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montebello - alexandria va

With its abundant amenities and its campus-like setting, the Montebello condos are virtually wrapped around a lifestyle. New residents quickly discover nearly everything they want and need is in one convenient location.

Take, for example, some of the extras of living at Montebello. Originally constructed in the mid 1980s, the Alexandria property offers its residents access to both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and a jogging trail.

In addition, it also contains a four-lane bowling alley, exercise rooms, playgrounds and a billiards/ping pong room. Other desirable extras include an on-site café, a salon and more.

A convenient Metro shuttle runs in the morning, afternoon and evening. There is also a planned shuttle that helps

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old firehouse 12 - washington dc

You’ve may have heard about old warehouses being converted to condos, and perhaps even old churches, but one of the newest trends in DC involves going from firehouses to condos. While plenty of fire stations are still in operation across the region, there are other, older stations, that are no longer active, yet have a new purpose.

Properties like Old Firehouse No 9 in the U Street Corridor have since been converted into condos. The property was originally built in the late 1800s but turned into a 13-unit condo building in the 1980s.

Yet another old firehouse, this one on Maryland Avenue NE, has also since been converted into residences. Originally built in the late 1800s as well, the landmark building now houses loft-like condominium homes.

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lovejoy lofts - 440 12th st ne dc

A converted schoolhouse makes the perfect setting for distinctive lofts with a rich history in Capitol Hill. The Lovejoy Lofts is just one of a handful of old schools that have since been restored and repurposed into condominium homes in the DC area.

This turn-of-the-century schoolhouse was first reimagined into condos in the mid 2000s, and now houses more than 50 private residences. During the renovation project, crews were able to successfully retain some of the building’s original features, such as high ceilings, oversized windows, brick accent walls and arched doorways.

You will also find some top floor units today that come with vaulted ceilings and skylights. The historic features are additionally now joined by more modern and industrial

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fennessy lofts - washington dc

A former horse stable may just provide one of the coolest spots for loft-style condo living in the DC area. Located in Logan Circle, some of what’s now referred to as Fennessy Lofts takes up the old WH Penland & Company horse stable.

The horse stable business dates back to the late 1800s, although the building also once served as home to a cab company. It wasn’t until the 2000s that the property found new life as a condo project.

The entire development is a combination of a new, contemporary condo building, and an old livery stable found in the alleyway right behind it. Reimagined as dozens of condos, some of the Fennessy Lofts consists of units inside the old red brick stable.

Developers were able to retain a number of original design

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kingman park - washington dc

It may be small in size, but the Kingman Park neighborhood is packed with history. As one of DC’s newer historic districts, Kingman Park just received the official designation a couple of years ago.

It took years of debate before that happened. First settled in the 1920s as a primarily middle class, African American neighborhood, the majority of homes and buildings in Kingman Park were built up from the 1920s through the 1940s.

Kingman Park if filled with brick rowhomes today, a majority of which are in the Federal style. While housing prices have increased in recent years, keeping in line with development of the new streetcar line, the neighborhood has still remained somewhat more affordable than other nearby neighborhoods.

While some of the

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hawthorne - washington dc

Like taking a walk in the park, the tranquil neighborhood of Hawthorne offers an idyllic setting with mature trees and plenty of surrounding green space. Reportedly named for a type of tree that once grew all over the neighborhood, the majority of Hawthorne today is entirely residential.

While you won’t find much in the way of commercial offerings, you will find the appeal of a suburban community with large lots and a park-like setting. Of course, sharing a border with Rock Creek Park certainly doesn’t hurt.

The convenient location makes it possible to simply walk out your door and be surrounded by wooded parkland in just minutes. At the same time, the walkable, tree-lined neighborhood is merely 10 to 15 minutes from downtown.

Of course,

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 dylan - 2551 mainline blvd alexandria va

A new collection of contemporary condos is headed to Potomac Yard. Sales are set to begin early next year for the new Dylan condos, with delivery set for some time in 2022.

Made up of both an east and a west building, Dylan consists of floor plans ranging from a one-bedroom to a one-bedroom plus a den, a two-bedroom or a three-bedroom design. The condos are priced from the $600,000s to others topping $1 million.

While some of the smallest floor plans provide for round 800 square feet of living space, a large three-bedroom residence at Dylan easily tops 1,700 square feet of living space. Some of the units come with such luxuries as private balconies, walk-in closets and an array of other upscale features and finishes.

From chef-inspired

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the bexley - mclean va

One of the most anticipated new projects in Tysons East is now open. Construction recently wrapped up on The Bexley and move-ins are already underway.

The new condo complex sits on Old Meadow Road, just to the south of Capital One Headquarters and the McLean Metro Station. The Bexley is just one part of a larger plan to transform Tysons East into a community all its own.

Condos in The Bexley are priced starting in the high $600,000s. This price point affords two-bedrooms and two-baths.

Meanwhile, there is also the option of a three-bedroom with 2.5-baths, priced above $1 million. New buyers can also expect to find such high-end features as spa-like baths, top appliances and quartz countertops at The Bexley.

 In addition, the condos come

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lawrence house - 2331 15th st nw dc

For the best of both worlds in DC, consider the enjoyment of rooms with a view at Lawrence House. This Northwest Washington condo complex is not only convenient, but the homes also overlook the foliage of popular Meridian Hill Park.

Formed by renovating and combining two former apartment buildings, Lawrence House now offers prospective residents their choice of 30 different condominium homes. In the process of constructing the reimagined property, the developer maximized park views by expanding windows on each of the property’s front-facing residences.

The developer also redesigned the interior of the building to make use of open floor plans, more storage space and to incorporate more green features into the project. The property now includes a

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mass avenue heights - washington dc

With its grand collection of luxury homes and even some foreign embassies, Massachusetts Avenue Heights truly lives up to its reputation. Home to trophy estates and power couples, this is where you’ll find some of DC’s wealthiest and most influential residents.

Close to tony Kalorama, Massachusetts Avenue Heights is also close to the natural beauty and appeal of Rock Creek Park, and just minutes from the White House. This is what helps to make it such a desirable location for members of Washington’s elite.

Massachusetts Avenue Heights is the kind of place where it’s common to find homes priced in the multi-million-dollar range and designed for gracious living. While some of the least expensive homes in the neighborhood start at around $1 million

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