Real Estate Fresh Finds: March 9

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

Featured Property of the Week: 2443 Monroe Street NE

“Perched upon its own hill sits this five-bedroom and two-and-a-half bath Dutch Colonial Revival. When the current owners bought the property they cherished the character and dedicated a tremendous amount of time and love to bringing out its beauty and tastefully adding some modern touches. For the purist, it still features many nods to the past like original hardwood floors, wood trim throughout the home, slate roof, solid core doors, copper gutters/downspouts, many original art deco-era light fixtures and porcelain bathroom fixtures. There are countless tasteful updates throughout the home with 3-zone central air, 2-zone radiant heating (96 pct efficiency Bosch combo boiler/hot water heater), smart things-compatible switches/dimmers, 200A electric panel, french drains in the basement, spray foam insulation and much more. One area of pride is the kitchen with newer appliances, Virginia soapstone countertops, fully custom handmade cabinets, a double oven and touchless faucets. If the space on the main two levels isn’t enough, you have three other great options. First is to head down to the fully finished basement with a large bedroom and new bathroom featuring Kohler fixtures, heated floors and custom concrete countertop. The second is to grab your imagination and head to the attic which is ready for all your HGTV renovation ideas. It has the original heart of pine flooring, access to plumbing stack, and the A/C system is already zoned for convenience. Your third option is to head outside to the vast outdoor space that is perfect for gardening. You can either flex your own green thumb or enjoy the established landscaping including plum trees, apple trees, quince, peonies, blueberries, azaleas, pomegranate trees, fig trees, crepe myrtle, perennial flowers and a hedge of wild roses.”

Other Notable Fresh Listings:

  • The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a 3 BR/3.5 BA luxury penthouse at The Westlight with 3k sq. ft. was “professionally designed by renowned Washington-based designer Jose Solis Betancourt with state-of-the-art features, design elements, and stunning views of the city” and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, 2 included parking spaces and a load of building amenities — all for $7.9M.
  • “True D.C. real estate deals are few and far between lately! So… here is a fabulous first-time homebuyer or investor opportunity in Brightwood. This spacious 1 bed/1 bath has been thoughtfully prepped for picky buyers.”
  • This “spectacular Petworth [4 BR/3.5 BA] rowhome [was] fully renovated in 2019 with [a] gorgeous open floor plan is ready to be yours!”
  • Your Auction Property of the Week is a 4 BR/2 BA “major rehab needed” end-unit row home in LeDroit Park with bidding starting on March 23rd.

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