Best New Listings: Two Lofts and a Glass House
This week’s Best New Listings includes a Gurney glass house in Bethesda and two loft condos in Northwest.
A Converted Condo in Penn Quarter
Across the street from the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro station, this industrial one-bedroom is one of several units at Mather Studios, a residential project converted from an office building. Finishes throughout the condo include oversized soundproof windows; stained concrete floors; textured concrete ceilings and pillars; and exposed HVAC, pipes, conduits and brick. The open concept living area has a kitchen with an island, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in one corner, with a dining space before the living room area. The large bedroom has two exposed brick walls, and the bathroom also has a brick wall, tiled floors and a tiled shower.
- Full Listing: 916 G Street NW, #403 (map)
- Price: $479,750
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 750
- HOA Fees: $448/month
- Year Built: 2002
- Listing Agent: Rob Carter, Compass
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
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A Gurney Glass House in Bethesda
Over in the Edgemoor section of Bethesda, the block terminates at this contemporary house, designed by architect Robert M. Gurney. Clean lines and floor to ceiling windows define both the interior and exterior of the house, and the stairwell at the center has glass guards and is backlit by a double height wall of windows. The formal dining room has a wall of windows opposite a bar area set into a wall of cabinets, and there is a sunroom-like breakfast room in a separate corner. Windows take up much of the walls on either side of a slab fireplace in the living room, while the kitchen has a wall of windows instead of a backsplash, as well as marble tile floors, a double-length countertop, and a concealed fridge. The bedrooms are across two wings on either side of the second story landing, which doubles as a sitting room and has walls on windows on two sides. The house also includes an interior two car garage, a pool and a pool deck.
- Full Listing: 7423 Hampden Lane (map)
- Price: $4.2 million
- Bedrooms: Five
- Bathrooms: Five
- Square Feet: 6,710
- Year Built: 2011
- Listing Agent: Nancy Itteilag, Washington Fine Properties
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
Industrial Loft Living in Logan Circle
Half a block off 14th Street, this loft-like unit shares many of the industrial features of the one-bedroom unit above. The walls are corrugated concrete, surrounding huge gridded windows with deep sills, and the ceilings are extra high. Floating shelves sit above a cabinet next to a gas fireplace in the living area, while the kitchen sits in another corner with subway tile backsplash and open shelving above the cabinets, facing a breakfast area. One bedroom has a round concrete pillar and an exposed brick accent wall, with a bathroom with black subway tiled shower. The second bedroom has one exposed brick and one corrugated concrete wall, and its bath has steel blue subway tiles lining the side by side shower and tub stalls. The unit also includes a parking space.
- Full Listing: 1401 Church Street NW, #404 (map)
- Price: $1,025,000
- Bedrooms: Two
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Feet: 1,317
- HOA Fees: $745/month
- Year Built: 2005
- Listing Agents: Meredith Margolis, Molly Peter, Compass
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