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Four Exceptional Alley Homes Debut Just Behind Atlas Theater
As alleys become the most interesting new frontier for Washington, DC real estate, a unique alley development called Linden Court has debuted in the heart of the H Street Corridor, tucked just behind the iconic Atlas Theater. From developer Monarch Urban, Linden Court consists of four, contemporary three-bedroom and three-bathroom townhomes in a flourishing alley community.
Each home at Linden Court includes 1,700 square feet over four levels, an open floor plan design and top-of-the-line finishes including hardwood white oak flooring, panelized Miele appliances, custom Snaidero cabinetry and abundant recessed lighting. All of the homes include a master suite featuring an en-suite bath with double vanity and floor-to-ceiling marble, a lofted sitting area with wet bar, and a private, south-facing roof terrace with sweeping views of Capitol Hill.
The homes at Linden Court also come with period style carriage doors, private garages and meticulously cultivated backyards with fully-grown ivy trellises and vegetable gardens.
Linden Court is located at 1315 Linden Court NE (map) between H and G Streets, and 13th and 14th Streets. In addition to future Linden Court retail, the property is just steps from the Atlas Theater, Bullfrog Bagels, Maketto, Sally's Middle Name, RedRocks pizza, Granville Moore’s, Toki Underground and much more on the corridor’s main drag.
Monarch Building & Development Corp. (parent company of Monarch Homes and Monarch Urban) is known for its high-end custom homes in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. The firm brought 30 years of experience in exceptional design and building to the redevelopment of Linden Court, one of several new projects by the firm on Capitol Hill. One construction executive who recently toured remarked, "I haven’t seen craftsmanship like this in years."
The Linden Court model home, designed and fully-furnished by Monarch Design DC in partnership with Room & Board, is now available for tours. For more information or to book a tour, contact McWilliam|Ballard Vice President David Klimas by phone at 202-431-1272 or by email at email@example.com.
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