801N is one of the hottest and fastest selling new condominiums in Shaw. The extremely well designed, 28-unit boutique property has sold 70% of its residences, leaving just a handful of homes still for sale. Among those are one bedrooms, one bedroom plus dens and two bedrooms—including duplex penthouses with private roof decks—starting from the mid $400s.
Located on N Street between 8th and 9th, in the very heart of Shaw (map), 801N has a traditional, beautifully designed brick exterior that seamlessly fits in with the surrounding buildings. Inside, the homes are decidedly modern, with very comfortable and purposeful floor plans, oversized windows, clean lines and European and Scandinavian design details.
Each home has separate living and eating spaces and spacious bedrooms. Finishes include wood plank flooring, recessed LED downlights, Nest Thermostats, USB ports, full size washer and dryers, and nine-and-a-half foot ceilings. Kitchens feature European two-tone cabinetry, Caesarstone quartz countertops and Bosch appliances. Bathrooms have a sauna-like feel with wall hung vanity cabinets, Quartz vanity tops, undermount sinks, Porcelanosa tiling, soaking tubs and frameless glass showers.
Amenities at 801N include a welcoming lobby secured by a state of the art entry system, richly detailed building corridors, elevators, a rooftop terrace, a package room, bike storage and on-site parking. The property’s location—ideally set between Logan Circle and Truxton Circle, City Center and U Street—also puts residents in close proximity to Michelin star restaurants, neighborhood coffee shops, open-air eateries and popular night spots.
Though 801N is professionally managed, condo fees remain very low, and pricing ranges from the mid $400s to just over $1M. Sales for 801N are by McWilliams | Ballard. For more information, visit the property online here or via the contact page here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/shaws-hottest-new-condominium-is-already-70-percent-sold/17585
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