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UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • February 21, 2019

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.


315 E. Bellefonte Ave

315 E. Bellefonte Ave

Listing agent
Seth Turner
Compass
Mobile: 202.253.2913
Office: 202.386.6330

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EHO Realtor


2-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

Light & bright semi-detached row home in the heart of Del Ray. Modern open kitchen, SS appliances & granite leads out to the perfect patio & deep back yard. Refinished hardwood floors. 2 bedrooms and a spacious bath. Full basement with family room & separate laundry/storage room. Located just 1.5 blocks from the vibrant restaurants and shops on Mt. Vernon Ave. Smart investment with proximity to future Amazon campus and easy access to Metro, including the upcoming Potomac Yards Station.

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315 E. Bellefonte Ave
(Del Ray in Alexandria)


3101 New Mexico Ave NW #839

3101 New Mexico Ave NW #839

Listing agent
Michael Moore
Compass
Mobile: 917.940.9227
Office: 202.262.7762

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2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Condo

Unit #839 offers one of the most desirable floor plans in the building. With over 1600sf, this magnificent two-bedroom, two bath residence has a 300 sf, two-story living room with floor to ceiling windows offering a panoramic view of the Washington National Cathedral. This unit was custom designed by a renowned local interior designer and features a unique open kitchen design and two beautiful and timeless Carrera marble baths. This coveted residence is sure to garner immediate attention.

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3101 New Mexico Ave NW #839
(Wesley Heights in Washington)


235 Tennessee Avenue

235 Tennessee Avenue

Listing agent
Kelly Vibrickas
Compass
Mobile: 202.549.4447
Office: 202.386.6330

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4-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

Very bright and spacious. 3 finished levels. Includes hardwood floors, stainless steel kitchen. A beautiful walk out basement to sunny backyard. 3BR upstairs and 1BR/1BA in lower level. Easy walk to parks, running trails, new community pool!

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235 Tennessee Avenue
(Del Ray in Alexandria)


1311 H Street NE

1311 H Street NE

Listing agent
Caroline Lott
McWilliams|Ballard
Mobile:
Office: 202.350.2080

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2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Condo

Now over 50% sold out. Take this opportunity to tour this collection of brand new condominiums along the H Street corridor. Each home features spacious floorplans highlighted by gourmet Viking kitchens with custom cabinetry, honed marble counters, spa-inspired baths and luminescent spaces.

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1311 H Street NE
(H Street Corridor in Washington)


437 New York Ave NW #908

437 New York Ave NW #908

Listing agent
Michael Moore
Compass
Mobile: 202.262.7762
Office: 202.386.6330

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1-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Condo

Unit #908 is on an upper floor of the tower with panoramic views to the south and east with a wall of windows in the living area and the bedroom. Complete with maple hardwood floors, stainless appliances, granite counter tops and walk-in closet, this prime residence is ready for its new owner. There is secure, garage parking and additional storage included.

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437 New York Ave NW #908
(Mount Vernon in Washington)


2550 17th St NW #410

2550 17th St NW #410

Listing agent
Michael Moore
Compass
Mobile: 202.262.7762
Office: 202.386.6330

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1-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Condo

This three years young one bedroom, one bath residence offers hardwood floors throughout and kitchen with Bosch appliances, quartz counter tops, and subway tile backsplash. The panoramic western exposure offers a captivating view of the National Cathedral. Complete with garage parking and additional storage, this offering checks all the boxes.

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2550 17th St NW #410
(Adams Morgan in Washington)


1206 I Street NE

1206 I Street NE

Listing agent
Adrian Dungan
Compass
Mobile: 828.989.9089
Office: 202.386.6330

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3-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

Custom inset cabinetry & millwork play an integral role in a timeless composition by Connell & Schmidt Builders.The best builders on the Hill deliver 3 floors above grade with a perfect balance of luxury & unassuming modern farmhouse style.This beautiful 1918 bayfront has soaring ceilings, stunning custom kitchen, 3bed|3.5ba, bonus living space, a walkout roof deck & parking.Close to H Street, this property is on the high ground of a one-way street with a bike lane.@csbuilders for a closer look!

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1206 I Street NE
(Atlas District in Washington)


645 E Street SE

645 E Street SE

Listing agent
Jeanne Harrison
Compass
Mobile: 202.841.7717
Office: 202.386.6330

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3-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Single-family home

Rare double-lot Farmhouse, 2 levels, 3526sf, w/wide front porch + lovely garden. Impressive entertaining space in+out, historic charm w/gated PARKING +solar panels. Lg LR w/built-ins, grand-piano-size music room w/FP, family room w/French doors to lg side slate patio. Immense open DR/kitchen w/breakfast bar, copious cabinets, wine fridge, Viking appls. 3 lg BR/2.5BA, incl luxe MBR w/sitting area, FP, amazing closets, dbl sink, glass shower, soaking tub. Steps to EMarket, Barracks Row, Metro, 695

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645 E Street SE
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/urbanturf_listings_new_this_week453/15039

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