Washington | DC
Totally charming space blends with modern living in this fabulous two bedroom condo. An inviting hallway entrance foyer with a coat closet welcomes you into the open living/dining room with an abundance of character and appeal! The unique layout includes a beautiful bay window overlooking the most charming street, wonderful exposed brick walls, a wood burning fireplace with a period mantle, and a breakfast bar with a “window” into (and out of) the remodeled kitchen. The main bedroom is quite attractive, with its exposed brick walls and large walk-in closet. The bath has been updated and the second bedroom could also be an office or a den. This lovely light 3rd-floor space is enhanced with wood floors and nice views.
The historic Analoston was designed by renowned DC architect George S. Cooper in 1891 and completed in 1892. It was mentioned in Best Addresses by James Goode and was one of the first apartment buildings in DC to have an elevator! And the location is amazing! It is a quiet oasis incredibly convenient to shopping, wonderful dining options, Metro, and great nightlife. All this on one of the prettiest, lovely leafy streets in all of Dupont Circle.
Explore Dupont Circle and you’ll discover dozens of bistros, bars, boutiques, and museums, as well as the vibrant stretch along 17th Street. Every day of the year, laid-back locals and savvy visitors flock to the Dupont Circle fountain to read, people-watch and meet up with others. We highly recommend getting in some time there, too. This cosmopolitan neighborhood offers a little something for everyone. An array of unique shops and exciting restaurants along Connecticut Avenue, one of the busy streets in the neighborhood, is exciting enough to keep you going all day. Art-lovers can gallery hop around for First Friday Dupont or experience America’s first museum of modern art, The Phillips Collection. Globally minded folks should trek down Embassy Row, which starts on Massachusetts Avenue and cuts right through the circle.
As far as food goes, expect that international flavor of embassies to rub off on restaurants. Dupont’s dining spots radiate outward from the central circle and include a diverse mix of marquee restaurants, casual bistros, brunch hot spots, and late-night dining options. Check off a Michelin-starred dining experience at Sushi Taro, one of the District’s best Japanese restaurants (Chef Nobu Yamazaki’s kaiseki, or tasting menu, is not to be missed), or sample Southern comfort food with a Nordic twist at Honeysuckle by Hamilton Johnson. A can’t-miss activity in the neighborhood is joining the throngs of locals on Sundays who visit the year-round Dupont Circle farmers’ market (one of our favorite farmers’ markets in the District) in front of the Metro station entrance on Q and 20th streets.