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A First Look at Seneca House, the Newest Boutique Property in DC
Seneca House—a one-of-a-kind boutique residential building from developer PT Blooms—is selling quickly.
Located across the street from Meridian Hill Park, the residences at Seneca House boast light, open spaces, contemporary and functional layouts, abundant storage and high-quality finishes.
Of the ten homes at Seneca House, eight remain for sale, including five one-bedroom + den residences, two one-bedroom residences and one two-bedroom residence. Each home features a distinct design chosen to reflect the building's individuality, which is illustrated vividly on the outside: the historic exterior features a vibrant mural by artist Hamilton Glass. Pricing ranges from $499,000 to the high $600s.
The homes at Seneca House are contemporary with a European bent and sophisticated finishes, including oak hardwood flooring, white lacquered kitchen cabinets and panelized Bosch appliances, Calacatta Prado quartz countertops, matte black Delta fixtures, pendant lighting and full-sized Whirlpool washer and dryers. Some of the remaining homes also have private outdoor terraces.
Seneca House is in an ideal location: steps from idyllic Meridian Hill Park, yet just a few blocks from the heart of the 14th Street Corridor and Logan Circle. The property is close to shopping, dozens of restaurants, markets, nightlife and entertainment.
Prospective buyers can now tour the property and take a virtual tour of a staged residence online. For more information visit SenecaHouseDC.com or contact sales agent Danai Sky at 202-494-4027 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-first-look-at-seneca-house-the-newest-boutique-property/20672.
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