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MLS #: DC10048760            

Price: $499,000

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Square Footage: 768

Style: Traditional          

Walk Score: 98

Open House: Sunday 9/10, 1-3pm

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Classic style meets modern convenience! This newly renovated condo has two exposures, a private entrance and secured patio! The open layout invites an abundance of natural light throughout the entire home. New custom kitchen features granite countertops, stainless appliances, Bosch fridge and separate wine cooler for entertaining. Brand new flooring throughout the entire home. Even the water heater, washer / dryer and recessed lighting are brand new!

 

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The Chastleton is a 300-unit cooperative building located in Dupont Circle. It was built in 1920 and underwent a full renovation in 2007. A cooperative, or co-op, is different than condo ownership in that each owner is a shareholder in a corporation, rather than a deed holder and owner of real property. Co-ops are owned and run jointly by its members, and this is one of the most popular ones in DC.

Located at 1701 16th St. NW, at the corner of R St. NW, the Chastleton features eight floors and a rooftop deck. Some units come with parking and there is a 24/7 front desk and exercise room. The Chastleton includes studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units, ranging from less than 300 to nearly 1,000 square feet. Included in the condo fees are cable TV, lawn…

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Fixer-upper row homes are often the solution to saving some money in this current DC real estate market that is tough on buyers. Flippers are often profiting $200,000-$300,000, so if you can cut out the flipper and have the renovations done yourself you can save a lot. Shaw is one of the neighborhoods that offers a number of fixer-upper row homes ready for a buyer. It is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the District right now, and has seen a massive revitalization in the last decade. Shaw offers its own amenities while being close to downtown DC. Several new restaurants have opened in the last few years with the neighborhood’s renaissance, including several ethnic options like Zenebech Injera Ethiopian. Shaw is also close to Chinatown, Logan Circle, the…
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317 V Street NE is a charming 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom detached home for sale located in the Eckington neighborhood of DC. With 1,740 square feet of living space, this is a comfortably-sized house for a family. This property features soaring ceilings, an emphasis on the original woodwork, and three fireplaces hidden behind the current drywall on the first floor. The kitchen and bathrooms have been recently remodeled and offer modern appliances. Outside, there is a picturesque large front porch, parking for two cars, and a lot of 2,636 square feet. The house is located just a few blocks from the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station on the red line. Eckington is a small but popular neighborhood in Northeast DC that is very residentially oriented. It is located…
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City Market at O is a great example of urban revitalization in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, DC. Home to 645 residential units, 182 hotel rooms, 86,239 square feet of retail space, and a unique Giant supermarket, this property has come a long way from its roots. City Market at O is located between O and P Street NW and 7th and 9th Streets NW, less than two blocks from the Mount Vernon Square Metro station on the yellow/green lines. In addition to Shaw, the neighborhoods of Logan Circle, Truxton Circle, and Mount Vernon Triangle are nearby. There are plenty of row homes to be found in the area, and while prices have been on the rise for the last few years, good bargains can still be found. Shaw is one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in the…
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If you’re looking to find a two-bedroom condominium near the Walter Washington Convention Center, we can definitely help you in that process. We are experts in the area, as our brokerage is located just a couple miles north of the Convention Center. The building itself is a 2.3 million square foot complex with 77 rooms that opened in 2003. High-rise condos and condo conversions have sprung up left and right in the area since the Convention Center’s opening. You are basically looking at living in one of three neighborhoods in the District if you want to be near the Convention Center: Shaw, Mount Vernon Triangle, or Logan Circle. All three have seen a great rebirth since the turn of the 21st Century. Be sure to check out CityVista at 5th and K Streets NW.…

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Shaw is one of DC’s hottest neighborhoods right now. This Northwest DC sector offers a great location, including two Metro stops on the yellow & green lines. Several restaurants have sprung up in the area, and it is in close proximity to Penn Quarter, Logan Circle, the National Mall, U.S. Capitol building, Union Station, and Howard University. In addition to the already existing houses in the neighborhood, brand news condos in Shaw have become a very popular choice. Yale Steam Laundry (right) is just one of the newest condominium options. Check out the map to see what the market has to offer right now in terms of brand new condos in Shaw!

 

 


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Restaurant reservations make the dining out process easier. But sometimes it can be difficult to get a reservation at a hot, new dining establishment.

The advent of online restaurant reservation systems like OpenTable and CityEats has made reservations fast and easy. But some restaurants do not list all of their reservations online to accommodate walk-ins, regulars and VIPs. That’s why some big names in the restaurant world like Tom Sietsema, the Washington Post food critic, and David Hale, the general manager and wine director for Central Michel Richard, still make restaurant reservations by phone occasionally. 

If you were trying to make a restaurant reservation for four people at a particular time, the online system may only have two two-tops…

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Condos near Logan Circle in Northwest Washington D.C. include the upcoming Elevenm, which are only four units of loft-style luxury condos on 11th Street NW between M and N Streets NW being developed by Brook Rose Development.

These condos, which start in the $500,000s, are studios or one-bedroom or one-bedrooms with a study. New condos near Logan Circle are most likely to be these renovated-building type of projects as the area is essentially already fully developed out with very few buildings calling for a major ground-up overhaul.

Similar condos near Logan Circle include the Lionel Lofts, which are five condos in the redevelopment of the Lionel Train store at 1324 14th Street, placing it just a block from Logan Circle, just south of Rhode Island…

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The Shaw Dog Park is a free dog park near Logan Circle. It’s just a few blocks away from the circle at 1673 11th Street in Northwest. The dog park is maintained by the DC Department of Parks and Recreation in partnership with the public. 

Shaw Dog Park opened in 2008 and consists of a 15,000-square-foot public park where dogs are free to play and socialize off-leash.  The park has two fenced enclosures for different speeds of dogs. The smaller enclosure, which holds up to five dogs, is for dogs under 25 pounds, physically challenged dogs, and senior dogs. The larger enclosure is for active play like ball tossing and running with a maximum of 28 dogs. The dog park near Logan Circle is open from 7 AM to 10 PM on weekdays and opens an hour later on…

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