If you were putting up a building in Logan Circle, how would you design your own apartment? The developer of Lofts 14 on Church Street built himself a wide-open indoor/outdoor space when the building was constructed in 2005, and the unit, which has changed hands since, will hit the market this week. UrbanTurf got a sneak peek inside.
The home's 1,800 square feet of interior space is mostly dedicated to a wide-open living room, kitchen and dining room. In keeping with the building's loft-style design, stained concrete floors and exposed ductwork frame the space. High ceilings and big interior openings lend light to the master and guest bedrooms — and offer a view onto the living space and outdoor area below.
Multiple doors lead out to the massive 1,400 square foot patio, where a small pool, bar, grill area and fire pit await. It was the outdoor space that sold the current owner on the home.
"I've never seen a private pool in a downtown condo, particularly in Logan Circle," he said. "For me, that was really exciting in terms of being able to relax on the weekends and lie in the sun."
* Address: 1401 Church Street NW, #214 (map) * Price: $2.2 million * Bedrooms: Two plus den * Bathrooms: Two * Square Footage: 1,793 inside, 1,400 outside * Monthly Fees: $885 * Listing Agent: Michael Brennan Jr., TTR Sotheby's International Realty
Photos courtesy Sean Shanahan
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_indoor_outdoor_loft_living_on_church_street/7994.
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