An exclusive new condominium from notable local developer Ditto Residential just delivered on Capitol Hill.
The residences each feature three bedrooms plus an office, three-and-a-half bathrooms and are emblematic of Ditto Residential’s mission to create spaces and experiences that enable happier, healthier lives. From finishes to flooring, the homes have a luxurious yet minimalist feel. And with between 2,100 and 2,400 square feet of space over two levels, these condominiums live like single family townhomes.
Thoughtful layouts and architectural details make each home unique, visually interesting and exceedingly livable. Each residence features natural white oak flooring, custom white oak stairs, brass and gold fixtures, LED lights on a Lutron Caseta smart lighting system, ceiling heights from 8.5 to over 9 feet and full-sized laundry rooms with utility sinks.
The main bedrooms feature walk-in closets and dressing rooms. Kitchens feature fully integrated Bosch appliances, custom cabinetry and quartz countertops; and bathrooms feature frameless glass enclosed showers with Kohler fixtures. All of the homes boast private outdoor spaces, and the property offers both a shared east-west facing terrace and a beautifully landscaped interior courtyard. Parking is also available for purchase.
The four new residences are located in a prime Capitol Hill location, just a few blocks from Lincoln and Stanton Parks, the Capitol Building, the Supreme Court and the National Mall. The new development is also within walking distance of dozens of restaurants, bars and shops at Eastern Market, in Navy Yard and in the H Street Corridor.
For additional information or to tour one of the staged residences, contact Brent Jackson and Rob Sanders, Senior Vice Presidents of The Rob and Brent Group, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, at 202.263.9200 or at email@example.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/four-ultra-modern-bespoke-residences-debut-on-capitol-hill/18494.
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