A one-of-a-kind, creative development has come to market in DC's Park View neighborhood.
Rows on Kenyon features just three gorgeous three-level townhomes connected by a shared courtyard. The new residences boast generous floorplans, expansive private rooftop decks, four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a balance of modern design with traditional details.
Unit one measures at 2,100 square feet and is priced at $1.4M, while unit two measures at 2,150 square feet and is priced at $1.25M. Both are currently on the market. Unit three is already under contract. To schedule a tour, contact Compass Sales Agent Jason Cohen at 202.957.6060 or email@example.com.
Developed by Revive Development, Rows on Kenyon is full of distinctive features including work-from-home spaces, oversized pantries, premium soundproofing and zoned HVAC systems (with Nest thermostats) for every level. The main levels of all three homes have ten-foot ceilings.
All living spaces at Rows on Kenyon have wide-plank white oak flooring, solid core doors, and multiple exposures with energy-efficient floor-to-ceiling Andersen windows. The custom-designed kitchens marry comfort and functionality, with European cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and Calcutta quartz countertops and islands. And owner’s bathrooms feature custom double sinks with floating vanities, polished quartz countertops, and full-length mirrors with modern lighting fixtures.
The shared courtyard space has a seating area and access to the property’s bike storage, and the development has two private, for-sale parking spaces—wired for electrical vehicle stations. Meanwhile, each homes' 600+ square foot private roof deck boasts sweeping views of the city that include the Washington Monument, the National Cathedral and the Basilica.
Rows on Kenyon is just steps from all that Park View has to offer, including an eclectic mix of dining and retail like neighborhood favorites Call Your Mother, St. Vincent, Midlands and Hook Hall. As far as transportation, Metrobus stops are one block away, and both the Columbia Heights and Georgia Ave-Petworth Metro Stations are within five blocks.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just-two-oversized-residences-remain-at-the-newest-townhomes-in-dc/19533.
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