UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • June 25, 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.

223 18th Street SE Unit 4

223 18th Street SE Unit 4

Listing agent
Amanda Briggs
Mobile: 202-487-0601
Office: 202-487-0601

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2-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

Charming, spacious unit flooded w/ natural light. Features high ceilings & gleaming hardwood floors. The eat-in KIT boasts granite counters & SS appliances, custom-built pantry & extra storage. Spacious BR w/ a balcony. Den offers additional living/bedroom space. In-unit washer & dryer. Building shares a large fenced yard, garden space, & fire pit. Just blocks away from Stadium-Armory Metro, Congressional Cemetery, Barracks Row, & Lincoln Park. Bonus- off-street parking! Pet-friendly building.

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223 18th Street SE Unit 4
(Hill East in Washington)

1701 16th Street NW, #356

1701 16th Street NW, #356

Listing agent
Jason Skipworth
DC Living Real Estate, LLC
Mobile: 202.302.4938
Office: 202.337.0501

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1-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Co-op

Prime location in an amenity-rich building, steps to Dupont Circle, 14th St., & U St. Located on the quiet courtyard side of the building. Great space & flow with west-facing windows & courtyard views. Gorgeous hardwood floors. Tall ceilings accented w/crown molding. Open kitchen w/an expansive serving bar/peninsula. Stainless, granite, & maple cabinet kitchen. Travertine tile bath w/a window. Abundant closets in this home! In-home W/D. Cable, HBO, & internet included! Only pay electricity.

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1701 16th Street NW, #356
(Dupont Circle in Washington)

3900 Watson Place, NW, Unit A-2FG

3900 Watson Place, NW, Unit A-2FG

Listing agent
Nancy Shalett
Urban Compass
Mobile: 3019806365
Office: 2022981001

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4-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Co-op

THE BEST VIEW IN DC! Spectacular , bright four bedroom, four full bath corner unit with spectacular views of Washington Cathedral from EVERY room. 2500SF includes chef's kitchen, butler's pantry with wine refrigerator and wet bar; hardwood floors throughout. Separate laundry room with stack Bosch W/D. Huge balcony facing the Cathedral and green space. Plentiful rental garage parking $85/m; fitness facility, 24/7 desk service. Pets welcome (no size restriction).

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3900 Watson Place, NW, Unit A-2FG
(Observatory Circle in Washington)

3544 Warder St, NW

3544 Warder St, NW

Listing agent
Phil Di Ruggiero
GreenLine Real Estate LLC
Mobile: 202.725.2250
Office: 202-525-5236

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3-bedroom / 2.0-bathroom Townhouse or rowhouse

Lovely and updated end-unit with original character and details preserved. Centrally located in Park view and in great condition, this home has refinished original hardwood floors throughout, a recently renovated kitchen, sleek modern bathrooms, a high velocity central air conditioning, and a perfect layout. There's a back patio and a garage too.

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3544 Warder St, NW
(PARK VIEW in Washington)

14 S Street NE, #304

14 S Street NE, #304

Listing agent
Lindsay Clark
Mobile: 202.674.3918
Office: 301.298.1001

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3-bedroom / 1.0-bathroom Condo

Rarely available top-floor, three-bedroom condo in Eckington! The light-filled unit features an open floor plan w/ expansive living & dining areas, hardwood floors, large windows & skylight. Fully equipped kitchen w/ granite counters, gas stove, & SS appliances. The owner's suite boasts a custom closet & built-in cabinetry for additional storage. Washer/dryer in unit. Pet-friendly and investor-friendly building. Ideally located less than a mile to the NoMA or Shaw Metro stations.

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14 S Street NE, #304
(Eckington in Washington)

224 R St, NW, Unit 1

224 R St, NW, Unit 1

Listing agent
Fruzsina Di Ruggiero
GreenLine Real Estate, LLC
Mobile: 202-320-5725
Office: 202-525-5236

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2-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Condo

This lovely Eckington condo features two master suites, one on each level, huge closets/storage space, a private porch, and private, secure parking. The home has solid oak floors, high ceilings, and recessed lights throughout. An enormous master suite on the second floor boasts a large walk-in closet and bathroom with double vanity, tub, and glass-enclosed shower. Walk score of 93!

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224 R St, NW, Unit 1
(Eckington in Washington)

2610 4th Street NE #B

2610 4th Street NE #B

Listing agent
Adrian Dungan
Mobile: 828.989.9089
Office: 202.386.6330

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EHO Realtor

3-bedroom / 3.0-bathroom Condo

PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE! Off street secure parking. The confluence of expert design and execution welcomes you to these carefully considered, new construction flats by Urban Edge Development. Everything was perfected providing an outstanding blend of luxury and creativity with excellent floor plans, custom cabinetry and millwork. The stunning interior is overflowing with modern amenities an exquisite custom kitchen and elevated design choices throughout.

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2610 4th Street NE #B
(Edgewood / Brookland in Washington)

6601 Glenbrook Road

6601 Glenbrook Road

Listing agent
Jan Brito
Office: 301.646.5774

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EHO Realtor

6-bedroom / 5.5-bathroom Single-family home

Stunning 6BR/5.5BA Arts & Crafts style house in Bradley Hills. This home boasts custom millwork, open concept living, elegant moldings, and lustrous oak hardwood floors. The gourmet kitchen features a large island with SS appliances, a breakfast area and more. Rare finished 4th level plus lofted area. Convenient elevator. A fenced-in patio completes this home. Just blocks away from the Capital Crescent Trail, Little Falls Park, Bethesda Pool and Bethesda Row.

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6601 Glenbrook Road
(Bradley Hills in Chevy Chase)

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