The Best Listing of 2020 (For the Well-Paid Lobbyist)

December 23, 2020

UrbanTurf’s favorite luxury listing of the year is a home four years in the making.

The owners of the 19th-century Dupont Circle rowhouse at 1711 S Street NW purchased the home six year ago and then set off on a complete renovation with Michael Beidler of Trout Design Studio. Over four years, the house was largely gutted and reconfigured, and several new amenities were added.

  • Full Listing: 1711 S Street NW (map)
  • Price: $5.95 million
  • Bedrooms: Six
  • Bathrooms: 6.5
  • Square Feet: 5,409
  • Year Built: 1892
  • Listing Agents: Kelly Williams, Loic Pritchett, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

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Best New Listings: From DC’s Most Competitive Neighborhood to Its Trendiest


Four Bedrooms in Sought-After Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant remains one of the most competitive housing markets in DC, and homes like this are the reason. The semi-detached four-bedroom rowhouse has an open main level that leads out to a large private back deck. There are two large bedrooms and a sitting room on the second level, and the loft-like third floor could also be used as a bedroom. The package is rounded out with two things that will help fetch above the asking price: an in-law suite in the basement and two-car parking out back.

  • Full Listing: 2017 Klingle Road NW (map)
  • Price: $949,900
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: 4.5
  • Year Built: 1921
  • Listing Agents: Loic Pritchett and Kelly Williams, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

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The House that Moved to Mount Pleasant

Not many homes in DC have been moved from one location to another, but this Mount Pleasant Victorian can claim that feat.

Located at 1886 Newton Street NW (map), the detached three-bedroom farmhouse has been completely renovated. The kitchen was updated in 2014 and all of the bathrooms have modern finishings and the master bathroom has dual vanities. Exposed beams, original banisters and the home’s tall ceilings are a reminder of the home’s history.

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