Homebuyers looking to be in the center of the action in DC will want to move fast to own at Abbott Row, Mount Vernon’s newest luxury condominiums, as only two luxury residences are still on the market.
Ideally located on M Street, Abbott Row touts a 94 Walk Score and is in the midst of the very best that the city has to offer. Just steps from the Mount Vernon Square, homeowners will have a host of recreation, dining, and entertainment options to choose from, including Farmers & Distillers, RPM Italian, and Prather's on the Alley.
The unique two-level homes at Abbott Row come with 1,660 square feet of open space and feature contemporary whites and natural wood tones, giving each home a distinctive, yet welcoming feel. The two-bedroom, 2.5 bath plus den layouts are a unique style for the area and give homeowners ample space to relax or entertain guests.
Known for their upscale finishes and handcrafted details, Abbott Row offers custom, Amish-built walnut and white oak cabinetry, floor-to-ceiling windows, and top-quality white oak floors throughout.
The five-star kitchen comes complete with high-end stainless steel appliances, Viking gas range, a wine fridge, and beautiful quartz countertops. After a satisfying meal, residents can enjoy the comfort of the spacious bedrooms at Abbott Row that feature huge walk-in closets, ample built-in storage space, and plenty of natural sunlight.
The designer bathrooms make for the perfect retreat with large, ceramic-tiled, walk-in showers and soaking tubs.
Private patio upgrades and on-site parking are available. Pricing for the remaining two-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom condos start at $999,900.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-newest-homes-in-mount-vernon-square-are-selling-fast/16947.
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