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Just Ten Historic Residences Remain at Truxton Circle's Chapman Stables
Chapman Stables, a brand new yet historically rich condominium in Truxton Circle, is now over sixty percent sold and welcoming new owners to its one-of-a-kind condominium community. With a variety of floorplans remaining, including select one and two-bedroom homes with available loft and private rooftop terraces, owners are able to enjoy living in the center of it all.
Originally built in stages between 1906 and 1916, the historic Chapman Coal Company Garage and Stable at 57 N Street NW (map) was used as a coal yard, a stable and a garage before it became home to the Brass Knob warehouse, which vacated the space in 2010. Renowned DC developer Four Points transformed the building and neighboring space into two conjoined, industrial-style properties with 114 homes and ground floor retail space.
Chapman Stables includes studio, one-, two- and three-bedrooms residences that are infused with high-end architectural designs, restored historic masonry and classic finishes that bring the spaces to life and reinvigorate the property’s storied past. Finishes include Bosch appliances, custom artisanal kitchen islands by Arrowhead Designs (in select units), kitchen fixtures from JSuss, Silestone and Grohe, and oversized energy-efficient windows. Each home also comes complete with Nest thermostats and built-in device charging ports.
Building amenities include a front desk concierge, community wide WiFi, a serene reading library, peaceful landscaped courtyard, roof terrace with clubroom and secure garage parking.
Located in the heart of the vibrant Truxton Circle neighborhood, Chapman Stables residents are steps from some of the best dining and entertainment options in the city, including the exploding Union Market neighborhood. Homeowners can also take a quick stroll to popular eateries like Convivial, Big Bear Cafe and Republic Cantina, which is located on Chapman Stables’ ground floor; or catch the Metro to sights and attractions in and around downtown DC.
With open houses every weekend from noon to 3pm, and weekday visits available by appointment, there has never been a better time to explore historic Chapman Stables. To make an appointment, please visit the Chapman Stables website here.
Prices at Chapman Stables start in the low $300s with sales and marketing managed by McWiliams|Ballard. To learn more about Chapman Stables or to book a tour, please visit the property online here.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just-ten-historic-residences-remain-at-truxton-circles-chapman-stables/14511.
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