UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week (March 10th)

  • March 10, 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.

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1017 Princess Street


2-bedroom/1.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse

Updated 2 BR + den, 1.5 bath home in Old Town featuring ,charming patio w/storage shed, new floors on main level, new recessed lighting, lots of closet space, & large bedrooms flooded w/ light. Located just blocks to Metro, shopping & dining on King St. Zoned to allow commercial use as well. Must see!

View the full listing: 1017 Princess St

5608 44th Avenue


3-bedroom/3.5-bathroom Town/rowhouse

More than 2,000 square feet of new construction luxury living, for less than condo prices. Enjoy four spacious levels, two-car garage parking, rooftop terrace, hardwood flooring, gourmet kitchen, and much more! Located in exciting new Arts District, just two miles from DC. Soon-to-be home to Busboys and Poets and Tara Thai restaurants. Café, hair salon, fitness center, convenience store, art galleries and studios – all onsite! Model home open daily 11 AM – 6 PM. Tax credit eligible.

View the full listing: 5608 44th Avenue

444 M Street NW, #2


1-bedroom/1-bathroom Condo

Sustainable Boutique Building in Mt Vernon Square! No cookie cutter condos here! Local Materials, Hi Efficiency Systems and Appliances, Metro accessible. Beautiful Bay Front Residence in historic townhome. Great Island! Solid oak floors, solid wood doors, glass tiling. Blocks to Museums, Verizon Center, Metro & more! Limited Opportunity!

View the full listing: 444 M St NW #2

1658 West Virginia Ave NE, #102


2-bedroom/2-bathroom Condo

Brand new construction with loads of upgrade features like hardwood floors, upgraded appliances, granite counter tops. Off street parking included. Close to metro. Seller currently willing to pay all closing costs for a limited time only. FHA approval pending. Ask agent for more details! SPECIAL BANK 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE. NO DOWN PAYMENT!!

View the full listing: 1658 West Virginia Ave NE #102

2351 Champlain St NW #C1


2-bedroom/2.5-bathroom Condo

New Ultra high-end loft in the heart of Adams Morgan. Amazing location! 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths w/ an open loft. Top of the line finishes include SubZero/Wolf/Bosch appliances, Bamboo cabinets, Travertine baths w/ Hans Grohe fixtures, Massage soaking tub in master, Extensive surround sound. Garage parking available. Gorgeous model. Must see!

View the full listing: 2351 Champlain St NW #C1

2321 25th Street South, #2-408


2-bedroom/2-bathroom Condo

Two-bedroom home with a garden courtyard view and fireplace just minutes from Pentagon City and Shirlington Village and less than 4 miles from downtown DC, The Grove at Arlington Ridge offers both luxury and convenience at prices that cannot be matched. Visit our sales center 7 days a week 11am – 5pm to learn about our fantastic homes or call at 703-892-0555. Garage Parking included. LIMITED TIME ONLY receive $7,500 towards closing costs and 1 year of paid condo fees! WE WELCOME BROKERS!

View the full listing: 2321 25th Street South #2-408

1391 Pennsylvania Ave SE, #M01


2-bedroom/2-bathroom Condo

Located in Capitol Hill, this exceptional two-bedroom condominium is advantageously located right by the Potomac Avenue Metro station and above the new Harris Teeter. This spacious 1,077 square foot floor plan includes gourmet kitchens, hardwood flooring, large walk-in closets, expansive windows and much more. Jenkins Row condominiums are selling fast, so act now!

View the full listing: 1391 Pennsylvania Ave SE #M01

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