The living room of a home at Moda17.
Adams Morgan’s newest gem Moda17 is giving homeowners a rare and fleeting chance to own in one of DC's most vibrant communities. Uniquely designed by Adams Investment Group, the 38 units at Moda17 are crafted with European accents, at price points starting in the upper $200,000s.
With the goal of providing chic and affordable living options to working DC professionals, Adams carefully executed every detail at Moda17. The studios and two-bedroom, two-bath residences maximize open space by incorporating efficient cabinetry and built-in shelving designs. Hallways are impeccably designed to eliminate common space-wasting features, giving residents ample living and lounging room.
A kitchen style at Moda17.
Each unit offers homeowners hardwood flooring throughout, recessed LED lighting and designer fixtures. For convenience, a front-loading washer and dryer is tucked away in the master bedroom, concealed by a sliding door.
The European-styled kitchen, in each residence, comes complete with Bertazzoni cooktops, custom cabinetry with pocket doors, Porcelanosa countertops, Kohler fixtures and Blomberg paneled dishwasher and refrigerator. The bathrooms have contemporary fixtures with over-sized Porcelanosa tile flooring, glass enclosed showers and modern bathroom vanities.
The bathroom of a home at Moda17.
Unit amenities include private rooftop terrace space, additional storage options, a bike lock and off-street parking for purchase. Ideally situated in the heart of Adams Morgan, with a WalkScore of 93, Moda17 residences are steps away from popular dining and entertainment venues in and around Logan Circle, 14th Street, the U Street corridor and Dupont Circle.
The view from the private rooftop terrace at Moda17.
Only a few condominium homes remain at Moda17. Studio pricing begins in the upper $200s and two-bedroom homes begin in the mid $400s.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/moda_17_-_affordability_meets_urban_living/12201
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