UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • December 21, 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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644 Franklin St NE

Listing agent
Daniel Goldstein
RE/MAX Town Center Park Potomac
Mobile: 2022975411
Office: 3016379762

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3-bedroom / 2-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Brookland in Washington

Lovingly restored 1927 3-bed/2-bath rowhouse near Rhode Island Metro. Features gilded crown-molding, Italian plaster, custom kitchen cabinetry & granite counters/bar. In master bath: marble/glass rain shower & steam room w/ sauna, bidet & skylight. Cedar planks line vaulted ceiling in the master bed. Other features: custom-tiled fireplaces, built-in bookshelves & custom closets, rear garden, 2-car off-street parking, English basement apt (typically rents for $1,800/mo.)

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644 Franklin St NE
(Brookland in Washington)

The Apollo, 600 H Street NE

Listing agent
The Apollo
Office: (844) 340-9930

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1-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
H Street / NE DC in Washington

Start a new legacy at The Apollo. Inspired by the historic Apollo Theatre, our brand new apartment community offers an eclectic, art-deco style that feels comfortably contemporary. Grab your morning coffee at The Wydown -which connects to our lobby-or pop into Whole Foods for your weekly groceries. With our garden terraces, outdoor movie projector, rooftop pool deck and world-class art collection, your home is one of the best spots in town. One Bedroom with Den available for $3,044/mo.

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The Apollo, 600 H Street NE
(H Street / NE DC in Washington)

15 Quincy Pl NE, Unit 2

Listing agent
Keller Williams Realty
Mobile: 925-768-1770
Office: 703-679-1700

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3-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo
Eckington in Washington

OPEN HOUSE 2- 4 PM Expansive 2-level, 3BR+DEN/2.5BA Apx1880 SF with luxury finishes in Eckington. Sun-drenched main level features beautifully-designed living room with hardwood floor, and exposed brick wall Dining room with custom moldings, rear guest BR/Media room and half BA. Upstairs luxury Master w/shower with Washington Monument view. Close to shopping and restaurants, and NY Ave Metro Station.

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15 Quincy Pl NE, Unit 2
(Eckington in Washington)

204 Aspen Street

Listing agent
Seth Turner
Mobile: 202.253.2913
Office: 202.386.6330

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3-bedroom / 2-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Del Ray / Warwick Village in Alexandria

OPEN HOUSE: Sun 10/17 1-3pm. Perfection in Warwick Village! Updated home has it all! Renovated open kitchen w/ SS appl, HW floors, fully finished basement, new roof & updated windows/doors all w/ lifetime warranty. Fenced back yard. Close to Del Ray dining, Potomac Yards shopping, Warwick pool & easy access to DC via 395 or Rt 1. Includes 1-Yr Home Warranty. Ask about KVS $500 credit.

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204 Aspen Street
(Del Ray / Warwick Village in Alexandria)

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/urbanturf_listings_new_this_week382/13389

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