As DC homebuyers are looking for truly unique properties that feature ample work from home space, two recently-listed properties in U Street and Shaw are a must-see, offering a blend of modern luxury and urban convenience.
When it comes to enjoying all that the U Street Corridor has to offer, the high amenity condominiums at The Lincoln have it all. Nestled within walking distance of the Shaw-Howard University Station (Yellow and Green lines) and in close proximity to the areas most popular destination neighborhoods of Logan Circle, Dupont Circle, and Adams Morgan, The Lincoln residents will have the best of urban convenience.
Unit 103 at The Lincoln is a two-bedroom, two-bath condo featuring two separate bedroom suites on either side of the living, dining, and kitchen spaces. This unit also comes with a dedicated garage parking space.
The renovated eat-in kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, and elegantly-placed recessed lighting. The large bathrooms at 2001 12th Street showcase a soaking tub/shower combination with ceramic tile and full size vanities.
The Lincoln residents will also have access to a secured 24/7 front desk, fitness center, roof deck party room, gorgeous courtyard space, bike storage, and a pet park.
Priced well below market at $575,000, 2001 12th Street has the ideal floor plan for roommates and can serve as a lucrative investment property, allowing for plenty of privacy and separation.
To tour this home or to attend an open house this Sunday, October 25th from 1-3pm, contact Pam Wye at email@example.com or at 202.320.4169.
Spacious three bedroom condos in DC are hard to come by. The newly available well-appointed, two-level condominium, 1,925 square foot home located at 1835 6th Street NW is ideally situated in a pet-friendly boutique building on a tree-lined street in Shaw.
Just a short stroll to the Shaw-Howard University Station, homeowners can also take in the sites of downtown DC and enjoy the area’s most popular restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues.
The main level of 1835 6th Street features an open floor plan with welcoming spaces for day-to-day living and entertaining guests.
1835 6th Street residents will be able to also enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows, a fireplace, large living and dining room areas, a powder room, two storage closets, professionally-designed walk-in closets, a reserved parking space, and private outdoor space off of the owner’s suite.
The bathrooms are the perfect oasis after a long workday and come complete with large soaking tubs, ceramic tile, and double vanities.
The chef-style kitchen at 1835 6th Street features quartz countertops, lots of cabinet and counter space, stainless steel appliances with gas cooking, and recessed lighting.
The den has ceiling outlets for a projector system and the owner’s suite has a gas line hookup for a cozy bedroom fireplace. The home also features large closets, in-unit laundry, radiant floor heating, and ample space for relaxing, entertaining, and working from home.
1835 6th Street’s additional den space with a wet bar could double as a quiet work-from-home office or as the perfect place for movie nights. Electrical car charging stations are also available on site. This two-level condominium is priced at $899,000.
To tour this home or to attend an Open House this Sunday, October 25th from 1-3pm, contact Pam Wye at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 202.320.4169.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/two-new-unique-homes-hit-shaw-and-u-street/17421.
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