UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • January 11, 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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1938 Biltmore St NW #D

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 / 1.5B 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)

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)

1411 Key Blvd

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

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)

1345 Pennsylvania Ave SE, #6

Listing agent
Crystal Crittenden
Mobile: 202-246-0931
Office: 202-547-3525

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2-bedroom / 2-bathroom Condo
Hill East in Washington

Oo, la la! Enjoy Parisian flair in this remarkable 2BR/2BA grey stone home. Soaring sky lit ceilings & treetop views over Pennsylvania Avenue. Spacious kitchen w/ marble counters & abundant storage is the ideal place to perfect your coq au vin. This smartly designed unit (redone by S2 Developers in 2013) offers a master bed with double closets & en-suite bath w/ soaking tub. 1 block to Potomac Ave Metro and Harris Teeter. Steps to Eastern Market. Shared outdoor space with gas grill.

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1345 Pennsylvania Ave SE, #6
(Hill East in Washington)

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