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."
Photos courtesy Sean Shanahan
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_indoor_outdoor_loft_living_on_church_street/7994
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