The Heights on Harrison, a newly developed collection of high-end flats, offer an opportunity to own in the highly sought-after Friendship Heights neighborhood. Located on the DC side of the Maryland/DC border, The Heights on Harrison provide the perfect balance of city bustle and suburban simplicity. Just steps from the Metro, Wisconsin Place (Whole Foods), Chevy Chase Collection (Giant), Mazza Gallerie, Chevy Chase Pavilion, and tons of incredible shopping and restaurants, residents will have the best of local convenience.
The Friendship Heights area near The Heights on Harrison.
Developed by leading DC-based real estate firm BlueWater Development, the two-bedroom, two-bath residences were expertly crafted to give residents the best mix of modern amenities and features, not seen in many premium boutique condominiums in the DC area. All eight residences showcase custom features in an open design, and are prewired for audio systems and fit with custom built-in closets.
A bedroom at The Heights on Harrison.
The elegant, open kitchens at The Heights on Harrison exude urban luxury, with features like natural stone countertops, designer lighting, high-end stainless steel appliances, top-of-the-line kitchen finishes and a custom waterfall island. The spacious bathrooms come complete with custom mirrors and lighting, millwork cabinetry, frameless shower glass, dual vanities and natural stone floors.
The kitchen area at The Heights on Harrison.
Additional high-end customization is featured in the two penthouse homes. These luxurious residences have direct access to the rooftop showcasing beautiful views of Maryland and DC. Off street parking is also available for The Heights on Harrison residents.
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