Seneca House—a new boutique condominium a stone’s throw from Meridian Hill Park—is a sophisticated creation from developer PT Blooms that boasts light, open spaces, contemporary layouts, abundant storage and high-quality finishes. The ten-residence property is now fully delivered and is 50% sold out.
The remaining homes for sale at Seneca House include one-bedroom and dens and junior two-bedrooms layouts, most of which include either a patio or a terrace. Pricing ranges from $577,900 to $669,900 and the property will be hosting an open house this weekend.
Each home features a distinct design chosen to reflect the building's individuality, which is also illustrated vividly on the outside: the historic exterior features a vibrant mural by artist Hamilton Glass.
The residences at Seneca House are contemporary with a European bent and sophisticated finishes, including oak hardwood flooring, white lacquered kitchen cabinets and panelized Bosch appliances, Calacatta Prado quartz countertops, matte black Delta fixtures, pendant lighting and full-sized Whirlpool washer and dryers.
Seneca House is in an ideal location: steps from idyllic Meridian Hill Park, yet just a few blocks from the U Street Metro station and the heart of the 14th Street Corridor, Logan Circle and Adams Morgan. The property has a 96 Walk Score and is close to shopping, dozens of restaurants, markets, nightlife and entertainment.
Prospective buyers can now tour two staged model homes by appointment or at the property’s weekend open houses. For more information visit SenecaHouseDC.com or contact sales agent Valerie Grange at 202-430-9565 or email@example.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_vibrant_boutique_meridian_hill_park_condominium_is_50_sold/21041.
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