1745 Kalorama Road NW #B1
Many industrial-style lofts and loft-like units look like they could double as cool office space. In This Week’s Find, UrbanTurf gets a sneak peek at a home that has the flexible zoning to do just that.
This 3,000-square-foot, Adams Morgan space is currently a three-bedroom residence, but was originally used as an office condo. While we don’t imagine that the eventual buyer will make the transition, the zoning allows the home to be converted to an office space if they so desire.
As a home, the concrete floors, exposed beams and ducts, unfinished-looking ceilings and multi-level floors give it a raw and lofty feel. The kitchen has been renovated and has plenty of counterspace, and looks out onto the dining and living areas; this open area takes up the majority of the square footage. The bedrooms are tucked off to the side, and have cool built-in benches along the walls. The master bedroom also has a giant walk-in closet.
Some of the design features are a bit out of the ordinary: custom light fixtures undulate down from the ceiling and mirrors that resemble portholes dot the walls. Unlike other units in the building, this one has a private entrance that looks a lot like the reception space that was there when it was once an office.
The listing will officially hit the market tomorrow. More photos and details below.
- Address: 1745 Kalorama Road NW #B1 (map)
- Price: $795,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Two
- Square Footage: 2,965
- HOA Fees: $495
- Listing Agents: Maxwell Rabin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_adams_morgan_loft_with_commercial_potential/7571
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