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Inside H-Street's Hottest Two-Story Penthouse
When it comes to blending modern luxury with urban living, the unique homes at Seven|H are truly a rare find in one of DC's hottest neighborhoods. From the marble and wood-clad lobby with custom commissioned art to the tall ceilings and wide corridors with oversized entry doors, Seven|H has the feel of a premium boutique hotel.
To take advantage of Seven|H, prospective buyers will need to act fast. Only one home at the high-end development is currently available.
The gorgeous, two-story (1,250 square foot) penthouse at Seven|H has a spacious two-bedroom layout with a den and features a private roof deck and balcony. The home exudes beauty from its floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in ample natural sunlight to the dimmable recessed lighting to the wide plank hardwood flooring throughout.
The fully-amenitized private roof terrace is the ideal space to entertain and to take in extraordinary views of Capitol Hill. The outdoor space is equipped with a gas line, water line, and warm outdoor lighting.
The five-star chef's kitchen comes complete with quartz countertops in Cararra marble with a waterfall feature, stainless steel Bosch Benchmark appliances, a marble chevron patterned backsplash, and dimmable under-cabinet and pendant lighting.
The spa-inspired bathrooms in the penthouse at Seven|H feature glass barnstyle shower doors, a deep Mirabelle soaking tub, Halo-lit hotel style mirrors, and Kohler dual flush toilets.
The vibrant H Street community surrounding Seven|H offers a plethora of wonderful eateries showcasing every type of cuisine and the building is within walking distance to some of the city’s best farmer’s markets.
Seven|H is incredibly water and energy efficient and is a private building with only 5 to 6 homes on every floor. Homeowners will enjoy building amenities including bike storage, a package room, and a state-of-the-art latch entry and security system.
To take in the beautiful fall weather, Seven|H homeowners can easily access other destinations like Union Market and Capitol Hill or travel further into the city using the nearby Union Station and NOMA Metro stations or commuter trains (Marc and Amtrak).
The spacious penthouse at Seven|H is available for immediate move-in. The home is listed for $1,034,900.
Prospective homebuyers are invited to schedule a private tour by visiting the property website, emailing the Urban Pace sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the sales office directly at 202.315.5433.
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