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UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • January 4, 2018

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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15 Quincy Pl NE, Unit 2

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Listing agent
YUKIKO NAKAYAMA
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)


4915 Hampden Lane #508

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Listing agent
Jaclyn Smith
Toll Brothers
Office: 301-718-6353

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1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Bethesda Row in Bethesda

One of a kind mews residence at Hampden Row - brand new construction with modern elegant finishes. 24 Hour Concierge, Fitness Center, Roof Top Terrace with Grills, Fireplace and much more!

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4915 Hampden Lane #508
(Bethesda Row in Bethesda)


1411 Key Blvd

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Listing agent
Char and Craig
NVHomes Online Community Consultants
Office: 202-759-7900

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1-bedroom / 1-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 in Spring 2018. 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)


1901 Connecticut Ave NW

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Listing agent
The Hepburn
Office: 866-797-6481

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3-bedroom / 3-bathroom Condo
Dupont / NW DC in Washington, DC

The Hepburn apartments are a standout for the Kalorama neighborhood, located adjacent to the Washington Hilton and draped in a curved curtain-wall glass exterior. This penthouse residence sets a new standard of apartment living. Through 9’ floor-to-ceiling windows, a waterfall of light reveals diagonally-laid floors and custom European kitchens, framing a truly stunning home. Now is your chance to live with the best view in all of Washington, DC. Rent: $14,500/mo.

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1901 Connecticut Ave NW
(Dupont / NW DC in Washington, DC)


9314 Sweetbay Magnolia Ct.

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Listing agent
Justin Valdez
NVHomes
Office: 703-272-7635

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4-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Metro Row in Fairfax

Steps from the Vienna metro, it’s about living close in with complete access. Proximity to The Mosaic District, future development of Fairfax Circle, Old Town Fairfax and Tyson’s Corner Metro Row is a true evolution in urban living. 1 mi from 66 at Rt 29. 1 exit from the Beltway. 1 & 2 car garages, NVHomes signature kitchen, 12 foot granite kitchen islands, brick front exteriors, and the area’s most innovative outdoor living feature, the SkyLanai.

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9314 Sweetbay Magnolia Ct.
(Metro Row in Fairfax)


4960 Fairmont Avenue

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Listing agent
Laura Henne
McWilliams|Ballard
Office: 703-216-4966

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

The tallest condominium tower in Bethesda, Cheval, will offer 71 residences on the corner of Old Georgetown Rd. and Fairmont Ave. Prices range between $700’s to over $3 million. Construction is expected to be completed in early 2018 but hard hat tours of the residences are available now. Residences will be defined by nearly floor-to-ceiling windows, private terraces, a rooftop social area, complete with a bar and club room.

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4960 Fairmont Avenue
(Woodmont Triangle in Bethesda)


1938 Biltmore St NW #D

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Listing agent
Andrew Turczyn
Slate Properties
Mobile: 202-725-6357
Office: 202-559-9357

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2-bedroom / 1.5-bathroom Condo
Kalorama Triangle in Washington

Spacious 2BR / 1B Condo with over 1000SF in Historic Kalorama Triangle! Features open floor plan, wood floors, exposed brick walls, modern kitchen with granite counters, under-cabinet lighting, soft close cabinets, ample closet, in unit W/D, tankless water heater, half bath. Walk Score 95! Adams Morgan, Kalorama, Dupont, and Downtown at your doorstep. Low $389/Month Condo Fee.

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1938 Biltmore St NW #D
(Kalorama Triangle in Washington)

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