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Live your best life in this spacious and grand colonial corner property in Northeast DC’s delightful Woodridge neighborhood boasting three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 25 Pella wood interior windows, four incredible levels of living space, and wonderful city and sunset views to the west.

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Gleaming hardwood and heart pine floors sweep you inside the brightly lit rooms on the main level, including a spacious living room with a fireplace for cold winter evenings, a dining room (with adjoining east side patio for al-fresco meals, morning coffee, or sunbathing), and a large kitchen (with chef-style gas range). There’s also an amazing light-drenched, all-season Florida room for when you crave the outdoors in winter. The enclosed back porch provides a great

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Check out this classic 4-bedroom/2.5-bathroom Brookland bungalow at 1406 Monroe Street NE, right in the beating heart of one of DC’s most delightful neighborhoods.

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Pass under the covered front porch (perfect for relaxing with a good book or your favorite beverage) into a main level dressed with hardwood floors that stretch from the cozy living room to the bright dining room, where you can enjoy meals made in the renovated kitchen featuring stainless-steel appliances, a gas range, and plenty of cabinets and counterspace. On the same level is a full bathroom and two bedrooms.

One of the best parts of 1406 Monroe Street NE is upstairs. The finished second floor has been transformed into a grand master bedroom with en-suite bathroom where you can

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Oh, hello. This white-brick beauty caught your eye? Come inside and imagine yourself living the good life in a renovated 3-bedroom/2-bathroom gem set on a quiet side street in Michigan Park.

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This property is a masterclass in balancing class and comfort. Dark wood floors run throughout the main and upper levels, accented by original wood trim. The main level greets you with an open living room and dining room (with built-in bench seating). The kitchen features marble counters, a mix of cabinets and open shelves, a gas range with hood, and a deep sink that looks out onto a fenced-in backyard. And that all-season sunroom? You could definitely get a lot of relaxing done there, too.

The home’s three bedrooms are upstairs, and include a master bedroom

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