Peggy Cooper Cafritz Lists Art-Filled Dupont Circle Duplex
The living room at 2002 Massachusetts Avenue NW, #2A.
In July 2009, a massive fire ravaged the Chain Bridge Road home of DC luminary Peggy Cooper Cafritz. Five years later, Cafritz purchased a 5,400 square-foot condo in Dupont Circle, and that unit just hit the market.
Ms. Cafritz’s artwork.
There are a variety of things that stand out about the two-level residence, not least of which is Ms. Cafritz’s extensive art collection that is prominently featured throughout the unit.
A private elevator opens into the four-bedroom plus den duplex that has an open loft-like floorplan not often seen in DC. In addition to floor-to-ceiling windows and four balconies that offer various views of the city, the home has a large stainless steel kitchen, three parking spaces and access to the building’s rooftop pool, which is available through private reservation.
The building where the condo is located is unlike other properties in the city — the glass portion is completely residential while the red brick portion is home to a law firm and other commercial spaces.
More photos of the unit below, which is listed with Hans Wydler of Wydler Brothers Real Estate for $5.5 million.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/peggy_cooper_cafritz_lists_art-filled_dupont_circle_penthouse/12814.
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