The Carmichael, a gorgeous boutique condominium located on the border of DC’s Columbia Heights and Adams Morgan neighborhoods, is now selling.
Prominent developer Encore Development—responsible for the Wormley School redevelopment and Wormley Row in Georgetown—built The Carmichael out of a classic Columbia Heights rowhouse, originally constructed in 1905. Behind the charming original façade, the interior is modern and entirely new.
The Carmichael includes four two-bedroom, two-bathroom residences, measuring between 900 and 1,000 square feet, as well as one penthouse residence duplex that features three bedrooms, plus a den, three bathrooms and multiple private outdoor spaces.
The penthouse residence also includes a private roof deck with views of the Washington Monument and the Capitol Building, while other homes each feature their own private outdoor spaces.
In addition to a community courtyard, Carmichael offers private off-street parking. Residences at The Carmichael range in price from the low $500s to $1M.
The well-designed interiors at The Carmichael are contemporary with recessed and designer lighting, and wide plank flooring throughout. Kitchens feature two-tone shaker cabinetry, Calcutta quartz countertops and Bosch stainless steel appliances; and bathrooms have modern vanities, quartz vanity tops and frameless showers. Each residence also features full-sized front-loading washers and dryers.
Located on Girard Street, between 14th and 15th Streets, The Carmichael is part of a residential neighborhood that’s tucked between the main arteries of Columbia Heights and Adams Morgan. The property is within walking distance of dozens of restaurants, bars and shops, including Columbia Heights' DC USA shopping center and Harris Teeter in Adams Morgan.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-carmichael-a-stunning-boutique-condo-debuts-in-columbia-heights/19148.
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