Boneval on Capitol Hill Blends History With Modern Conveniences
With a blend of history and modern conveniences, The Bonéval captures the best of both worlds for prospective new residents interested in living on Capitol Hill. This elegant, four-story condo property may have only been constructed a few years ago, but its design effortlessly blends in with the rest of the surrounding, Capitol Hill neighborhood.
While it’s not very often that units at The Bonéval come up for sale, the 40-unit condo property does include your choice of a one- or two-bedroom floorplan. A majority of units tend to include anywhere from close to 700 square feet of living space, to sometimes more than 1,400 square feet of space for a penthouse unit with a large private terrace.
The pet-friendly units of The Bonéval come with Silestone quartz countertops, wood cabinetry, and Bosch appliances. In addition, you’ll likely find hardwood floors and Carrara marble flooring in the baths.
The full-service property does have some available parking for purchase, as well as an elevator, some storage space for an extra fee, and concierge services. It also includes a rooftop deck overlooking Capitol views, as well as a courtyard, some grilling space, and bicycle parking.
Bonéval sits within walking distance of Union Station and Eastern Market. The elevator property is also close to the long-standing green space of Stanton Park, which offers a playground and walkways. The property is not far from a Trader Joe’s and a Whole Foods Market either, plus it’s not far from a Metro station for convenience.
While The Bonéval is newer construction, being part of Capitol Hill means living close to countless historic landmarks and properties. This includes the Supreme Court building, the US Capitol building, and the Library of Congress. The Capitol Hill Historic District has a spot on the National Register of Historic Places and is DC’s largest historic, residential neighborhood.