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        Best New Listings: The Three-Bedroom Bungalow Edition

        by Nena Perry-Brown

        This week’s Best New Listings includes a turn-of-the-century two-bedroom in Stanton Park, and three-bedroom bungalows in Chevy Chase and Riverdale Park.


        A Turn-of-the-Century Rowhouse in Stanton Park

        A stained-glass transom window above the front door announces the address of this Stanton Park rowhouse. In the living room, there is a white gas fireplace with mantle that sits between floor-to-ceiling built-ins, and the dining area has an exposed brick accent wall. A breakfast bar peninsula separates the dining area from the kitchen, mounted above quartz countertops, and weathered exposed brick doubles as a backsplash where the stovetop sits beneath a hood. The two bedrooms upstairs share a bathroom with double sink, standalone clawfoot tub, and a frameless glass-enclosed marble shower stall. The backyard flagstone patio has a sound system, elevated garden beds, and a built-in granite bar, along with access to a 410 square-foot garage.

        • Full Listing: 521 5th Street NE (map)
        • Price: $1,025,000
        • Bedrooms: Two
        • Bathrooms: 1.5
        • Square Feet: 1,440
        • Year Built: 1890
        • Listing Agent: Todd Vassar, Compass

        A Three-Bedroom Bungalow in Historic Riverdale

        Over in Riverdale Park, this three-bedroom bungalow is a couple of blocks from the town's historic destinations. Past the front porch, a double-wide entryway off the foyer leads into the living room, where a brick fireplace is wedged between two built-in cabinets with leaded glass doors, each beneath a small stained-glass window. Through another wide entryway, the formal dining room has double exposure, and the kitchen has a hood and stainless steel backsplash above the stovetop. The bedrooms share a bathroom upstairs, and the partially-finished lower level also offers a storage/laundry room. The spacious backyard has a shed, and the house also has a deep driveway. 

        • Full Listing: 4713 Oliver Street (map)
        • Price: $435,000
        • Bedrooms: Three
        • Bathrooms: 1.5
        • Square Feet: 1,300
        • Year Built: 1919
        • Listing Agent: Ann Barrett, Long & Foster Real Estate

        Early 20th Century Style in Chevy Chase

        Just as adorable and only two years younger than the Riverdale Park bungalow, this Chevy Chase three-bedroom packs a lot in a small space. One wall spanning the open-concept main level has painted paneling above built-in shelves and cabinets, which are level with a white-painted brick wood-burning fireplace. Additional shelving is built in floor-to-ceiling in a reading nook, and the main level also has a sunroom-like den with a shelf following the perimeter, attached to a full bath. The kitchen has a tin press-style backsplash and modern white cabinetry. The house also has a spacious backyard.

        • Full Listing: 7007 Georgia Street (map)
        • Price: $875,000
        • Bedrooms: Three
        • Bathrooms: Two
        • Square Feet: 1,162
        • Year Built: 1921
        • Listing Agent: Katherine Sheckells, Compass

        This article originally published at http://www.811web.cn/articles/blog/best-new-listings-three-bedroom-bungalows-edition/16842

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