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Nine Condos from the $300s Debut on a Prime Columbia Heights Corner
The northern end of 14th Street is experiencing a boom of development that is bringing new life to Columbia Heights. On the hilltop corner of 14th and Randolph Streets—next to Little Coco’s— Randolph 14, a new modern condominium, has just debuted nine residences with prices starting in the mid-$300,000s.
Randolph 14 features four one-bedroom and five two-bedroom residences, each with a unique floor plan. Residence 3, for example, features a large master bedroom and a spacious living space connected by an elongated kitchen; Residence 5 features two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a large living space and kitchen spread over two floors. The two penthouse residences include huge, private roof terraces with spectacular views of the city.
Randolph 14 boasts massive, floor-to-ceiling windows, which flood each residence with natural light. Finishes in the units include white oak wood flooring, Calcutta Nuvo Quartz countertops, white Shaker cabinets, in-unit washer and dryers and Whirlpool stainless steel appliances.
One-bedroom residences start from the mid-$300s, two-bedroom residences start from the mid-$500s, and condo fees are very low. Parking is available for purchase.
Randolph 14 is within short walking distance of the Columbia Heights and Petworth Metro stations and is close to more than a dozen restaurants and bars, including Lyman’s Tavern, The Red Derby, Mexcalero, Thip Khao, The Airedale, Pho Viet and The Pinch. Also nearby are a Safeway grocery store and YES! Organic market.
To learn more about Randolph 14, visit the property online here, or make an appointment to tour the property’s model home by contacting Jose Ramirez and Audrey Snow by phone at 202-810-8020 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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