Seneca House, the sophisticated new Meridian Hill Park condominium from developer PT Blooms, has just four residences remaining. The boutique property is characterized by a vibrant historic exterior—featuring a bold mural by artist Hamilton Glass—and interiors with light, open spaces, flexible layouts, abundant storage and high-quality finishes.
The remaining homes for sale are four unique one-bedroom and den residences, two of which boast private outdoor space (including an expansive wraparound patio). More than any of the other floorplans at Seneca House, the one bedroom and den residences provide buyers with increased flexibility: two of the dens are large enough to be transformed into an additional bedroom, while the other two could be a work-from-home space or a spacious walk-in closet and dressing room.
Pricing starts at $549,900 and for a limited time the developer is offering a special closeout concession. For more information, visit SenecaHouseDC.com or contact sales agents Valerie Grange, at 202-430-9565 or email@example.com; or Danai Mattison, at 202.494.4027 or dsky@
The residences at Seneca House are contemporary with a European bent and sophisticated finishes. Warm oak wood flooring contrasts with black-trimmed windows and white, flat panel cabinets to create refreshing, modern living spaces. Calacatta Prado quartz countertops blend with the built-in cabinetry to give a seamless, polished look. Simple color schemes allow owners to continue with the minimalist design pallet or to introduce different textures and unique design elements for highly personalized spaces.
Seneca House is in an ideal location: steps from idyllic Meridian Hill Park, yet just a few blocks from the U Street Metro station and the heart of the 14th Street Corridor, Logan Circle and Adams Morgan. The property has a 96 Walk Score and is close to shopping, dozens of restaurants, markets, nightlife and entertainment.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just_four_residences_remain_at_vibrant_boutique_meridian_hill_park_condomin/21470.
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