House
Westover in Arlington

Open Houses this weekend: Sat. 6/17 from noon-3pm & Sun. 6/18 from 2-4pm. In a great location on a friendly cul-de- sac, 1206 N. Livingston Street is a lovely colonial-style home with 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, an office/guest room, basement, detached one-car garage, and huge deck/back patio. The Westover neighborhood in Arlington is a walkable neighborhood close to shops, restaurants, great public schools, and public transportation (including orange line metro).

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1206 N. Livingston Street
(Westover in Arlington)


Listing agent
Patrick Chauvin
Mobile: 202.256.9595
Office: 202.448.9002

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5-bedroom / 5.5-bathroom House
Kalorama in Washington

NEW LISTING! Stunning Kalorama home spectacularly and meticulously renovated from top-to-bottom. Main level features a formal living room, dining room, enclosed sunroom, powder room, and gourmet kitchen leading to rear gardens. The upper two levels includes a spacious MBR suite and 3 add'l guest BR suites. Lower level has a full in-law suite. One-car garage. No detail was overlooked.

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(Kalorama in Washington)

2907 Mills Ave NE

Listing agent
Menkiti Group
Office: 2022437777

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4-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom House
Woodridge in Washington

Fully renovated home w/ 3 finished levels, gorgeous high-end details, and glorious natural light throughout. Hardwood floors on main & upper levels. Formal LR, separate DR, powder room, sleek Kitchen w/ stainless appliances, granite counters, & bar seating. 4 BR, 3.5 BA includes luxurious MBR suite w/private BA w/spa-style glass shower. UL laundry. LL w/spacious FR & guest room/office, full BA. Covered front porch. Large rear deck. Flat private yard.

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2907 Mills Ave NE
(Woodridge in Washington)

2010 Kalorama Road NW , #101

Listing agent
Pam Wye
Mobile: 202.320.4169
Office: 202.386.6330

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
Kalorama in Washington

Efficient two bedroom/two bath condo in the heart of Kalorama. Open floor plan with table space for four and easy flow between dining/living/kitchen areas. Both bedrooms en-suite and on opposite sides of the living space. In unit washer/dryer, good closet space, hardwood floors, low condo fee!

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2010 Kalorama Road NW , #101
(Kalorama in Washington)

337 54th St NE

Listing agent
Menkiti Group
Office: 2022437777

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

Stunning fully-renovated home w/ 3 finished levels in #DEANWOOD! 337 54th St NE, 4Beds + 2.5Baths including separate in-law/rental suite … was $314,900 NOW listed @ $299,900

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337 54th St NE
(Deanwood in Washington)

1822 16th Street

Listing agent
Stanton Schnepp
Mobile: 202.997.5192
Office: 202.386.6330

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4-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Dupont in Washington

This 4 BR/2.5 BA home is part of an iconic collection, the Six Sisters. It features the richness of Victorian-inspired architecture--from decorative pressed bricks & iron cresting outside, to orig hardwoods & window mouldings inside. LR w/ antique fireplace. DR with 2-story window. Gourmet kitch w/ granite, SS appl & skylight. Roof deck, slate patio, bsmnt for laundry/ storage and secure parking.

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1822 16th Street
(Dupont in Washington)

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