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742 Princeton Place NW #1

Washington | DC

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Welcome to 742 Princeton Unit #1. This layout is truly unique and meticulously designed. This home boasts over 2000 square feet that features high ceilings, modern finishes, crown molding, and open-concept living. You are greeted by a gourmet kitchen that has Bosch appliances, gas stove, custom cabinetry, and 10 ft+ calacatta quartz countertop with a waterfall. The spacious layout offers a huge pantry, formal dining, large living area, and one bedroom on the lower level which could also be used as a home office that bathes in sunlight. As you head upstairs you will see a custom metal railing, oak hardwood floors, and huge 7 ft + doors. The upstairs (main level) has three bedrooms which give you the traditional single-family feeling. There is a large hallway bathroom that is shared by the two rear bedrooms in the back, where there is also a deck perfect for a morning coffee to start the day. The expansive primary bedroom has a huge walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom that has a 60-inch double vanity and shower with marble floor to ceiling. New roof, plumbing, electrical and HVAC system. Washer/Dryer located on the upper level. 5 min walk to Georgia Ave-Petworth metro, 7 min walk to Safeway, CVS and other dining and shopping options.

Park View is a neighborhood in central Washington, D.C., immediately north of Howard University. The name of the neighborhood comes from its views east over the campus of the Old Soldiers’ Home. At the time Park View was developed, and well into the 1960s, the Home’s grounds were open to the public as a park. Those grounds were a designed urban landscape, including pedestrian paths and ponds, modeled along the principles of New York City’s Central Park. A solidly residential community, Park View is a quiet corner of the city. Its one commercial corridor, Georgia Avenue, has its share of liquor stores and empty storefronts, but increasing interest in the corridor has attracted other goods and services to the area. The revitalization of the corridor began with the E.L. Haynes Public Charter School. Since then, a number of new restaurants and taverns have opened and, along with decades old businesses, continue the commercial revitalization of the community.

 


The community is well served by two Metrorail stations. Both stations are on the Yellow and Green lines. The most convenient for northern Park View is the Georgia Avenue-Petworth station which is situated at the northeast corner of Georgia and New Hampshire Avenues and just over the Park View border in Petworth.

 

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