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752 Princeton Place NW #1 | RLAH
 

752 Princeton Place NW #1

Washington | DC

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*Walkers Paradise with a 97 Walk Score*

Beautifully developed and designed with attention to every detail. Welcome to 752 Princeton Place, this quintessential residence was recently reimagined in a contemporary blend of modern finishes and open-concept living. You are greeted into the lustrous living space with 3/4 inch Acacia hardwood, recessed lighting, crown molding, and pre-wired audio speakers throughout. The kitchen is a chef’s dream with a 12ft long peninsula island. Beautiful and functional, the gourmet kitchen boasts stainless steel smart appliances, a gas stove, Calacatta Quartz countertops with waterfall, modern twin colored cabinets with all the frills (under cabinet lighting, spice rack, trash bin & lazy susan). New roof, plumbing, electrical and HVAC system. HVAC is designed for every level to be an independent zone with Nest thermostat, gas heating and gas operated tankless water heater (you never run out of hot water). 5 min walk to Georgia Ave-Petworth Metro, 7 min walk to Safeway, Starbucks, CVS and other dining and shopping options.

  • Calacatta Quartz Countertops
  • 9 Ft high ceilings
  • 2 Zone Climate Control System
  • Brand new plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems
  • New high-end energy efficient windows
  • Brand new 3/4 inch Acacia hardwood
  • Tankless water heater with uninterrupted hot water supply
  • All bedrooms and living areas pre-wired for in-ceiling speakers, HDMI & hard-wired internet/coaxial cable
  • Brand new roof and gutters (including porch)
  • Keyless entry
  • Paved patio and parking
  • Technology: fully integrated smart appliances with 4 door refrigerator. Pre-wired camera security system and Ring Video bell and WiFi controlled thermostats

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.

 

[Source: Wikipedia]

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