Nestled in the District’s Logan Circle neighborhood, Boss Shepherd Condominiums offers six state-of-the-art residences just steps away from cafes, restaurants, shops, and DC's most popular nightlife spots.
Offering two-bedroom, two-bath homes and a spacious three-bedroom, 3.5-bath penthouse, Boss Shepherd Condominiums provides the highest level of luxury and privacy. The penthouse offers additional privacy with its own foyer and entryway.
Every residence also has eight-inch white oak flooring, recessed lighting, and floor-to-ceiling Pella windows providing ample natural light.
With sprawling 360-degree views of the Washington Monument and DC skyline from the private rooftop terrace, homeowners will have the perfect place to relax and unwind. The roof terrace on the penthouse unit comes prewired to accommodate a kitchenette and a gas grill with plenty of space to entertain guests.
The gourmet kitchens are impeccably-crafted for entertaining and come outfitted with a high-end appliance package, including a Wolf range, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Sharp built-in drawer microwave, and Calacatta marble with quartz waterfall countertops.
The large bedrooms are thoughtfully-designed to maximize space and efficiency. The master suites and bathrooms feature large closets, high-end finishes, heated flooring, Grohe fixtures, and Delta touchless faucets. An in-home laundry room, extra storage, and a powder room add even more space and luxury to each home.
Private parking is available for purchase. Pricing at Boss Shepherd Condominiums starts at $750,000.
To learn more about the spacious homes available at the Boss Shepherd Condominiums, contact Megan Meekin with Compass at 240-388-0724 or visit the property website at www.bossdccondos.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/inside-the-newest-luxury-condos-in-logan-circle/16833.
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