A rendering of Beale House.
Bloomingdale, a central DC neighborhood with a high concentration of Victorian-era row houses, counts few new condos in its property inventory. But the impending opening of a boutique condo building called Beale House has presented Washingtonians with a unique opportunity to buy into this trendy and diverse neighborhood.
Beale House consists of 16 sleek, modern residences built behind a historic, full-brick façade that has been a part of the Bloomingdale neighborhood for nearly a century. Developed by MILLER and designed by Cunningham | Quill Architects, the property includes one one-bedroom and 15 two-bedroom homes. Prices range from the mid $400s to the mid $500s, with very low condo fees.
Sales for Beale House have begun, by Urban Pace, and homes will be move-in ready in winter 2015. Those who buy soon can handpick finishes like countertops and flooring.
A rendering of a living room at Beale House.
Beale House floor plans are highly efficient and include both Juliet balconies (with the exception of ground floor units) and large, energy efficient windows that offer lots of natural light and views of the neighborhood.
Kitchens feature custom panel, built-in refrigerators and dishwashers, Bosch series appliances, quartz countertops and two-toned cabinets. Bathrooms feature frameless glass showers and vanity sinks. Modern light fixtures and wood flooring are featured throughout the homes, and all units feature their own washer and dryer. Basic Elfa Shelving Systems come standard, but can be customized by residents to maximize storage space. The building also offers controlled access and a landscaped, gated community courtyard.
Beale House is located at 143 W Street NW (map), just a few blocks from McMillan Park, Howard University, Howard Theatre, Giant and Harris Teeter. Neighborhood restaurants and bars include Big Bear Café, The Red Hen, Pub & The People, Baccio Pizzeria, Dacha Beer Garden and Boundary Stone. The property is also located within walking distance of the Shaw Metro station on the Green/Yellow lines and less than a mile from Logan Circle.
For more information, visit Beale House online here. Prospective buyers can schedule an appointment through the sales center, available by phone at 202.315.5428, to view finishes and floor plans.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_16-unit_boutique_condo_comes_to_historic_bloomingdale/10206
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