With modern flair and historic elegance, The Anne is one of DC’s most charming condo properties. Formed from three historic buildings in Northwest Washington, the newly redesigned condo building now hosts 16 individual units.
All three original buildings date back to the late 1800s. The main structure was a Victorian home that once belonged to a prominent builder in the area. His home later turned into a boardinghouse and then some temporary housing. More recently, it was reconfigured into new condominium homes.
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The Anne Finishes
The boutique building offers a mix of the old and the new, with stained-glass windows, exposed brick and fireplaces. Units in the boutique building also come with a number of modern features and finishes, such as quartz countertops, tile backsplashes and name-brand appliances. You will additionally find luxury vinyl flooring and bathrooms with name-brand fixtures.
The Anne Floor Plans
As part of its new design, the developer was able to retain much of the property’s original structure, while cutting openings between the three buildings to connect them as a single building. All units in the newly formed building contain one-bedroom and one-bath, while a handful of lower-level units come with an outdoor patio. A first-floor unit at The Anne has a balcony. Most units at The Anne range from around 450 square feet of living space to nearly 700 square feet of living space. The building does not have its own parking, but there is the option for monthly parking located close to The Anne.
The Anne Location
The condo building sits conveniently close to public transportation, with several bus routes serving the area and the closest Metro station about a half-mile away from The Anne. The condos are also close to several restaurants and bars, and just across the street from the green space of Milian Park. The building sits at the border of Chinatown and Mount Vernon.