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History Meets Modern Luxury in Logan Circle
The stately Victorian homes at The Gaslight District are quickly becoming a top destination for DC home buyers.
Nestled in the heart of Logan Circle, the 11 luxury residences are giving prospective homeowners a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own a piece of the city’s rich history.
Located just blocks away from The Studio Theater, The Gaslight District offers easy access to the city’s most popular live music venues, contemporary art galleries, diverse cuisine, and vibrant nightlife. This is why Thursday’s official Grand Release of Phase II is such a highly-anticipated announcement for those looking to be the first to see The Gaslight District’s new interior renovations.
Each residence showcases soaring ceilings, Herringbone hardwood floors throughout, handcrafted millwork, grand living rooms, and early 20th-century white marble restored fireplaces.
The five-star designer chef kitchens come complete with custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, recessed lighting, high-end Waterworks finishes, and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. The spacious bathrooms at The Gaslight District are impeccably-designed to exude comfort and luxury, with each bathroom featuring Carrera marble vanities and floor-to-ceiling ceramic tile.
The Gaslight District's floorplans range in size from one-bedroom, one-baths (736 square feet) to spacious two-bedroom, two-bath options (1,629 square feet) with sweeping views of the city from the private rooftop terrace. Prices range from $550,000 to $1,650,000 with private parking available and expected move-ins beginning in July/August 2020.
Following The Gaslight District’s Grand Release of Phase II on Thursday, June 25th, prospective buyers are invited to schedule a private in-person tour or view the available floorplans via virtual tour at www.gaslightdistrictdc.com.
For more specific property inquiries, feel free to contact Jenn Smira at 202.340.7675 or Marc Ross at 202.487.0000.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-rare-chance-to-own-a-piece-of-modern-history/16968.
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