Thoughtfully crafted around the 1895 Buchanan School building on Capitol Hill, the homes at Buchanan Park are a unique blend of history and luxury. Inspired by the Federal-style homes in the area, the collection of 32 townhomes was designed with convenience and practicality in mind.
A rendering of the outdoor space at Buchanan Park.
Located at the intersection of 13th & D Streets Southeast, Buchanan Park is within walking distance of the Eastern Market Metro station and over two dozen shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. The community features landscaped spaces including a central green, multiple intimate outdoor gathering areas and a series of inviting pedestrian walkways that connect to the surrounding neighborhood.
The kitchen at Buchanan Park.
The layout of the townhomes at Buchanan Park provide for ample living space and comfort. The floorplans offer light-filled spaces, and the interiors were impeccably designed to match the prominent exterior features. Oversized kitchens come with Bosch stainless steel appliances and an island with a seating area. Interior finishes include Waterworks fixtures, 10-foot ceilings on the first floor and sand-in place white oak flooring. Each home comes with a spacious roof terrace, a dedicated parking space and the option for wrought iron fencing around the front yard.
The living room at Buchanan Park.
Sales are underway for both three- and four-bedroom townhomes at Buchanan Park, with an expected delivery date of early 2017. For more information, visit www.buchananparkdc.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/buchanan_park_-_history_meets_community/11840.
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