Prospective homebuyers have a fleeting chance to own at 1721 P, high-end condominiums situated on a tree-lined, quiet street that feature a unique blend of historical accents and trendy upgrades.
Nestled in the vibrant Dupont Circle corridor, the available two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is within a three-block radius from the Dupont Circle Metro, several grocery stores, gyms like Vida - Metropole and dozens of highly sought-after dining and entertainment options.
The living room space in Residence A at 1721 P.
With over 1,500+ square feet of livable space, Residence A at 1721 P boasts an open floorplan with a private outdoor patio, equipped with a gas line for grilling.
The floorplan of Residence A at 1721 P.
Interior finishes include hardwood flooring throughout, textured porcelain tile in the bathrooms, recessed lighting throughout and front-loading washer and dryer.
The master bedroom in Residence A at 1721 P.
The chef caliber kitchen comes complete with custom wood cabinetry, Bosch stainless steel appliances and marble countertops. The details in the home are well planned out, giving residents the best of luxury and convenience.
The kitchen in Residence A at 1721 P.
When you purchase at 1721 P, you will enjoy free on-site parking for two years. An open house for interested buyers is scheduled for this Saturday February 4th and Sunday February 5th from 1-3pm at 1721 P Street NW.
For inquiries and to schedule an appointment to view Residence A, contact Kurt Rieschick at 202-415-3446. or via email at Krieschick@mcwilliamsballard.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/1721_p_-_history_highlighted_by_fine_design/12118.
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