2501 Penn is a luxury condominium building at the sought after corner of Pennsylvania and 25th Street in the West End. In fact, 2501 nicely straddles three of the City's most fashionable neighborhoods -- the West End, Foggy Bottom, and Georgetown. A former office building, the 8-story complex was converted to condos in 2008 and is now home to 16 exclusive residences ranging in size from 2,200 square feet up to 4,500 square foot penthouses with private roof terraces. Read more about 2501 Penn real estate.
4,500 Sf 3br/3.5ba Penthouse On 2 Levels With Interior Design Elements By Barry Dixon. Private Elevator Opens To Flowing First Floor W/ Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Family Room, Library, And Top-of-the-line Kitchen. Master Suite W/his-hers Closets And A...
2501 Penn was originally built in 1886 and registered as a historic landmark before being being transformed into the sixteen residences offered today. The brick exterior continues to reflect its 19th century origins with limestone accents and ironwork. The elegant hallways are lit by tasteful sconces. Intrepid Real Estate, the developer, is offering either fully furnished units or residences that are marketed as "designer ready" and available for the new owner to customize to fit his/her tastes. Current owners are also making resale properties available.
2501 Penn Finishes
All homes are pet friendly and feature high ceilings, hardwood flooring and premium finishes such as Sub Zero, Bosch, and Thermador appliances in the kitchens and Waterworks baths in the sleek master suites. The wood flooring in each home reflects the careful consideration that went into all aspects of the building, with a choice of wide planks made out of Brazilian cherry, teak, or oak. All units also feature direct elevator access as well as careful attention to sound attenuation to minimize the buzz of the city.
2501 Penn Amenities
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2501 Penn Location
2501 Penn is within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom Metro Station as well as minutes away from Georgetown and the Kennedy Center. Residents at 2501 have the enjoyable dilemma of having their pick of a variety of hot spots, parks, and dining options.
2501 Penn Fast Facts
Location: Corner of Pennsylvania Ave NW and 25th Street
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Georgetown and the West End Top DC Luxury Market
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Listing information last updated on January 19th, 2019 at 7:30am EST.