A rendering of a living room at 1219 Park.
Three distinctive full floor residences located in the heart of Columbia Heights are now selling. Sophisticated yet hip, cool yet refined, these exquisitely constructed condominiums boast private outdoor space and square footage you won’t find elsewhere in the city. 1219 Park features two-bedroom homes ranging from 1,175 to 1,275 square feet and priced from $699,900 to $799,900, and one expansive, 2,275-square-foot three-bedroom plus den duplex featuring a media room and private outdoor terrace, priced at $1,299,900.
The interior of 1219 Park has been completely transformed, with sleek and modern floorplans boasting plentiful closet space, high-end kitchens and spa-inspired baths. The property’s original façade has been preserved and quality finishes include floor-to-ceiling Pella Windows, solid-core doors, wide-plank white oak flooring, gas fireplaces, Bosch stainless steel appliances, high-gloss Poggenpohl cabinetry and large quartz waterfall kitchen islands, smart home security features and secured parking.
A rendering of a bathroom at 1219 Park.
1219 Park is just minutes to virtually anywhere and anything in Washington, DC. Boasting a 96 walk score, 86 bike score and 83 transit score, it is just around the corner from the neighborhood’s popular 11th Street restaurant scene including The Coupe, Room 11, Odd Provisions, and the hugely popular Bad Saint, named #2 New Restaurant in America by Bon Appetit Magazine in 2016. 1219 Park is also just three blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro station and DC USA which includes Target, Giant Foods and Bed Bath & Beyond.
A rendering of a kitchen at 1219 Park.
Make 1219 Park your home in this family friendly neighborhood steeped in rich history and a world of possibilities.
For more information about 1219 Park, visit the website here or contact Urban Pace Sales Manager Steve Swank at 202-841-7965.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/grand_opening_at_1219_park_on_december_6th/13283
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