2032 16th St NW #6,
20009

2032 16th St NW #6
20009

$569,900USD
  • Casa aberta
  • 1
    Quarto
  • 2
    Casas de banho Completas
  • 766 Pés²
    Interior
  • Visita livre
    19 de setembro de 2021
    14:00 - 16:00

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2032 16th St NW #6
  • Visita livre
    19 de setembro de 2021
    14:00 - 16:00

About 2032 16th St NW #6

Come home to peace and serenity in the heart of Dupont Circle and the U Street Corridor with deeded PARKING space! This gem in is a city-dweller’s dream. The well-appointed condo includes 1 bedroom plus Den, 2 full bath in a Victorian row house features Nest thermostat, Den with full size murphy bed and closes off with pocket doors and historic large windows professionally restored with custom blinds from Smith & Noble ensuring ample natural light and hardwood floors. The updated hall full bathroom includes floor to ceiling tiled shower and glass door. The spacious bedroom boasts Fireplace, walk-in closet, and en-suite bath with floor to ceiling tiled shower. The gourmet kitchen is complete with Granite counter, Stainless Steel appliances and custom backsplash. The open floor plan provides spacious living and dining areas perfect for both entertaining and cozy evenings in. In-Unit washer and dryer make every day living a breeze. New water heater (May 2021. Secure building ensures peace of mind. Prime location at the crossroads of the vibrant Dupont Circle, U Street, Adams Morgan, and Logan Circle communities. Walk score of 99! Convenient access to three Metro lines and bus lines providing quick options anywhere in the city. Bike share rack across the street. Within minutes to café’s, restaurants, museums, and all of DC’s vibrant cultural offerings.

Listing Courtesy of Redfin Corp

Data provided by BRIGHT MLS

Comercializada por

Downtown Brokerage

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ID do Imóvel:DCDC2012378

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  • 1 lareira
  • Área de Refeições
  • Frigorífico
  • Piso De Madeira

Casas à venda por cidade: Distrito De Columbia