UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • December 6, 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. Agents, to learn more about UrbanTurf Listings, see the introduction and FAQ.

3241 N Street NW Unit 3

3241 N Street NW Unit 3

Listing agent
Ed McAllister
Christie's International Real Estate/ Long and Foster
Mobile: 703.282.1197
Office: 301.229.4000

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo

Open House: Sun 1-4pm. Rare opportunity in a Georgetown condo. This 2-level unit is amazing! 2-bed, 2 ½ bath and pet friendly building feature Soaring 1st floor ceilings, wood burning fireplace, crown molding, gourmet kitchen—stainless steel appliances, new granite counter top and new counter depth refrigerator. Freshly painted, finishes updated, new carpet & buffed hardwood floors. Ready to move in & enjoy. Lives like a house. A spacious patio & your parking space just out the patio gate.

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3241 N Street NW Unit 3
(Georgetown in Washington)

1715 15th Street NW Unit 32

1715 15th Street NW Unit 32

Listing agent
Kelly Virbickas
Mobile: 202.549.4447
Office: 301.298.1001

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2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

Secure 2BR/2BA townhouse in private, gated community in the heart of Logan. This spacious and sunny townhouse checks all the boxes: open floorplan, garage parking, wood-burning fireplace, private balcony, hardwood floors, stainless kitchen with quartz countertops, fully updated, and private entrance. Pets are welcome!

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1715 15th Street NW Unit 32
(Logan in Washington)

311 F Street NE

311 F Street NE

Listing agent
Todd Bissey
Mobile: 202.841.7653
Office: 202.386.6330

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5-bedroom / 5.5-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

This handsome Victorian was gutted down to the brick skeleton, expanded and rebuilt with the exacting attention to detail upon which C&S has built their reputation. With its slightly rustic feel, fabulous natural light and smart layout, it is sure to be another favorite. From the gorgeous chef-inspired kitchen with Amish-built inset cabinetry to the custom built-in bench by the backdoor, this home is perfect for both entertaining and intimate family time.

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311 F Street NE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

1728 D Street SE, Unit 2

1728 D Street SE, Unit 2

Listing agent
Pam Wye
Mobile: 202.320.4169
Office: 301.298.1001

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3-bedroom / 3.0-bathroom Condo

High-quality craftsmanship in this two-unit boutique condo building located on a tree-lined street in Hill East. This two-level, penthouse unit offers 3 brs/3 full bas. Oak flooring, stainless steel appliances, in-unit laundry, great storage, a den/work space, & private roof deck are just some of the many features. Located near two Metro stations, close to dining and shopping, & around the corner from a community garden. Unit 1 also offered for sale at $725,000 with 3 brs/3 bas & parking.

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1728 D Street SE, Unit 2
(Hill East in Washington)

1830 Jefferson Pl NW #1

1830 Jefferson Pl NW #1

Listing agent
Sherri Anne Green
Coldwell Banker Dupont
Mobile: 202.798.1288
Office: 202.387.6180

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2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Condo

This sophisticated and spacious 2 bedroom condo home or pied a terre offers the city at your doorstep with privacy and tranquility via its separate entrance. A chef's kitchen is stocked with Viking Professional appliances, granite countertops, ceiling height cabinetry, a large pantry, custom lighting, and a peninsula for prep, entertaining, and eat-in bar. The living room with its custom shutters, brick accent feature wall, and beautiful hardwood floors is a wonderful gathering space.

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1830 Jefferson Pl NW #1
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

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