Located just one block from Dupont Circle, Le Dupont is a new boutique condominium that combines a beautifully restored, early 20th century Victorian exterior with brand new luxury interiors. Of the seven residences at Le Dupont, two are already sold.
The remaining residences include two two-bedroom units, one occupying an entire floor and one featuring a private terrace; two one-bedroom units including one with a private patio; and a two-bedroom penthouse occupying the entire top floor and featuring a 300-square-foot private roof deck with Ipe hardwood decking, pre-wiring for speakers and an optional outdoor kitchen.
Pricing ranges from $449,900 to $1,299,900 and two of the homes are staged and available for tours by appointment or during regular open houses.
Features at the remaining residences include nine- to 14-foot ceilings, oversized windows, extensive soundproofing, multi-room Bluetooth speaker systems, closet systems and Smarthome technology. Finishes include wide plank wood flooring, Calcutta quartz countertops, Bertazzoni and Bosch appliances and Waterworks bathroom fixtures.
Dupont Circle is one of Washington, DC’s most sought-after neighborhoods and is located between Logan Circle and Georgetown. Le Dupont is steps from Kramerbooks & Afterward Café, Iron Gate Restaurant, Little Serow and many more restaurants and bars. The property is also just two blocks from the Dupont Circle Metro station.
For more information on Le Dupont, visit the property online here. For sales inquiries, please contact McWilliams|Ballard Vice President Jamie Test at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.819.0436; or McWilliams|Ballard Vice President Laura Henne at Lhenne@mcwb.com and 703.216.4966.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just-4-luxury-residences-remain-at-dupont-circles-newest-condominuim/14563.
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