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The Only New Condominium in Mt. Vernon Square Has Just 16 Residences
In the heart of Mount Vernon Square, one of the city’s most convenient and connected neighborhoods, only one new condominium is currently on the market.
The Anne is a boutique property built out of a gorgeous Victorian-era home. The property effortlessly pairs traditional, historic details—including exposed brick walls, fireplaces, turrets, stained glass features and crown moldings—that make for inviting spaces, with stylish, modern finishes.
The Anne includes just 16 one-bedroom and one-bath residences. Of the 16, a handful of the residences include private outdoor space, but only two remain on the market. The residences at The Anne range in price from $369,900 to $469,900.
Inside, the distinctive, historic architecture of the building creates unique spaces with rounded turret windows and angular bay windows. Finishes at The Anne include Kraftmaid cabinetry, Calacatta Laza Quartz countertops, GE appliances and Delta fixtures. Floorplans range in size from around 500 to 700 square feet.
Residents of Mount Vernon Square have unparalleled access to all the conveniences that DC has to offer. The neighborhood is packed with restaurants, cafes and bars, but is also steps from Capital One Arena, Chinatown, and the National Portrait Gallery. The Anne is walking distance from about a half dozen other popular DC neighborhoods, and is also close to two Metro stations and thoroughfares like New York and Massachusetts Avenues.
The Anne is currently showing two model homes, which can be toured by appointment or during the property’s weekend open houses. For more information, visit the property online at TheAnneDC.com or contact the Urban Pace Sales Team at 202-296-2236 or TheAnne@urbanpace.com.
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