Support

Totten Mews Townhomes Now Available for Touring

dc real estate totten mews

[sponsored_by name=”Comstock” url=”https://comstockhomes.com” logo=”https://www.popville.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/comstock_logo_blue.png” byline=”City living just blocks from the Fort Totten Metro, luxury townhomes from $599,990″ attribution_name=”BlankSlate” attribution_url=”http://www.blankslate.com/”]

From Totten Mews, a new townhome development, you’re just minutes away from the green, yellow, and red lines at Fort Totten Metro Station.

With the Metro Station’s access to both downtown D.C. and Silver Spring, and nearby the Metropolitan Branch Trail—an eight mile paved stretch for cyclists and runners that connects D.C. with Maryland—Totten Mews is a model for transit-oriented development.

At 2,100 square feet, each home features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and a powder room.

The kitchen features a microwave/hood combination with exterior venting, side-by-side multi-cycle insulated dishwasher, and gas range with convection oven–all from Whirlpool with Energy Star rating. There are granite countertops and designer cabinets.

A one-car garage has direct access to the home, and a rear porch provides space for outdoor entertaining.

DC real estate totten mews

Within a couple miles from Totten Mews, there’s a Walmart, Ace Hardware, Home Depot, and Giant Grocery Market; and a few minutes drive gets you to Indian cuisine (Woodlands Restaurant), vegan (NuVaga Cafe), Mexican (Lauriol Plaza), Laotian (Thip Khao), French (Bistro Bis), and Wiseguy Pizza, among others—a foodie footprint that’s expected to increase as new residential and commercial development in the area continues.

And of course, there’s a Starbuck’s nearby.

Prices start at $599,990. Models are now available for touring. For more information check out their website.

DC real estate Totten Mews...

 

 

DC real estate totten mews

 

Recent Stories

Massive Moth!

Thanks to Casey for sending this “Polythemus hawk moth found in Woodley Park” If you spot a hawk, any interesting wildlife or celebrity skateboarder Tony Hawk, and get a good…

Sweet City Ride

Thanks to Dee for sending this “beautiful Citroën 2CV” Sweet City Ride is made possible by readers like you!

Ed. Note: If this was you, please email [email protected] so I can put you in touch with OP. “Dear PoPville, This is very belated, but I met a cute guy…

“Latte and Chai love Cat TV.” If you have any animal/pet photos you’d like to share please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say…

IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PASSING OF GIACOMO PUCCINI

JOIN US FOR OUR SPRING FUNDRAISER IN OUR EARLY-20TH CENTURY PARIS CAFÉ.

Step into the enchanting world of Giacomo Puccini as the Washington Opera Society proudly presents an extraordinary concert that brings the timeless beauty and passionate drama of Puccini’s operas to life.

Read More

Submit your own Announcement here.

Washington City Paper is hosting its annual Best of D.C. contest — and Well-Paid Maids is eyeing the Best Maid Service category.

If you missed it: Well-Paid Maids has secured first place for the past three years. Can you help us snag gold again?

Simply go to the ballot and write in your vote for the best maid service.

In case you need a refresher before you vote, Well-Paid Maids is the only certified living-wage cleaning company in the D.C. area. We pay our cleaners, who are W-2 employees, at least $24 an hour and offer benefits like insurance, 24 paid days off per year and more.

Read More

Submit your own Announcement here.

Authors & Insights: A conversation with author Carlos Lozada

How do people in power reveal themselves through their writings? Hear what author Carlos Lozada thinks in this upcoming discussion with Ashley Parker.
Please join us for our next Authors & Insights event, as New York Times opinion columnist Carlos

Artist Talk: “You Are Magic” by Heidi Phelps at Zeke’s…

Join us at Zeke’s Coffee for a talk titled “You Are Magic” by Petworth-based artist and illustrator Heidi Phelps.

Phelps’s work focuses on women of life and lore—exploring magic in ordinary moments, and everyday truths in myths and legends. Her

×

Subscribe to our mailing list