1525 P Street, Logan Circle's newest condominium development, is coming on the market.
Offering only five modern residences behind a historic brick and brownstone exterior, 1525 P Street delivers impeccable style and unique floorplans in the heart of one of DC’s most desirable neighborhoods.
No two homes at 1525 P Street are alike, but all five are exceptionally spacious, ranging from 760 to over 2,000 square feet. In addition to two two-bedroom residences, 1525 P Street offers two three-bedroom residences with two-and-a-half and three bathrooms, respectively, as well as one penthouse unit.
The spacious penthouse has three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms spread over the top two levels. The main floor features the primary bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet, as well as a powder room. The kitchen and living space leads to an oversized deck, the first of two generously sized outdoor spaces. The upper level features two more bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as a large family room that leads to the property's second, oversized outdoor terrace.
Interiors at 1525 P Street are modern and chic. Finishes include French white oak flooring throughout, custom-designed white oak stairs, custom kitchen cabinetry with integrated pulls, Porcelanosa kitchen counters, fully-integrated Thermador appliances, walk-in closets and dressing rooms (in primary bedrooms), and frameless glass showers. The building also comes with available off-street parking.
Logan Circle is one of DC’s trendiest neighborhoods and is home to dozens of the city’s top restaurants, bars and shops. In addition to being steps from the Logan Circle Whole Foods, residents of 1525 P Street will be close to Le Diplomate, Barcelona Wine Bar, Doi Moi, Nina May, SEPHORA, Ted’s Bulletin, Trader Joe’s, West Elm, Amazon Fresh, Bluestone Lane Café and many, many more.
Pricing at 1525 P Street ranges from $600,000 to $1,995,000, and two of the units are staged for touring.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/five-exclusive-opportunities-to-live-in-the-heart-of-logan-circle/19798.
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