The rooftop terrace view at 3614 Prospect Street.
One of the leading developers in the DC area, Petra Development, has revealed a stunning collection of luxury homes and condominiums, carefully crafted with a modern European look and boasting spectacular views of the city.
Built with the finest materials -- complete with details like Italian cabinets, imported flooring, built-in coffee and espresso machines and radiant floor heating -- Petra’s recently-completed residences are unmatched in the DC market in terms of elegance and convenience.
Located within steps of the most popular DC attractions and landmarks, these properties represent a unique opportunity to purchase an elegant home in the historic and vibrant Kalorama and Georgetown neighborhoods.
A complete transformation of a four-level Federal townhouse in Georgetown, this three-bedroom, 3.5-bath home stands 25-feet wide and comes with a 3,000 square foot lot, a basement and a private garage.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the rear of the home provide ample sunlight and give the floorplan an open and spacious feel. The outdoor space includes a rooftop deck with stair access that offers unobstructed views of Northern Virginia, the Potomac River, and the Washington Monument.
The view from the kitchen at 3614 Prospect Street.
Additional amenities include a fireplace, a custom kitchen with top-of-the-line Miele appliances, and imported wood flooring throughout.
The master bathroom at 3614 Prospect Street.
Nestled in the heart of Georgetown and within close proximity to well-known shops and restaurants, 3614 Prospect Street NW provides the best in comfort and convenience. Listed for $4,295,000, the complete listing for 3614 Prospect NW can be found here.
The Yellow Jasmine Condominiums offer four, two-bedroom, 2.5-bath condos tucked between Columbia Road and 18th Street in DC's Kalorama neighborhood. Each unit provides between 1,600 and 2,000 square feet of living space and breathtaking views of Adams Morgan and the Washington Monument.
A complete rebuild of a 1912 building, the units were constructed with the highest quality craftsmanship and come complete with custom kitchens and state-of-the-art Miele appliances.
The living room at 1837 Wyoming Avenue.
The units are centrally located to the most popular areas in downtown DC, and are in close proximity to Adams Morgan and the Dupont Circle Metro station.
The dining area and custom kitchen at 1837 Wyoming Avenue.
The Yellow Jasmine condominiums start at $995,000. To read more about the condominiums, visit the property website here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/petras_2016_collection_european-styled_artisan-crafted_residences_with_unpa/11611
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