Rare Boutique Condominium Selling Quickly in Mount Vernon Triangle
In the heart of DC’s Mount Vernon Triangle, a historic townhome has been transformed into a gorgeous boutique condominium—1112 5th Street. Boutique properties are a rarity for this popular downtown neighborhood, and with just eight residences, the homes are moving quickly.
Immediate move-ins at 1112 5th Street are available. To make an appointment to tour the property, visit 1112fifth.com, or contact McWilliams | Ballard Sales Director Inga Scobie at email@example.com or 202.803.6316.
Behind the historic brick façade—and brand new, historically accurate wood windows—each 1112 5th Street home is outfitted with carefully curated modern details and original accents. The homes include a one-bedroom unit, five two-bedrooms units, and two three-bedroom penthouses ranging in size from 775 to 1,300 square feet.
With just two units per floor, and floorplans running front to back, the developers were able to maintain the original nine-foot ceiling heights and afford each unit plenty of sunlight. Half of the residences have private outdoor space, in the form of either terraces or roof decks.
Interiors at 1112 5th Street include quality finishes such as eight-foot solid core wood doors, light wide plank hardwood floors, recessed lighting, bedroom ceiling fans and extra electrical wiring for custom chandelier and pendant lighting.
Kitchens include custom all-wood shaker style cabinetry, full-sized stainless steel appliances (panelized in the penthouses), white quartz countertops and full-sized Whirlpool washer and dryers. Baths include dual vanities (in owners’ bathrooms), modern porcelain tiling, quartz countertops and chrome fixtures. Bedrooms are oversized with space for desks and include custom closet systems.
Building amenities include a controlled access lobby and a secure bike room. Parking is available for purchase.
1112 5th Street is an ideal downtown DC location, surrounded by the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood’s best amenities including grocery stores like Safeway (directly across the street); restaurants like RPM Italian and Busboys and Poets; cafés like A Baked Joint and la Betty; and the Mount Vernon Triangle Metro Station. The property is also moments to City Center, Chinatown and Shaw, and is close to a Route I-395 access point.
Homes at 1112 5th Street are priced from $499,900 for a one bedroom to $1.1M for a penthouse and condo fees are extremely low. For more information, visit the property online at 1112fifth.com, or contact McWilliams | Ballard Sales Director Inga Scobie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.803.6316.
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