One of DC’s most elegant boutique condominium communities is nearly sold out.
1745N is tucked behind vintage iron gates and a classic, historic exterior in the heart of Dupont Circle. It boasts gorgeous, sun-soaked interiors and oversized bedrooms that are the pinnacle of modern luxury. Only nine homes at 1745N remain on the market.
The original townhome exteriors are a sophisticated combination of Queen Anne and Romanesque architecture. Inside, each residence transcends several eras to create an integrated style that pays homage to the history of the buildings.
High-end European design complements rustic finishes—such as exposed brick walls—and oversized windows are punctuated with deeps sills. Sleek bathrooms feature frameless showers, lighted mirrors, beautiful tile and Euro-style cabinetry. And kitchens are modern, imaginative and functional. The property also features private terraces, a quiet courtyard, concierge services, extra storage and parking.
Though located on a picturesque tree-lined street, 1745N is part of a lively downtown community. Boutiques, bookstores, world-famous restaurants and more provide the backdrop to the property’s unique spaces. 1745N is next door to the Tabard Inn and less than a five minute walk from the National Geographic Museum and the Dupont Circle Farmers Market.
Homes at 1745N range in price from the $849,900 to $2.7M and the remaining homes are available for private tours.
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