UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week

  • May 5, 2010

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.

2250 11th Street NW #103

Listing agent
Debi Fox
DC Real Estate.com
Office: 202-744-1007

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1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
U Street Corridor in Washington

GREAT PRICE REDUCTION ON FINAL UNITS. Contemporary Living like no other! Uniquely Designed by Division 1 Architects, Amazing, 1BR, 1BA Duplex Unit, w/ Out door patio. Roof Top Deck with monument views, in a 26 Unit Boutique Bldg. Street Entrance, floor to ceiling windows, Snaidero Kitchen, Last one of this layout! FHA financing, plus 1% incentive. OPEN Weekends 2-4:00. Maid Service, Yoga, Spa!

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2250 11th Street NW #103
(U Street Corridor in Washington)

650-T Jackson Street NE

Listing agent
Sylvia Mader
Office: 202-290-3794

3-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse
Brookland in Washington

Steps from Brookland/CUA Metro station, Chancellor's Row will offer handsome four-level townhomes, designed to blend with the surrounding architecture, and offer easy access to your favorite destinations. Select from a variety of bright, open floorplans designed for modern lifestyles. Gourmet kitchens feature granite countertops and energy-saving appliances. Inviting rooftop terraces provide the ideal space for entertaining. And private garage parking gets you on your way quickly.

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650-T Jackson Street NE
(Brookland in Washington)

420 16th St SE #204

Listing agent
Erin Hundley
Urban Land Company
Office: 317.430.0866

1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Hill East in Washington

FHA APPROVED! Smart units in hip newly converted Capitol Hill gem. Art Deco style outside and in. Super bright with stone and stainless steel kitchen, large walk-in closet and a big bedroom. Loads of development coming to area...Hill East, new Redskins stadium.

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420 16th St SE #204
(Hill East in Washington)

1461 Girard St. NW

Listing agent
Georgette Daher
UrbanLand Company
Mobile: 202.550.6750
Office: 202.299.9223

2-bedroom / 1-bathroom Condo
Columbia Heights in Washington

Live between three fabulous neighborhoods in DC: Adams Morgan, Columbia Hts. and U St. Enjoy downtown living without giving up any luxury- two spacious bedrooms with lots of closet space and great city views. Marble cararra title in the bathroom, bamboo floors throughout the unit, living and dining room areas, decorative fireplace, and beautifully done kitchen. Fantastic balcony to enjoy downtown living!

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1461 Girard St. NW
(Columbia Heights in Washington)

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