Best New Listings: Eastern Market, Dupont

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    This week’s Best New Listings include a two-bedroom condo in a renovated row house near Eastern Market, a 1920s bungalow in Takoma Park with a huge addition and a two-bedroom condo in Dupont Circle.


    Two-Bedroom in Renovated Row House Near Eastern Market

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    222 4th St. S.E. #3 (map)

     

    • Price: $439,000
    • Bedrooms: Two
    • Bathrooms: One
    • Year Built: 1905

     

    This two-bedroom condo is just a few blocks from Eastern Market in Capitol Hill and in addition to a renovated kitchen and bathroom, the unit has a large living room with a fireplace and three large bay windows. There are high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout the condo and the current owner has a rental parking space across the street that will remain available for the eventual owner. For the full listing, click here.


    1920s Bungalow in Takoma Park With a Huge Addition

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    6910 Westmoreland Ave., Takoma Park, MD (map)

     

    • Price: $649,000
    • Bedrooms: Three
    • Bathrooms: Two
    • Year Built: 1923

     

    While this three-bedroom home in Takoma Park maintains much of the charm that bungalows in the neighborhood are known for, it also has a large family room addition that really makes the home an attractive option for a young family. The 1920s home also has a number of amenities for those who like to entertain including a deep backyard, a small front porch and a rear deck. For the full listing, click here.


    Location and Layout: A Two-Bedroom Condo in Dupont Circle

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    1930 New Hampshire Ave. N.W. #32 (map)

     

    • Price: $535,000
    • Bedrooms: Two
    • Bathrooms: Two
    • Square Footage: 982
    • Year Built: 1915

     

    Located in Dupont Circle just below the intersection of 16th and U streets, this two-bedroom unit’s layout is equally as attractive as its location. The condo has almost 1,000 square feet of living space, including a good-sized living room and a dining area that could fit a large dining room table. It has hardwood floors throughout, a working fireplace, and 10-foot ceilings. Both bedrooms have large closets and their own bathrooms and with three windows facing east and four facing west, the corner unit is usually fairly bright. For the full listing, click here.

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