Real Estate Fresh Finds: March 27

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: 706 4th Street NE

“Location, location, location! This bright rowhome is just blocks from Union Station, the H Street Corridor, Union Market, and more. Situated on a one-way street, this home has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and features hardwood floors and exposed brick on both levels. The east/west exposures mean you get to enjoy direct sunlight in the morning and afternoon and the separate living and dining rooms provide a great use of space. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite countertops with plenty of cabinet and pantry space for the home cook. Off the dining room, a sliding glass door takes you to the enclosed backyard that is perfect for outdoor entertaining. This beautifully brick-paved patio space has plenty of room for a grill and a retractable awning that provides ample shade from the afternoon sun. Rounding out the main level are a powder room and stacked laundry. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms with good closet space and flexibility for guest room and home office setups. The owner’s suite includes an ensuite bathroom, two double closets, and additional space above for long-term storage needs.”

Other Notable Fresh Listings:

  • The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a 4 BR/4.5 BA Colonial rowhome in Georgetown with 4,300+ total sq. ft. across 4 levels and features a 1-car garage, floor-to-ceiling windows, 2 fireplaces, large fenced-in rear patio and a finished lower level with Murphy bed, wet bar and separate exit — all for $3.9M.
  • “This four-unit [Columbia Heights] property presents an exceptional chance for savvy investors to capitalize on its potential. Boasting a coveted location and promising possibilities, this property is a diamond in the rough waiting to be polished. Important Note: Fire Damage Alert: Please be advised that this property has incurred fire damage and is currently deemed unsafe for entry.”
  • “Renovated detached 3-level single-family home” in Petworth with 4 BR/3.5 BA “has been overhauled top-to-bottom to feature all your modern desires and amenities.”
  • Your Auction Property of the Week is a 2 BR/1 BA interior rowhouse with 2 levels with bidding beginning on April 10th and ending April 12th with an opening bid of $195k.

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