Real Estate Fresh Finds: June 20

Real Estate Fresh Finds is a weekly selection of newly-listed properties in the District, brought to you by Real Living At Home.

It’s another Wednesday and another week of 200+ new listings on the market which is good because we’re so short on inventory. Sit back and avoid doing some real work by checking out our suggested Fresh Finds below:

  • If you ever thought that the 1% has better taste than the other 99%, this $5.5M Most Expensive Home of the Week proves that wrong with different (and bizarre) wall patterns in every room–the only thing missing is a Twin Peaks Red Room.
  • A 3 bed/3.5 bath Petworth row home with over 2,000 total finished square feet and includes both off-street parking and a rear patio.
  • “Supersized studio in rarely available [DC] Best Addresses building” has a much more convenient floor plan than most studios in the district.
  • Your REO/Bank-Owned Property of the Week is one of those very rare, not trashed or dilapidated SFHs, but the downside is it’s listed at a typical DC row home price.
  • It looks like a tudor from the front, condo building from the back and an outdated headache on the inside, but this Most Interesting Listing of the Week could become much more interesting with the right vision and appreciation of the unique.

Recent Stories

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Sweet City Ride

Thanks to V. for sending this Vintage Riley Sweet City Ride is made possible by readers like you! Email your finds to [email protected]

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Saturday in the Park

DMV single love birds, it’s time for something new! It’s time to meet someone IRL! Ditch the dating apps and come meet your new beau or babe at Saturday in the Park! The first iteration of SITP will be super



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