949 sq ft.
"Rare. Unique. Unexpected. This surprising Georgetown condo benefits from being tucked into a boutique 9-unit building in the heart of it all, yet set back down a quiet walk, providing the ultimate combination of privacy and proximity. Superbly redone with refined elements throughout, this two-level, top-floor corner unit will dazzle with designer finishes and sun-filled living spaces. A true gem."
Located in the heart of Georgetown, this beautifully remodeled two-level residence is move-in ready. Strolling distance from Georgetown Waterfront Park and all the great restaurants and shops, the spacious condo is part of a handsome 9-unit boutique building. An airy ambience is complemented by oversized windows, lots of natural light, and pristine hardwood floors throughout. The entry level foyer leads into an open living and dining area with new built-ins and a custom wet bar. Sliding barn doors reveal a delightful gourmet kitchen with white stone counters and Bosch stainless steel appliances.
Two bedrooms suites are found upstairs, each with sunny exposures on two sides. The primary suite has a walk-in closet, and a new ensuite bath with a stone vanity counter and large frameless shower. The second bath has been similarly remodeled with stone counter and frameless shower. A front-loading and fully programmable washer/dryer stack adds further convenience. The entire home is finished in tasteful shades of white and gray for a fresh and modern feel. The building is fronted by a quaint brick sidewalk on a treelined street, steps from Wisconsin Ave, M Street, and all Georgetown has to offer.
From this renowned address, you can set off to explore more of Georgetown and the rest of the nation’s capital. The boardwalk, Georgetown Waterfront Park, Capital Crescent Trail lead and the C&O Canal Towpath supply an endless variety of outdoor fun, with hiking, jogging, bicycling, kayaking and more. You can also head southeast to the National Mall and numerous landmarks and memorials.
Georgetown itself is Washington’s most historic neighborhood, predating the creation of the District. From its days as a Colonial-era shipping port to its enduring status as the city’s crown jewel, the community effortlessly melds shopping, dining, entertainment and highly desired living spaces. From paddleboards and sailing to black-tie galas at Kennedy Center, you’ll never lack for things to do and places to go!
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