Chapman Stables Nearing Sellout
More than half of all units at the new Chapman Stables development are already sold, as the condo complex nears a sellout. Originally constructed at the turn-of-the-century, the more than 100-year old property once served as a stable, a coal yard and a garage, before more recently turning into a warehouse.
Developers have since transformed the existing building and nearby space into two properties, offering up more than 100 new homes, as well as room for ground level retail. Now sitting on the US National Register of Historic Places, this unique community offers up a variety of floor plans to new buyers, including some one- and two-bedrooms units.
There are also some even larger three-bedroom units within the property, blending historic architectural features and more traditional finishes with more modern and industrial design principles. The units of Chapman Stables now include such high-end extras as custom kitchen islands, designer appliances and large windows.
Priced starting in the low $300,000s, you’ll additionally find some more modern design features such as built-in charging ports, Nest thermostats and energy-efficient inclusions. Some of the larger units of Chapman Stables are priced upwards of $1 million, with desirable extras such as private terraces and balconies, plus even some two-story units.
Meanwhile, community amenities range from a reading library to a quiet courtyard and a roof terrace, complete with room for grilling, a kitchen and dining space. You’ll additionally find garage parking at the site and the property provides the option of storage units.
Found in the neighborhood of Truxton Circle, the location puts new Chapman Stables residents with a short stroll of some of the best options in dining and entertainment in the DC area. From the Union Market neighborhood to popular dining spots on the ground floor of the property, new residents are left with plenty of options.