Sales will begin this weekend for the newest condos in Logan Circle.
1460 Rhode Island consists of eight luxurious residences in a completely renovated historic rowhouse now boasting modern interiors, an elevator and bespoke details. The property also includes two one-of-a-kind penthouse condominiums, with two and three levels each, three bedrooms, three baths and private outdoor spaces. The property is the epitome of elevated living in the heart of Washington, DC.
Behind the historic, charcoal grey façade, 1460 Rhode Island also offers three one-bedroom and one-bath residences, and three two-bedroom and two-bath residences. Floorplans measure up to 2,040 square feet and pricing ranges from $499,900 to $2,249,900.
Interiors are modern, open and feature oversized windows that bring in tons of natural light. The property is professionally managed, and one private parking space is available for each of the two penthouse units.
While in the heart of Logan Circle, 1460 Rhode Island is set back from the street and shares only one common wall with a neighboring building. The property is just two blocks from the Logan Circle traffic circle and is steps from dozens of some of the city’s most popular bars, restaurants, shops and grocery stores, including: Whole Foods Market, Slipstream coffee shop, Le Diplomate, Doi Moi, Milk Bar, Call Your Mother, Sephora, Room & Board, Trader Joe’s, Madewell and many, many more.
Hardhat tours for 1460 Rhode Island will begin this weekend. For more information, visit the property online at 1460RhodeIsland.com or contact McWilliams|Ballard's Timur Loynab at 571.215.6554 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sales-begin-this-coming-weekend-for-logan-circles-newest-condos/19600.
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