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3409 O Street NW3409 O St NW

Looking for historic charm? Open layout to entertain? High-end finishes? Parking? An amazing location? Finding a home meeting these criteria seems too good to be true, but this property has it all and it can be yours.

3409 O Street NW is delivered with all of the style, charm and high-end features buyers are looking for in a Georgetown home- turnkey and beautiful.  This property is believed to have been built in 1850, and the layout suggests that history. The large second level features a living room with a wood burning fireplace, a large dining room with an another wood burning fireplace, and a bright and beautiful hearth room off the patio with a coal stove. Together with the four bedrooms on the upper floors, this home's original function was

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919 Maryland Ave #1919 Maryland Ave #1919 Maryland Ave #1

Charming Capitol Hill condo with many original details! 919 Maryland Ave NE home showcases some of the most beautifully ornate details in restoring the original character of a Washington row home. The high ceilings are adorned with crown molding, the windows are dressed with plantation shutters, and the light filled living room contains custom floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcases. Gorgeous hardwood floors lay throughout the home.

919 Maryland Ave #1919 Maryland Ave #1

Updates such as recessed lighting throughout, stainless steel appliances, granite counters and a gorgeous backsplash in the huge kitchen provide modern convenience to partner the charming characteristics in the space. Not to mention the large private outdoor space off the kitchen! You may dine out while dining in on one

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This is the one bedroom plus den you have been looking for! The Atlas Condominium is a full service building boasting 24 hour concierge, a fitness center, private courtyard, party room and lounge. The building completed construction in 2005, making it a newer building compared to those in the area. The Atlas is also pet friendly, allowing two pets up to 40 pounds each! The fee is low for the amenities offered at only $578/month. Located on the eighth floor with 933 square feet, there are awesome views and room to entertain. 

Its location next to Trader Joe's could not be more ideal for groceries. In addition there are a number of great restaurants within a few blocks like Blue Duck Tavern, Marcel's Grill Fish and Jardenea. Foggy Bottom Metro offers

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Open Living Room #407

Updated Kitchen, Stainless and Granite

Amazing Roof Deck Views

Large Bedroom with Walk-in Closet

Bright Large Bath w/ W/D

Check out our newest listing! The Lincoln Park Terrace Condominium has the best combination of amenities, age and location! The building was constructed from the ground up in 2007 and has been well-maintained. The lobby and halls have character and elegance. The building includes an elevator, disability access, a large roof deck and underground parking garage complete with bike storage and individual owner storage lockers. The building is secured at the entrance by a key fob. The property has its own well-landscaped courtyard and backs up to Kingsman Field Park. A dog park has been a recent addition to the neighborhood on the far side of the park. The building is pet friendly too!

#407 looks out over the well-landscaped courtyard

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5515 Front Exterior

Are you in the market for a wonderfully renovated home in the Hyattsville Arts District? Look no further! New everything! Roof, electrical, plumbing, heating/cooling, windows, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, tiled baths, cedar porches and more - ALL NEW! Stunning master suite with vaulted ceilings, double vanity, huge frameless glass shower, and two walk-in closets. Finished basement could be second suite or huge family room. Great layout. For more details visit the listing page.  Contact Nate Ward for more information!5515 Kitchen

5515 Master En suite5515 Huge Master BR with 2 walk-in closets
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Lincoln Park Terrace

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Check out our newest listing! The Lincoln Park Terrace Condominium has the best combination of amenities, age and location! The building was constructed from the ground up in 2007 and has been well-maintained. The lobby and halls have character and elegance. The building includes an elevator, disability access, a large roof deck and underground parking garage complete with bike storage and individual owner storage lockers. The building is secured at the entrance by a key fob. The property has its own well-landscaped courtyard and backs up to Kingsman Field Park. A dog park has been a recent addition to the neighborhood on the far side of the park. The building is pet friendly too!

#206 looks out over the well-landscaped courtyard and is far

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What are the steps to buy a home in DC? If you find yourself pondering this question, you may feel overwhelmed, but we’re here to help you through the process whether you would like to buy in Adams Morgan, Petworth, Arlington, Silver Spring, or another neighborhood in the DC area.

One of the first steps to buy a home in DC involves selecting a realtor to guide you in your home search. It’s important to enlist a real estate agent with experience in your market. This person will listen to your needs and desires about number of bedrooms and bathrooms, features, location, timing, budget, and more. Feel free to contact me as you begin your home buying adventure.

After establishing your budget with your lender, it’s time to start looking at homes.

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The DC Housing Finance Agency (HFA) has a new program called DC Open Doors to help with down payment costs. Generally, such programs are targeted to low income residents, but DC Open Doors assists potential homeowners with incomes up to $123,395.

With an Area Median Income of $107K and an average home price over $450K, HFA realized that they needed a program to encourage homeownership and help people over the hurdle of a down payment. The $123,395 income limit only applies to the borrower, not the entire household.

DC Open Doors is a mortgage program offered through participating lenders, including Wells Fargo Bank and First Home Mortgage, among others. HFA offers residents a down payment assistance loan (DPAL) for 3% (with an HFA Preferred loan)

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Capitol Hill, which spans parts of Southeast and Northeast, is nestled below the H Street Corridor, above the Washington Navy Yard, east of the National Mall, and west of the Anacostia River. The neighborhood is not only the home of the United States Capitol, it’s also the largest historical neighborhood in the District. If you’re interested in a new home in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, you’re in luck! There are a few new developments currently selling or coming soon.

The Edmonds School project is currently offering luxury condominiums and townhomes at 901 D Street in Northeast. The Townhomes at Edmonds School are a conversion of the original school building into multi-level brownstones. The interior features include exposed brick, hardwood plank

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The DC Department of Transportation (DDOT) has been renovating the New York Avenue Bridge for years. The span carries traffic over the rail yard north of Union Station. During the rehabilitation project, DDOT decided that the bridge needed some visual appeal like the lions on the Taft Memorial Bridge, tigers on the 16th Street/Piney Branch Bridge, or horsemen on Memorial Bridge. So DDOT enlisted the help of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH).

DCCAH oversaw the project to adorn the bridge that is the gateway from an area of industrial warehouses to a new and more vibrant NoMa neighborhood. Currently, two 52-foot-high (over 5 stories tall), 56-foot-long, 22-ton, wing-like, steel sculptures appear on either side of the bridge on New York

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