The Adele is an exceptionally high-end downtown condominium boasting a host of bespoke features and powerful neighbors. And just one residence remains on the market at the luxury development.
Located at 1108 16th Street NW (map), The Adele overlooks the White House and has rooftop views of the Washington Monument. Like the architecture of its neighbors, which include The Mayflower Hotel, The Jefferson and The St. Regis, The Adele is traditional in design, exceptionally private and offers high-end concierge services.
The property is comprised of two collections—the Estate Collection and the City Collection. The remaining residence is a 7th floor, two-bedroom and two-and-a-half bath Estate unit featuring a 1,900-square-foot floor plan and an expansive balcony. It is priced at $1,799,900.
High-end features include oak wood floors, solid core wood doors, bespoke crown moldings, custom walk-in closets, customizable smart home technology and Circa light fixtures. Kitchens are Michael Hampton designed and include Woodmode cabinetry, Gaggenau and Thermador appliances, toe-kick lighting and Calcutta gold quartz countertops. Bathrooms feature heated Ann Sacks floors, Woodmode cabinetry, Waterworks fixtures, private water closets, expansive walk-in showers and separate undermount tubs.
In addition to The Adele’s concierge services, on-site amenities include a landscaped rooftop terrace with a wet bar and gas fireplace; private floor access; and dedicated parking.
Surrounded by DC landmarks, historic statues and centuries-old architecture, The Adele is conveniently located at the halfway point between Logan and Dupont Circles, and is three blocks from the White House. The property boasts a Walk Score of 98 and a Transit Score of 100. It is also a short walk from historic Georgetown and West End neighborhoods.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/final-opportunity-to-own-at-an-exceptionally-high-end-16th-street-condo/14762.
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