Residence 1114, which is priced at $1.249M, boasts two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is bathed in natural light with spectacular Capitol views, expansive windows and nine-foot ceilings. The residence offers a sophisticated open layout, a gourmet kitchen and a variety of high-end finishes.
The residence features many thoughtful owner-added details such as custom California Closet built-ins, custom draperies in the bedrooms, and dimmer switches throughout. The European-inspired gourmet kitchen is equipped with Thermador appliances, Porcelanosa cabinetry, quartz countertops and a waterfall edge island.
The spacious primary suite provides a large closet and a luxurious five-piece marble bath. The residence also includes a parking spot and storage space conveniently located on the same level.
VIO provides elevated amenities and services including a 24-hour concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center with a private training room, residents' lounge and an outdoor saltwater infinity pool overlooking the waterfront with an outdoor grill and fire pit.
Located in the vibrant Wharf neighborhood, VIO residents have easy access to local chef-driven restaurants, boutique shops, entertainment, green spaces, a world-class marina, waterfront activities and more.
Hoffman Realty is the listing agent for VIO unit 1114 and was also the exclusive sales brokerage for the initial sell out of VIO. Guided by years of real estate development experience and market expertise, Hoffman Realty is dedicated to delivering value and creating meaningful relationships with their clients. To learn more about Hoffman Realty services and to see their current listings click here.
For more information about Residence 1114 at VIO, contact a Hoffman Realty sales agent online here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/on_of_the_most_sought_after_corner_residences_in_dc_hits_the_market/20639.
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