The Best New Listings, H Street Edition

A renovated four-bedroom on H Street N.E.

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    This week’s best new listings in the D.C. area include a completely renovated four-bedroom home in the H Street Corridor, a well-priced two-bedroom condo in the U Street Corridor with numerous amenities and a bungalow in Takoma Park on Ethan Allen Avenue.

    Completely Renovated Four-Bedroom Home in the H Street Corridor


    311 I St. N.E. (see map here)

    • Price: $699,500
    • Bedrooms: Four
    • Bathrooms: 3.5
    • Year Built: 1909 

    Located in the H Street Corridor, this four-bedroom home has been completely renovated. The living and kitchen area now look like something you might find up in New England, and the breakfast room that leads out to a spacious deck is a welcome addition. The lower level has been completely finished and includes a bedroom , wet bar and second living area. In the rear of the property, there is a parking area with an electric garage door that could easily fit three cars. For the full listing, click here.

    A Two-Bedroom-Plus-Den Amenity-Laden Condo in the U Street Corridor


    2100 11th St. N.W., #108 (see map here)

    • Price: $679,000
    • Bedrooms: Two
    • Bathrooms: Two
    • Square Footage: 1,447
    • Price per SF: $469
    • Year Built: 2007

    This two-bedroom-plus-den condo in The Beauregard building in the U Street Corridor is a fairly good deal per square foot. At almost 1,500 square feet, the unit has a large living area, a cozy and secluded den/office and two spacious bedrooms. While the building’s location is certainly one of its prized amenities, it also has a large roof deck and a fitness center. Oh, and it comes with an underground parking space. For the full listing, click here.

    Two-Bedroom Bungalow on Ethan Allen Avenue in Takoma Park


    429 Ethan Allen Ave., Takoma Park, MD (see map here)

    • Price: $425,000
    • Bedrooms: Two
    • Bathrooms: Two
    • Year Built: 1935

    When a home is located on Ethan Allen Avenue, a prospective buyer might expect for the deal to come with an interior designer in tow. While that is not the case with this home, the two-bedroom bungalow does deliver a certain level of quality. The property has been renovated, but it still has original details like 9-foot ceilings, craftsman windows and the hardwood floors. In addition to the two bedrooms, the home has a nice loft area that includes a jacuzzi tub with a skylight over it. There is also a driveway and a garage, so parking will never be an issue. For the full listing, click here.

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