UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • June 6, 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.

715 6TH STREET, NW #1003

715 6TH STREET, NW #1003

Listing agent
Sandi Mujanovic
TTR Sotheby's International Realty
Mobile: 202.271.8807
Office: 202.234.3344

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EHO Realtor

2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Condo

City Chic! Sunny, 10th-fl residence in heart of Penn Quarter. Gleaming bamboo floors, gas fireplace, eat-in kitchen w/ granite countertops and gas range, and large bedrooms with spa-like baths, large walk-in closets, central A/C and in-unit W/D. The Cosmopolitan is a professionally managed building with fitness center, rooftop patio w/ monument views, community room and bike storage. Walkscore of 94 - you’re moments from the best dining, recreation, shopping & transportation in the city.

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715 6TH STREET, NW #1003
(Penn Quarter in WASHINGTON)

203 Wardensville Grade

203 Wardensville Grade

Listing agent
Michael Moore
Mobile: 917.940.9227
Office: 202.262.7762

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EHO Realtor

3-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Single-family home

Historic log home built in 1827 has been renovated with custom designed spaces offering a 2BR/1FB/2HB main residence with light filled office, wood floors, stone walls & mezzanine library. Picture window in DR and jetted bathtub under skylight add to the charm of this private 12-acre compound. Adjacent 1BR/1BA guest house, artist studio, potting shed & wood shop complete this special offering.

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203 Wardensville Grade
(Winchester in Winchester)

708 Butternut Street NW

708 Butternut Street NW

Listing agent
Jennifer Knoll
Mobile: 202.441.2301
Office: 202.441.2301

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EHO Realtor

5-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Single-family home

Welcome home to this quintessential Takoma bungalow, which has maintained all its original charm while updating essential elements to maximize modern amenities. Well maintained original wood trim, the cozy fireplace & beautiful windows throughout the main level. The living room opens to a spacious, light-filled dining room connecting to the remodeled kitchen via breakfast bar. The kitchen boasts upscale SS appliances and plenty of stone counter space to make food prep a breeze.

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708 Butternut Street NW
(Takoma in Washington)

1669 Columbia Rd NW #313

1669 Columbia Rd NW #313

Listing agent
Catherine Czuba
Mobile: 202.549.6819
Office: 202.386.6330

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2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Co-op

Great Value! Large (1180 sq ft), light-filled 2 bd/2 ba corner unit has South, East and Northeast exposures. Updated kitchen, SS appliances, hardwood floors, crown molding, updated baths. Very transit friendly, Steps to shopping, nightlife, Zoo & Rock Creek Park. Cats welcome. Fee includes all utilities, taxes & payment of underlying mortgage. Superb location! Close to dining, shops, services, Red and Green METRO, Circulator, multiple bus lines and Capitol Bikeshare. LOCATION. STYLE. CONVENIENCE

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1669 Columbia Rd NW #313
(Adams Morgan in Washington)

711 Tewkesbury Place NW

711 Tewkesbury Place NW

Listing agent
Michael Moore
Mobile: 202.262.7762
Office: 202.386.6330

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EHO Realtor

3-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Single-family home

Built in 1929, this charming semi-detached Colonial has been lovingly renovated by the current owner over the past nine years. With the original floor plan intact, adding new hardwood floors, a new kitchen, a new bath, new plumbing, new electrical & new windows, this 3 BD, 1 BA residence maintains its original charm & aesthetics. Includes original stained-glass bay window complete with built-in screens.

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711 Tewkesbury Place NW
(Brightwood in Washington)

1509 Swann Street NW

1509 Swann Street NW

Listing agent
Katri Hunter
Mobile: 650.888.5623
Office: 202.386.6330

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EHO Realtor

4-bedroom / 3.5-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

Luxury living at its finest, featuring four floors of a Fowlkes Studio renovation. This charming home has much to offer, the open 1st-floor includes living, dining, & kitchen w/ modern updated finishes & classic details. In addition to the intimate rooftop oasis, off of the master suite, this house has a private back yard w/ parking that provides room for outdoor entertaining as well as private relaxation space. The basement can double as a guest/in-law suite or additional living space!

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1509 Swann Street NW
(Logan in Washington)

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