UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • July 11, 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.

3721 Huntington Street NW

3721 Huntington Street NW

Listing agent
Claudia Donovan
Mobile: 202.251.7011
Office: 202.386.6330

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EHO Realtor

4-bedroom / 3.0-bathroom Single-family home

Beautiful contemporary home designed as a personal residence for top architect Leopold Boeckl in well-appointed Chevy Chase. The home's design transports you to a surreal nature retreat within the city with a north and south facing wall of windows flooding the space with light and surrounding you with the lush landscaped outdoors. The spaces have been created with interesting architectural features and finishes perfect for displaying art, personal library, and more.

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3721 Huntington Street NW
(Chevy Chase in Washington)

7706 Woodmont Avenue

7706 Woodmont Avenue

Listing agent
Christa Hodge
Mobile: 240-286-8743
Office: 301-747-3217

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2-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Condo

Stonehall Bethesda, a 46-unit condo project, is located across the street from Harris Teeter on Woodmont Ave. and Battery Lane, just a short walk from NIH & Walter Reed. The 10-story development consists of 2- and 3-bedroom homes plus spacious penthouses with large terraces, including garage parking. Stonehall is over 70% sold and ready for immediate ownership.

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7706 Woodmont Avenue
(Woodmont Triangle in Bethesda in Bethesda)

5137 52nd St NW

5137 52nd St NW

Listing agent
Pamela Wye
Mobile: 202.320.4169
Office: 202.905.0020

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7-bedroom / 7.0-bathroom Single-family home

Magnificent Spring Valley residence offering more than 10,000 interior square feet. Seven bedrooms and eight and a half baths including multiple embassy sized entertaining spaces, banquet sized dining room, great room, and eat-in kitchen. The master suite includes two walk in closets and an award winning bath. The home features an elevator, five fireplaces, two-car garage, pool, recreation/game room and incredible lot with nearly 24,000 sq ft.

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5137 52nd St NW
(Spring Valley in Washington)

1745 N St NW

1745 N St NW

Listing agent
David Klimas & Craig Souza
Mobile: 202.337.7222
Office: 202.431.1272

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2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Condo

The luxurious condominium residences at 1745N are nestled in the heart of downtown D.C., by some of the District’s best shopping, entertainment and dining. With homes now available for immediate move-in and a host of exquisitely designed models ready for touring, there has never been a better time to discover 1745N.

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1745 N St NW
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

3216 N Abingdon Street

3216 N Abingdon Street

Listing agent
Mimi Santoro
Long and Foster
Mobile: 703-380-5870
Office: 703-938-4200

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EHO Realtor

6-bedroom / 5.5-bathroom Single-family home

Stunning Light-filled Country Club Hills Home w Quality renovations. Library w/vaulted ceiling, Sep Dining, Gourmet Kit w/top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, Breakfast area & Family Room overlooking garden, Huge Master w/gas fp, ensuite bath sep shower & tub+3 more Beds, 2 Ba+laundry room. Top level privacy- 2 Dormered Bedrooms, Play area, full Bath. LL Rec Room, Bonus Room, 2nd Laundry+full Bath. Steps to lovely patio& flat, grassy level yard!Yorktown|Williamsburg|Jamestown.

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3216 N Abingdon Street
(Country Club Hills in Arlington)

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