825 sq ft.
"We love everything about this unit and this building! Airy living spaces, Trader Joe’s on site, a rooftop pool, fitness, parking, and the ultimate walkable location!"
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Columbia #423. Find your place in the southern sunlight
This bright and sunny residence at The Columbia is sure to delight! The one-bedroom, one-bath layout offers over 765 square feet of living space with an inviting feel. The experience begins with a lovely front foyer leading into a large and open main living area. Giant windows with plantation shutters allow natural light to filter in, bathing the pristine pale blonde hardwood floors in a warm glow.
Rich architectural details abound throughout this airy unit with its great room concept. An open gourmet kitchen is set into a single wall, allowing for maximum space savings and a feeling of modernity. Handsome Poggenpohl cabinetry is complemented by granite counters and glass tile backsplash. Stainless steel appliances include a Viking gas range, SubZero refrigerator and Viking dishwasher. Glass globe hanging pendant lights over the granite breakfast bar add a nice touch.
Steps lead up to a large master bedroom with hardwood floors, his and hers closets and an overhead ceiling fan. A cutout at the top of one wall is trimmed with crown molding, adding to the loft-style ambience. The oversized marble bathroom features an extended vanity, designer fixtures and a frameless shower. Custom organizers provide plenty of room for your towels and linens. A front-loading washer and dryer stack are tucked into a hallway closet for added convenience.
Also included is one parking space and a large locker for extra storage. The Columbia is located in Washington’s popular West End neighborhood and features tons of amenities, including an on-site Trader Joe’s, a swanky roof deck with rooftop swimming pool, billiards room, club room, fitness center, front desk and three guest suites.
The Columbia and Unit 423 Put It All Together.
The Columbia is one of Washington’s most unique condominium communities. Founded in Thomas Circle in 1866, the Columbia Hospital for Women was dedicated to serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital moved to the West End a decade later was rebuilt in 1912 with a dramatic Italianate style from Nathan C. Wyeth, architect of the West Wing and Oval Office of the White House. The hospital remained open until 2006, when it was closed, renovated and expanded as luxurious condominiums.
The grounds of the Columbia are lush and inviting with rolling lawns and shade trees. The presence of the community’s own Trader Joe’s is a great bonus, allowing a simple stroll for groceries! There’s also an on-site dry cleaners and an Urban Boxing location. Other amenities include a club room, billiards, fitness center, rooftop deck, heated swimming pool, three furnished guest suites for visitors, front desk, concierge service and security.
Residents at the Columbia enjoy the ultimate walkable location in the West End, a neighborhood that dates back to the original planning of the District. These days, Georgetown’s next-door neighbor enjoys a vibrant, lively atmosphere. Enjoy the modern new West End library, black-tie events at Kennedy Center and movies at Landmark’s West End Cinema. Nearby restaurants include Rasika West End, Blue Duck Tavern, Ris and Marcel’s by Robert Wiedmaier. The Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro is within walking distance.Learn More About The Columbia
Amazing Luxury In A Fabulous West End Location
The Columbia scores in four categories on Life At The Top's "It" Buildings Lists including "High Demand." The Columbia's spectacular amenities are served up to residents with very reasonable monthly fees.
Convenient to the best of DC including shops, restaurants, nightlife, theater and the arts as well as the downtown business district, West End is home to The Columbia and some of DC’s other highest-end luxury condo buildings. You'll also be within walking distance to the best of Georgetown as well as Foggy Bottom and Dupont Circle.
Just a few of the dining options include Juniper, West End Bistro, Blue Duck Tavern at the Park Hyatt, RIS at the Ritz, Circle Bistro and Hudson.
West End provides easy access to the entire city. You can walk to the Kennedy Center, Georgetown and the Metro's Orange and Blue Line's Foggy Bottom-GWU station. National Airport, Maryland and Virginia are a quick ride away by car. Ubers and taxis abound in West End to whisk you around the city and deliver you home.Explore the Neighborhood
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