An expansive, three-bedroom apartment home is now available at the exclusive Cathedral Commons community in DC’s Cathedral Heights.
Cathedral Commons is an amenity-rich 145-unit luxury apartment community featuring flats, lofts and townhomes in the heart of Cathedral Heights. The lofted apartment—which can be toured virtually here—is an upper-level, corner unit offering over 2,000 square feet of space, three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths.
The unit features floor-to-ceiling windows, sweeping natural lighting and boasts grand, 20-foot ceilings from the lofted second level that overlooks the living room and entryway. The apartment home has a private second-floor patio with views of the National Cathedral.
Finishes include high-end stainless-steel appliances, a full-sized washer and dryer, oversized closets, granite countertops, hardwood floors (and carpeted bedrooms), and a sunroof in the entryway. Pricing starts at $9,520 per month.
Apartment homes at Cathedral Commons expertly incorporate the old-Washington character of the Cathedral Heights neighborhood with all of the comforts of modern living: abundant space, top-of-the-line appliances, outdoor spaces with views of the city, designer finishes, a 24-hour fitness center, a clubroom, garage parking, and top-notch services that consistently exceed expectations.
Cathedral Commons is conveniently located near a huge variety of new boutiques, restaurants and businesses, including Barcelona Restaurant + Wine Bar, Raku, Starbucks, Giant Food, CVS Pharmacy, Matchbox, Laser Away, Silver Diner, Pure Barre, [solidcore] and organic pet supply store Loyal Companion (Cathedral Commons is pet friendly).
Cathedral Commons is blocks away from the Cleveland Park and Tenleytown Metro stations and is close to some of DC’s best public and private schools.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/expansive-three-bedroom-loft-apartment-now-available-at-amenity-rich-cathed/20024.
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