This week’s best new listings include a two-level, two-bedroom condo in the U Street Corridor, a four-bedroom farmhouse in Del Ray complete with a white picket fence and a two-bedroom condo in Logan Circle that gets tons of natural light.
Two-Level Two-Bedroom Condo in U Street Corridor
1832 9th St. N.W. (see map here)
If this huge two-bedroom condo in the U Street Corridor has a fault, we were unable to find it. The 1,600 square-foot unit sits on the top two floors of a renovated Victorian near 9th and T streets. The living area is spacious with a large set of bay windows and the large master bedroom also features an equally impressive set of windows. The condo shares a patio with the other unit in the building, and at under $300 per square foot, the lack of a parking space is almost an afterthought. For the full listing, click here.
Four-Bedroom Farmhouse in Del Ray with White Picket Fence
422 E. Custis Ave/ (see map here)
This four-bedroom farmhouse is exactly the type of home that Del Ray has built its reputation on. Starting with a wrap-around porch, the home also has a large rear deck and backyard that make it a good property for buyers that like to entertain. The kitchen has been expanded and three of the four bedrooms are quite spacious (the fourth may be best used as a large walk-in closet). The property is about a two-block walk from the Avenue in Del Ray. For the full listing, click here.
Two-Bedroom Condo in Logan Circle with Limitless Natural Light
1340 Q St. N.W. (see map here)
The floorplan of this two-bedroom condo in Logan Circle is set up to let in as much light as possible. Both the living and dining areas are framed by numerous windows and the bedrooms have glass double doors that lead out to Juliet balconies. The kitchen has a breakfast bar and a good amount of counter space. The unit has a gas fireplace and crown moldings, and there is an off-street parking space in the back of the development. For the full listing, click here.
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