In Petworth, a pair of Wardman rowhomes have been converted into six impeccably crafted boutique condominiums. Lidia and Laurent feature oversized residences with large, attached private outdoor spaces, and have already begun selling.
Located on a quiet residential street in the heart of Petworth, Lidia and Laurent each include three homes—a pair of two-bedroom, two-bathroom and den residences on the first two floors, and a two-level, three-bedroom, three-bath penthouse residence. Pricing starts in the mid $600s.
The homes feature modern open floorplans that are bathed in natural light and range in size from around 1,150 square feet to approximately 2,200 square feet. Every residence includes at least one large, attached outdoor space—an oversized deck for each of the two-bedroom units and two attached decks and a roof deck for each of the penthouses.
Finishes include hardwood flooring, chef’s kitchens with white marbled Quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances, 9-foot ceilings and other lush, designer details. Each of the penthouses have upgraded cabinetry, countertop and appliance packages. Lidia and Laurent
Lidia and Laurent are located on Randolph Street, near the intersection of New Hampshire and Georgia avenues, close to The Old Soldier’s Home Golf Course, and just a few blocks from the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro Station. The new developments are within walking distance of grocery stores (Yes! Organic Market and Safeway), and restaurants like Timber Pizza, Magpie and the Tiger, Cinder BBQ and Taqueria del Barrio.
For additional information, visit the properties online at LidiaDC.com and LaurentDC.com; or contact McWilliams|Ballard sales managers Roger Cornell and Lauren Benedict at Rcornell@mcwb.com and Lbenedict@mcwb.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-newest-condos-in-petworth-offer-impeccable-design-ample-private-out/19211.
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