Real Estate Fresh Finds: June 19

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

Featured Property of the Week: 1258 Neal Street NE

In the heart of NE D.C. is this Trinidad 4 BR/3.5 BA interior row home boasting over 2,600 square feet across 3 levels. The home’s aesthetic begins with built-in bookcases around the gas fireplace in the living room, leading to decorative columns and ornate trim as well as a gorgeous teak kitchen with stainless appliances and counters with teak edging.

The upper level features 3 bedrooms, including the master bedroom and bathroom as well as a secondary bath serving the other 2 bedrooms. On the lower level is a full in-law suite complete with a bedroom, bathroom, sitting room, an entire kitchen and its own front and rear entrances. Finally, the rear of the home is ideal for serenity with its wood deck and fenced-in stone patio with plenty of room for grilling and entertaining that leads to the detached garage at the back.

Other Notable Fresh Listings:

  • The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a “grand 1930’s Norman Tudor” with 6 bedrooms and over 8,300 square feet on a half acre lot including “one of the most private and largest residential swimming pools (42’x20′) that you will find in the District.”
  • 4 BR Petworth rowhome is well maintained with hardwood floors, stainless and granite kitchen, rear deck and large windows.
  • 1 BR unit at the Gateway Georgetown (a Best Address building) with a wide-open floor plan, a bevy of community amenities and impeccable location with a 91 Walk Score.
  • Your REO/Bank-Owned Property of the Week is an end-unit townhouse in Eckington for less than $500k, which will need major work to get it looking as nice as its neighbor.

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