Washington, District of Columbia 20008
Harry Wardman, the renown architect, drew the Dresden and oversaw its construction that was complete in 1910. It was one of his most elaborate buildings and has become a Washington Landmark featured in the popular book "Best Addresses". The building offers some of the most spacious and traditional floor plans in the city. Many units offer commanding views of the city toward Taft Bridge to the north. A staffed front desk is a welcomed amenity for residents adding a sense of service and graciousness often lost in the newer buildings. Units are characterized by tall ceilings, hardwood floors, large windows and elaborate moldings. Entry galleries and wide hallways are gracious touches prevalent throughout the Dresden.
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Old World Luxury Touches at the Dresden
- Parquet floors
- Intricate plaster moldings
- Beautiful rooftop garden
- Staffed front desk/doorman
- Garage parking
Living in Chic Kalorama
Developed mostly between 1897 and 1931, Kalorama is full of beautiful views and old-world appeal. Home to several embassies, in addition to the Woodrow Wilson House, Kalorama is a spectacular neighborhood full of historical charm. Adjacent to vibrant Dupont Circle with a multitude of restaurants and shops, Kalorama offers a quiet lifestyle just blocks from the pulse of the city. A Sunday morning farmer's market is a neighborhood gem where you can buy everything from fresh flowers to locally grown produce, gourmet cheeses, meats and baked goods. For outdoor enjoyment, Rock Creek Park runs along the northern side of Kalorama and offers excellent walking paths, horse trails and dog parks.
Accessing the Best of DC from the Dresden
Located between two Metro stations along the Red Line, the Dresden is a commuter's dream. The Woodley Park station is across the bridge and Dupont Circle is just down the hill. If you don't want to take your car from the garage, abundant taxi cabs are found at your front door along Connecticut Avenue. Residents enjoy close proximity to the White House, Reagan National Airport and the Kennedy Center.