One of DC’s most exceptional residential properties is now in the final sales phase.
2501M in the West End has just seven stunning two-bedroom, three-bathroom + den homes left on the market. Spreading out up to 2,200 square feet with high-end features, these are some of the building’s best residences.
The contemporary design of 2501M can be seen in the gorgeous finishes of the elegantly composed residences. Solid-wood entry doors open to wide-plank white oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows and custom lighting. Designer kitchens are finished with sleek cabinetry, solid quartz countertops, and panelized Bosch and Thermador appliances. And a few of the remaining units feature private terraces and balconies.
Living at 2501M means access to beautifully designed amenity spaces from interior designer Olvia Demetriou of HapstakDemetriou+, starting with a lobby featuring airy 18-foot ceilings, sumptuous seating, rich designer fabrics and soft lighting. Additional on-site amenities include a 24-hour staffed concierge and front-desk; a clubroom with catering kitchen, bar and private meeting space; a state-of-the-art fitness and yoga center with Life Fitness and Peloton equipment; and a landscaped roof terrace with spectacular views of Georgetown, Virginia and Rock Creek Park. 2501M is also home to world-renowned restaurant Nobu, whose menu is available to residents via the building’s concierge.
In addition to on-site amenities, 2501M offers an ideal natural amenity: the property abuts Francis Park, a huge green space along Rock Creek. The park is a beautiful outdoor escape and provides gorgeous views for west facing residences.
Located in the heart of West End, 2501M residents have the city at their front door. In addition to being in an ideal position for getting downtown or to Logan Cirlce, high-end shopping and fine dining are just steps away in neighboring Georgetown and Dupont Circle.
2501M’s available residences are priced starting at $2 million. For more information, to access video tours or to make an appointment for a private tour of the remaining homes, please visit the 2501M website at 2501M.com, or call McWilliams|Ballard Director of Sales at 202-293-2501.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/only-7-residences-remain-at-one-of-dcs-most-exceptional-properties/18225
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