UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • January 9, 2020

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.

1104 Holbrook Terrace NE, Unit 4

1104 Holbrook Terrace NE, Unit 4

Listing agent
Jen Angotti
Mobile: 202.285.4238
Office: 202.386.6330

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EHO Realtor

1-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Condo

One bedroom + den with a private roof deck! This adorable condo has an open floor plan, hardwood floors throughout, granite counter top and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, ELFA closet system in the master bedroom + a private roof deck. Minutes to Union Market, Trader Joe's, Target and H St. restaurants/retail. .8 miles to the NoMa Ave/Gallaudet Metro (red line.)

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1104 Holbrook Terrace NE, Unit 4
(Trinidad in Washington)

2755 Ordway St. NW, #308

2755 Ordway St. NW, #308

Listing agent
Lauren Budik
McEnearney Associates Inc.
Mobile: 2027805253
Office: 7037389505

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EHO Realtor

1-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Condo

Feat. Brazilian hardwood floors throughout, the home includes a 2-year-old white Ikea kitchen, subway tile backsplash and newer stainless steel appliances, combo living/dining room and 2 walk-in closets. $735/mo condo fee includes all utilities, only pay cable/internet. Price includes 1 reserved underground parking spot. Less than 500 feet from Cleveland Park metro, seconds to Target + restaurants on Conn. Ave., 1.5 blocks to National Zoo + Rock Creek Park. Open House 12-2 p.m. 12/22.

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2755 Ordway St. NW, #308
(Cleveland Park in Washington)

1745 N St NW

1745 N St NW

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

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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)

4960 Fairmont Avenue

4960 Fairmont Avenue

Listing agent
Inga Scobie
Mobile: 703-494-3344
Office: 301-476-1527

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2-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Condo

The tallest condominium tower in Bethesda, Cheval, offers 71 residences on the corner of Old Georgetown Rd. and Fairmont Ave. Prices range between $1.05M to over $3 million. Nearly 80% sold out with only a handful of opportunities remain. Residences are defined by nearly floor-to-ceiling windows, private terraces, a rooftop social area, complete with a bar and club room. Schedule a tour today.

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4960 Fairmont Avenue
(Woodmont Triangle in Bethesda)

719 12th Street SE, Unit 3

719 12th Street SE, Unit 3

Listing agent
Donna Mank
Mobile: 202.550.5617
Office: 202.386.6330

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EHO Realtor

2-bedroom / 3.0-bathroom Condo

Impeccable 2-level SMART penthouse. Main level features grand kitchen with abundance of cabinetry, granite counters & stainless steel appliances, dining room, & sunny living room with gas fireplace. Large private roof deck with outdoor movie screen & adjacent wet bar. 2 voluminous bedroom suites with sitting area, en-suite spa-like bathroom, walk-in closet & private balcony. Spacious den with custom storage & adjacent bathroom. In-unit full-size washer/dryer & secure TANDEM PARKING for 2 cars.

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719 12th Street SE, Unit 3
(Capitol Hill in Washington)

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