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Boneval Debuts with Design & Amenity Offerings Rarely Seen on Capitol Hill
Bonéval has unveiled two brand new models this fall offering a glimpse into what residents can look forward to after its upcoming completion. As one of the only new elevator buildings on Capitol Hill, Bonéval offers an impressive amenity package—unique for a boutique building.
This new community offers 40 custom homes with refined indoor and outdoor spaces. Inside is an inviting lobby with a resident concierge and a stylish parlor featuring statement-making décor and plush furnishings ideal for either relaxing or an evening soirée. The courtyard is a tranquil space with lounge seating while the roof terrace features a grilling area and the Hill’s most stunning views of the Capitol dome. The property also features pet amenities, private storage and secure underground parking. Sales have only been underway a short time and the property is already over 50 percent sold.
Behind its two-toned, classical yet contemporary exterior, Bonéval features a variety of floor plans: one bedroom, one bedroom plus den and two bedroom residences. Bonéval is also home to the Gallery Collection, which feature oversized floor plans (up to nearly 1,460 square feet) and private terraces. Prices range from the mid $400s to $1.249M.
Homes at Bonéval feature nine- and ten-foot ceilings, Elfa Storage System closets, designer LED lighting, Energy Star stainless steel appliances, solid core wood doors, secured access and Nest Thermostat systems. The homes were designed with two style selections, modern or classic, that include American-made solid wood cabinetry, Silestone solid quartz countertops, Lauzon hardwood floors, Kohler fixtures and honed Carrara marble bathroom flooring.
Located at 300 8th Street NE (map), Bonéval is steps from both Stanton Park and Lincoln Park, as well as Capitol Hill's beloved Eastern Market. Neighborhood cafes and restaurants include Little Pearl, Peregrine Espresso, Rose’s Luxury, Medium Rare and many others on Barracks Row. Bonéval is minutes from Union Station, a hub for the Red Line Metro and Amtrak, and the Eastern Market Metro station on the Orange and Blue Lines.
For more information on Bonéval, visit the property online here, or contact Urban Pace at 202-315-5429 or email@example.com.
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