Washington | DC
Stunning 2BR/2BA light-filled, southeast corner apartment with lower first-floor fees but with fifth-floor views of trees and a partial view of the Cathedral towers. From the front door, a clear high-end renovation with every detail thoughtfully updated including wide plank natural maple flooring and deep baseboards throughout (including the closets), all new stainless & quartz kitchen with contemporary cabinets, high-end appliances, new bathrooms with marble flooring and custom marble top vanities, custom window coverings with solar protection in the LR/DR, contemporary two circuit ceiling lighting in LR/DR, and remote-controlled retractable screening and flagstone floors on the oversize balcony. All freshly painted with all updated electrical fixtures. Truly move-in ready. 3900 Watson Place sits on 6 acres of its own and shares another 10 acres with the Westchester, for a beautifully landscaped, relaxing setting. This is a pet-friendly building; the monthly co-op fee includes all utilities, property taxes, free laundry, fitness room, library & storage unit. No underlying fees and no special assessments for recent & upcoming renovations to the community. Choose between garage parking available for $85/monthly fee or surface parking for free.
Cathedral Heights is a small, residential neighborhood located in the upper Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. It is approximately bounded by Woodley Road to the north, Fulton Street to the south, Wisconsin Avenue to the east, and Glover Archbold Park and Idaho Avenue to the west. Cathedral Heights is bordered by the neighborhoods of Tenleytown to the north, Cleveland Park to the northeast, Woodley Park to the east, American University Park to the west, and Glover Park to the south. Cathedral Heights is a quiet neighborhood in the shadow of the historic Washington National Cathedral, composed primarily of single-family detached houses and Edwardian row houses, although the Wisconsin Avenue and Cathedral Avenue corridors of Cathedral Heights are lined with apartment buildings, condominiums, and cooperative complexes. The neighborhood now has even more restaurant and retail options, thanks to Cathedral Commons, a mixed-use development that brought a new Giant Food store, retail, restaurants and luxury apartments to Wisconsin Avenue NW.
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