Alexander Hall: A Unique Chance to Own in Historic Georgetown
Alexander Hall, one of the most luxurious new developments in the heart of Georgetown, is an intricate restoration of two historically significant structures dating back to the late 19th century.
The Church Residences
Crafted from the historical Alexander Memorial Baptist Church, The Church Residences are three stunning three-bedroom, two and a half bathroom condominium homes. These luxury condos feature wide plank hardwood flooring throughout, soaring ceilings with natural lighting, and a unique full copper roof.
A living room at The Church Residences.
The residences are outfitted with high-end Miele kitchen appliances, custom cabinetry, Kohler bathroom fixtures, Porcelanosa floor and wall tiles, and LED lighting. With layouts ranging from 2,360 to 2,640 square feet, prices at the Church Residences start at $1,795,000.
A kitchen at The Church Residences.
The Hall House
Formerly owned by astronomer Asaph Hall, this 5,400 square foot home is a historically renovated gem with seven bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms. The home features four finished levels with reclaimed walnut flooring, a private elevator and custom wainscoting and millwork throughout. The family room, sitting room, library with gas fireplace, dining room, and kitchen are ideally placed on the first floor.
A rendering of the library at The Hall House.
The master bedroom is conveniently situated on the second floor and features a large, cedar-lined, walk-in closet, a separate dressing room, and easy access to laundry facilities. The master bathroom features a frameless glass shower and has a heated floor. Two additional bedrooms and two full bathrooms are also on the second floor.
The master bathroom at The Hall House.
The third level comes complete with four spacious bedrooms, four full baths and walk-in closets for each room. A custom 2,000+ bottle wine cellar and ample storage space can be found on the lower level. Homeowners can also take in the sights of the city and enjoy a relaxing stroll through the private, manicured gardens surrounding the home.
Not to be limited to traditional amenities, owners at Alexander Hall have access to the amenities and services at the Four Seasons two blocks away, including 24-hour valet parking and privileges at the hotel’s spa, pool and fitness center.
For more information about the Church Residences at Alexander Hall, contact Michael Brennan, Jr at 202.330.7808 or contact Shahab Nasrin at 301.814.8093 for all Hall House inquiries.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/alexander_hall_a_unique_chance_to_own_in_historic_georgetown/11991.
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