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Chapman Stables Releases Its High-End Penthouse Collection

  • February 13, 2019

by UrbanTurf Sponsor

With well over half of the residences at Chapman Stables sold, the Truxton Circle property has announced the release of a new collection of penthouses, The Lineage Collection.

The Lineage Collection at Chapman Stables.

The Lineage Collection encompasses Chapman Stables most prestigious homes, featuring over 1,000 square feet of living space, up to twelve-foot ceilings, skylights, custom spiral staircases and private terraces. The Lineage Collection features a unique mix of traditional one-level homes as well as expansive duplex homes that feature private outdoor space. Homes range from one-bedroom with dens to two-bedroom, two-bathroom units, as well as an exclusive three-bedroom, three-bath duplex.

A penthouse living space.

Originally built between 1906 and 1916, the historic Chapman Coal Company Garage and Stable at 57 N Street NW (map) was used as a coal yard, a stable and a garage before it became home to the Brass Knob warehouse, which vacated the space in 2010. Renowned DC developer Four Points transformed the building and neighboring space into two conjoined, industrial-style properties with 114 homes and ground floor retail space.

Chapman Stables residences are infused with high-end architectural designs, restored historic masonry and classic finishes that bring the spaces to life and reinvigorate its storied past. The Lineage Collection’s luxurious finishes include wide-plank white oak flooring, premium Bosch appliances, custom artisanal kitchen islands by Arrowhead Designs, kitchen cabinetry from JSuss, Silestone countertops and Grohe plumbing fixtures, deep soaking tubs in bathrooms, and oversized energy-efficient windows. Each home also comes complete with a Nest thermostat and built-in device charging ports.

Exclusive spiral staircases and duplex homes

Building amenities include a front desk concierge, a serene central courtyard and yoga space, a lush rooftop terrace with sweeping monument views, and a rooftop pavilion with chef’s communal kitchen, dining and lounge space. The property offers both storage units and package and mail room services, and a secure garage parking space is included with the purchase of each Lineage Collection residence.

Chapman Stables' two-story lobby.

Located in the heart of the vibrant Truxton Circle neighborhood, Chapman Stables owners are steps from some of the best dining and entertainment options in the city, including the Union Market neighborhood. Homeowners can also take a quick stroll to popular eateries like Convivial, Big Bear Cafe and Republic Cantina, which is located on Chapman Stables’ ground floor.

Pricing for The Lineage Collection starts from the $800s with all homes including a private garage parking space. Sales and marketing for the homes is managed exclusively by McWilliams|Ballard. The onsite Chapman Stables sales office is open from Thursday through Monday from Noon to 5pm. To learn more about Chapman Stables’ Lineage Collection or to book a tour, please visit the property online here.

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