Sited in Georgetown's esteemed East Village, Church Residence #103 at Alexander Hall is one of three luxury condominiums in a converted c. 1909 house of worship. The unit features three exposures, an open concept layout, a dramatic two-story...
Sited in Georgetown's esteemed East Village, Church Residence #103 at Alexander Hall is one of three luxury condominiums in a converted c. 1909 house of worship. The unit features three exposures, an open concept layout, a dramatic two-story foyer, and a private terrace. All three residences have been finished to the highest grade, including wide plank hardwood floors, Carraramarble countertops, Wolf and Bosch appliances, and Duravit and Kohler fixtures. Each sale conveys with three years of garage parking and fitness and spa membership at the Four Seasons Hotel. Rose Park, Washington Harbour, and M Street's shopping and dining are all just steps away.
Barra de desayuno
Suelo del azulejo
Pisos de madera noble
Mesada de Mármol
Terraza / Espacio al Aire Libre
Off Site Parking
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