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915 E Street NW #1113

Washington | DC

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2 Bedrooms | 1 Full Bathroom |786 Square Feet

2 Parking Spaces | Storage Unit | Condo Fee $705/Month

 

This contemporary DC condo located in the coveted Penn Quarter neighborhood is the ideal place to call home. Positioned in the heart of it all, this true 2 bedroom, corner unit is an urban dweller’s paradise. Freshly painted and pre-inspected with repairs already complete, this is the perfect opportunity for a savvy new homeowner.

 

With a Walk Score of 98 and a transit score of 100, this condo provides easy accessibility for any commuter. No car? It is an easy walk to Metro Center, the Gallery Place shops, and Archives Metro Stations for ease of transportation throughout the DC area. Have a car? Two assigned, tandem, garage parking spaces convey.

 

Tucked into the hustle and bustle of downtown living with the city at its doorstep, it is close to areas and locations like Chinatown, the Verizon Center and CapitalOne Arena for sports, concerts and special events, as well as a number of museums and numerous five-star dining options. And don’t forget, this block boasts Ford’s Theater, plenty of restaurants and retail space too!

 

The living area with its open concept design, high ceilings, and gleaming eco-friendly bamboo floors will make you the envy of all your friends. Large windows bring in plenty of natural light to fill every room, creating a bright and airy feeling in this home.

 

The stylish kitchen is the perfect place to try your hand at new recipes; it boasts stainless steel appliances, gas stove, warm maple cabinets, and granite countertops. Enjoy your morning coffee at the breakfast bar, perfect for quick meals, homework, and entertaining.

 

The lovely primary bedroom is defined by its multiple massive windows and ample walk-in closet space. The second bedroom is a perfect place for an office and out-of-town guests. The jack-and-jill bathroom has a granite sink and a large tub; perfect for relaxing and recharging after a long day.

 

There are multiple large closets and an additional storage unit conveys; there’s a space for everything and everyone has space. And of course, for hectic days when every extra second counts, an in-unit stackable washer dryer will be a welcome convenience!

 

Craving some vitamin D? The condo has both a courtyard and a rooftop area perfect for grilling. There are 5 parks within 1/2 mile, including Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site, National Museum of Natural History, and Smithsonian Butterfly Habitat Garden. Runners and non-runners alike can embark on a journey through America’s heritage via the National Mall, from the Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial. Apparently, you can have it all!

Penn Quarter is a neighborhood in the East End of Downtown Washington, D.C. north of Pennsylvania Avenue, NW and southeast of the Metro Center shopping district. Penn Quarter has been rejuvenated over the past several decades, stimulated first by the Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation (PADC) and later, following the recession in the 1990s, by the Capital One Arena, a sports, concert and event arena that opened nearby at 7th and F streets in 1997 as the MCI Center and was later called the Verizon Center. Penn Quarter now boasts a variety of entertainment and commercial establishments including museums, theaters, restaurants, bars, and contemporary art galleries. The area is also home to a popular farmers market and several food, wine, art, and culture focused festivals.


Penn Quarter’s initial growth occurred under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation whose Pennsylvania Avenue Plan called for a mixed-use neighborhood. It was to include residences, offices, theaters and other cultural venues, retail, hotels, and restaurants in both new and renovated buildings framing new parks and plazas. Revitalization started with a number of developments west of the FBI Building to 15th Street, most significantly the renovation of what today is the Willard Intercontinental Hotel, and the creation of new parks and plazas, including Pershing Park, Freedom Plaza, and the Navy Memorial. Market Square, The Pennsylvania, and the former flagship store of Lansburgh’s department store on 7th Street were at the forefront of the revitalization efforts east of the FBI Building beginning in the mid-1980s.


Penn Quarter is home to many restaurants, cultural, and entertainment venues in Washington, D.C. The neighborhood is served by a variety of recreational and entertainment facilities including seven theaters, Lucky Strike bowling and several exercise clubs. Other neighborhood amenities include several coffee shops and a teahouse / restaurant on 8th Street; three salons with day spas; the nearby Landmark E Street Cinema, which screens independent films; Regal Theater; and shops selling clothing, jewelry, ice cream, and books, among other things. Over the past thirty years the neighborhood has transformed from a sleepy, nondescript part of downtown into a vibrant 24-hour residential and commercial community.

 

[Source: Wikipedia]

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