A rendering of Lawrence House, which will deliver this November.
Meridian Hill Park, one of Washington DC’s most spectacular hilltops, has such dramatic views that it was once proposed as the location for the White House. Perched atop that hill, and overlooking the park, is Lawrence House: a brand new boutique condo that will deliver in November from developer Madison Investments, a firm known for their emphasis on elegant design and European style.
Lawrence House—located at the corner of 15th and Chapin Streets (map)—features 30 exquisitely designed one- and two-bedroom homes, including two large penthouses with dens and private roof decks. The homes range in size from 600 to 1,475 square feet.
Sales have not yet begun, but prospective buyers interested in arranging tours of the property can do so through TTR Sotheby's International Realty (see contact information below).
Lawrence House is an ideal balance of proximity to the city’s hottest neighborhoods, the tranquility of a park-side location and luxury living spaces. It's just one block from 14th street and a ten to fifteen minute walk to the hearts of both Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights. Nearby are grocery stores (Yes! Organic Market, Trader Joe's), some of the city’s best restaurants (Barcelona, Kapnos), and most popular bars (Marvin, the Gibson). The property is also located close to a variety of sports clubs, and is within close walking distance of Metro bus lines and both the U Street Corridor and Columbia Heights Metro train stations.
Finishes for Lawrence House are high end and modern. They include walnut flooring, custom European cabinetry and exotic stone surfaces. Building amenities include a communal roof deck with a pergola, outdoor grill and kitchen, as well as a private courtyard designed by Botanical Decorators.
Madison Investments, a family owned and operated real estate development firm based in Washington DC, is also the developer for 1020 Monroe, located above The Coupe in Columbia Heights, and the forthcoming Elysium Fourteen at 14th and Wallach Place. For more information, visit Madison Investments online here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_luxury_condos_overlook_meridian_hill_park/10439
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