Spacious homes in the heart of DC built with modern convenience in mind are hard to find, which is why the homes at 1747 T are truly a rare find.
Luckily, prospective homebuyers have one final chance to own one of the remaining residences at 1747 T.
With a Walk Score of 99, 1747 T residents will be treated to luxury and modern convenience. These homes are located in the heart of Dupont Circle, within minutes of the area’s most popular restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues, and close to the vibrant Adams Morgan and Logan Circle neighborhoods.
The residences at 1747 T feature unique architectural details such as exposed brick walls, bay windows, skylights, LED recessed lighting, and private outdoor space.
The remaining homes offer spacious open living arrangements, including a one-bedroom, one-bath (675 sq. ft.) unit as well as a two bedroom, two bath (1,050 sq. ft.) home with a large southern facing balcony.
1747 T's stylized kitchens come with Mondego Species White Oak Floors, stainless steel Bosch appliances, frameless cabinets, Quartz Calacatta Laza Countertops and Backsplashes, and a low profile range exhaust hood.
The impeccably-designed bathrooms at 1747 T feature Architectural Ceramics tile, large soaking tubs, Huntington brass bathroom fixtures, frameless glass shower doors, and backlit LED mirrors.
The one bedroom, one bath home is priced at $489,900 and the two bedroom, two bath home is priced at $879,900. Both of these well-appointed homes are available for immediate move in.
Interested homebuyers are invited to schedule a private tour of 1747 T by visiting the property website here or by contacting the Urban Pace sales team, Jennifer Felix or Audrey Snow at 202.580.6004.
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