1,684 sq ft.
“Way cooler than just about anything else out there. I think Amelia Earhart is still flying around in there somewhere. Blindingly bright. Wickedly cool. Not for the faint of heart. Indulge.”
Dramatic Spaces, Walls Of Windows, And Every Amenity
Welcome to Penthouse #4 at The Coltrane, a stunning new offering just steps from the U Street Corridor. Built in 2011, this sparkling condo has been meticulously maintained and shows like new construction. Soaring ceilings and large windows flood the living spaces with light, creating an airy and open floor plan that boasts generously sized rooms and clean, modern finishes. The gourmet kitchen is a chef's dream and features gas cooking, GE Monogram appliances and stunning quartz countertops. Just off of the kitchen is the dramatic two-story great room with convenient powder room. Two additional bedrooms share a pristine hall bath. A second-level, private master suite features abundant closet space, a spa-inspired bathroom with separate soaking tub and glass shower, and even its own balcony. An open gallery leads to the pièce de résistance - a fabulous roof deck with treetop views of 11th Street and beyond.
The Coltrane — A Love Supreme
In 1964, John Coltrane and his jazz quartet created "A Love Supreme" — one of the most thought-provoking, concise, and technically pleasing albums in music history. In 2011, The Coltrane broke new ground in the neighborhood adjacent to U Street with its sleek, technically pleasing take on a modern, urban dwelling.
Housing just four residences including Penthouse #4.
The front facade is a riff on Bauhaus, captured in gray block, enameled panels, windows that speak of Mondrian and exquisite fenced-in gardens at street level. Reserved parking completes the offering.
U Street — Nine Blocks Of Urban Energy And Activity
Home to many of the city's most cutting edge shops, night clubs and restaurants, it's a shopping and nightlife corridor for a diverse group of consumers, diners, and partiers including the thousands who celebrate May's annual Funk Parade. Restaurants include Vinoteca, Masa 14, Le Diplomate and Creme, just to name a few. For late nights out, residents and visitors choose from Bohemian Caverns, HR 57, The Black Cat, Bar Nun, Town Danceboutique and the 9:30 Club.
MOM's Organic Market, Trader Joe's and Whole Foods pamper the neighborhood. Additional conveniences include CVS, Rite Aid and Logan Hardware. U Street is home to the African-American Civil War Memorial, the Duke Ellington Mural, The Cato Institute, and the renowned Lincoln Theater. The neighborhood is served by the green and yellow lines' U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial/Cardozo Washington Metro station. Explore the Neighborhood
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