A bedroom at 526 Lamont
Six just-completed townhomes are fulfilling an attractive niche for DC homebuyers.
526 Lamont is located near Lamont and Warder Streets NW, just off Georgia Avenue (map) in a quiet corner of the city. It is close to the Old Soldier’s Home and McMillan Reservoir, but also walking distance to Columbia Heights, the U Street Corridor and Shaw. Each of 526 Lamont’s six homes features four floors and rooftop deck with three bedrooms, and a bathroom on every level.
Home finishes include wide-plank hardwood flooring, as well as chef-inspired kitchens with a breakfast bar, quartz countertops and KitchenAid Architect Series II appliances. The homes live large, with walk-in closets and dual master baths with spa-like showers and double vanities, as well as a pair of bedrooms that live like master suites. The third level in each home includes a home office space and family room, and the top floors lead to terraces, each featuring a wet bar with plumbed sink and built-in refrigerator, ample storage and panoramic views of the Washington Monument, the Capitol Building and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Other useful features include tank-less water heaters; temperature zones specific to each floor, so that the house can be heated or cooled efficiently; and alarm systems. Reserved parking, off-street private parking is also available.
526 Lamont is now selling through McWilliams | Ballard, with homes starting in the mid $700s. Homes are ready for immediate move-in and the on-site model home is currently open for tours by appointment.
A kitchen at 526 Lamont
For more information about 526 Lamont Street NW, visit the property online here. To speak with a McWilliams | Ballard sales agent, or to make an appointment to visit the property, click here or call 202.846.8014.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/six_new_4-level_3-bedroom_townhouse_debut_in_park_view/10684
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