At the heart of historic Mount Vernon Square, developer Siman Companies and The Babbington Team have just debuted M Street Flats: a beautifully renovated, sun-soaked rowhouse featuring four high-end condos.
The restored wrought iron fence and classic façade lead into M Street Flats where each of the four floors is occupied by a separate home—three two-bedroom and two-bath residences are topped by a three-bedroom and two-bath penthouse with a private balcony. Pricing starts at $675,000.
The homes boast many unique features—office niches, tray ceilings, integrated sound systems and dining alcoves—as well as a host of high-end finishes including solid oak hardwood floors, quartz countertops, Carrera marble baths, designer lighting and hardware, KitchenAid stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, oversized windows and walk-in closets. Each home also comes with a front-loading washer and dryer.
Mount Vernon Square is one of Washington DC’s treasured historic neighborhoods with pleasantly quiet side streets bordered by major thoroughfares all within walking distance to downtown attractions. The neighborhood’s historic properties have witnessed a surge of redevelopment creating a seamless mix of residential, commercial and retail, including the new Apple Store located in the old Carnegie Library.
M Street Flats is located just two blocks from Capitol One Arena and the Mount Vernon Square Metro station on the Yellow Line, making it an ideal location for future Amazon employees. The property is also within blocks of Giant, Safeway and Union Kitchen groceries, as well as countless restaurants, cafes and bars in Shaw, Chinatown and the U Street Corridor.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sun-soaked-rowhouse-becomes-four-high-end-condos-in-mount-vernon-square/14780.
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