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Real Estate Fresh Finds: September 21 – PoPville

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: 1302 Kenyon Street NW

“Vision. Space. Location. This turn of the century row house was built in 1900 and features 4 levels, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a private backyard. Boasting nearly 3,000 square feet, you will adore this home’s high ceilings and spacious living areas. It is an amazing opportunity for someone looking to customize their dream home or an investor looking to convert the building into condos. Columbia Heights is among Washington, D.C.’s most vibrant and diverse neighborhoods and features an abundance of fine eateries, shopping, bars, coffee shops, and green spaces. Enjoy city living steps from your front door with this centrally located property that is just a block and a half away from the Metro and offers easy access to downtown, the Mall, National Airport, you name it! If you are looking for an easy project… this is the one!”

Other Notable Fresh Listings:

  • The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a 12 BR/5 BA Forest Hills villa built in 2019 on a half-acre lot with 17k+ sq. ft. spread across 4 levels and features a 2-story grand foyer, 8 fireplaces, an epic library, home theatre, gym, wine cellar, safe room and an 8-car garage with EV chargers and automatic security door and cameras — all for $10.5M.
  • “You won’t want to miss this Charming [2 BR/1.5 BA] Home steps from Barracks Row” with a fireplace, a fenced-in front and side yard, and a series of updates including the roof, kitchen, and both bathrooms.
  • “Located in the heart of Petworth and just blocks to the Georgia Ave-Petworth Metro Station and all its surrounding stores and restaurants, 323 Webster is a move-in ready 3 BR/3.5 BA rowhome that merges a modern renovation within a classic D.C. rowhome.”
  • Your REO/Bank-Owned Property of the Week is a 3 BR/1 BA Randle Heights foreclosure property that is described as “major rehab needed” but is likely more of a demolition and rebuilding project.



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