The eclectic homes at Gallery Towns at Monroe Street Market offer homeowners a rare blend of historical architectural design, open layouts and a taste of urban chic. Carefully crafted by the Bozzuto Homes to fit into the surrounding neighborhood, the 45 townhomes are uniquely located near Catholic University and just steps away from the bustling Brookland and Monroe Street Market neighborhoods. With over 70% sold, Gallery Towns is becoming one of the hottest areas to own.
Local conveniences at Gallery Towns.
Voted by the National Association of Homebuilders as 2016's Best Urban Mixed Community, Gallery Towns has a home style for every taste. Townhome models come in three distinct layouts, Bartlett, Benton, Calder providing buyers with a garage, a finished basement, a fenced back yard and a balcony with city views. The Calder and Benton layouts also come with two parking spaces.
The view from a balcony at Gallery Towns.
Each townhome at Gallery Towns is ENERGY STAR® certified and has hardwood floors in the main living areas. LED recessed lighting and Schlage door hardware give these homes a unique blend of sophistication and comfort.
A living room layout at Gallery Towns.
The spacious, oversized kitchens come complete with quartz countertops, maple cabinets, ENERGY STAR®-rated stainless steel gas appliances and high-end polished chrome Kohler kitchen finishes. The townhomes range in size from 1,900 to 2,400 square feet. Pricing for the luxury townhomes starts at $779,900.
The gourmet kitchen at Gallery Towns.
Modern conveniences can be found in each home and the surrounding area as well. The best DC area attractions are a short walk away, including favorite hotspots like Busboys & Poets, Brookland Pint, &Pizza and seasonal pop-up farmers markets. Gallery Town residents also have direct access to the Brookland-CUA Metro station and are just a short train ride to the National Mall and museums.
For more details about Gallery Towns visit www.gallerytownhomes.com. or contact Courtney Ritter or Jennifer Felix at 202-853-1784.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/gallery_towns_-_the_best_of_urban_living/11859.
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