Dupont Circle

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webster house - 1718 p st nw dc

If you ever hoped to own of the most famous condos in Washington, DC history,  Bob Woodward’s Watergate-era condo in Dupont Circle was recently listed for sale. In the last couple of days the unit at the Webster House has gone under contract and is now off the market.

It’s the same condo the Washington Post journalist lived in and used to communicate with “Deep Throat” during the Nixon scandal. Once a studio apartment, the 450 square foot home is now a one-bedroom, one-bath condo, currently priced at $349,000.

The condo includes the desirability of newer stainless steel appliances, plus an updated kitchen and bath. Along with the cozy interior of the condo, the unit also features a balcony.

For those keeping tables, it’s the same balcony

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1745 N - dupont circle condo

With its prestigious Dupont address, 1745 N presents an exciting new addition to the neighborhood. This new construction property began with the renovation of a half-dozen vacant row houses, blending historic charm with modern luxuries.

The property also includes the addition of a new six-story building sitting just behind the row houses, making room for dozens of additional condos in the area. Already more than 50-percent sold, the property is home to spacious floor plans with high ceilings and large windows.

Prospective residents can choose from Historic Row or the Modern Flats, with cozy one-bedrooms units or larger units with space for two-bedrooms plus a den. This makes for options starting around 700 square feet of living space, or those

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1745 n - washington dc

Brand new condos in Dupont Circle are going fast, as 1745 N is already more than 50-percent sold. The property is actually made up of two unique buildings, coming together to form one of the most exciting new developments in this vibrant DC neighborhood.

The property includes some renovated row houses, as well as a new construction building that sits just behind the original structures. While you’ll find some cozy one-bedroom floor plans with around 650 square feet of living space at the site, it’s also possible to find more spacious designs topping 1,400 square feet of living space and priced upwards of $1.5 million.

The Historic Row units generally range in size from one- to two-bedrooms and include up to 2.5-baths. New residents are delighted

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the presidential - 1026 16th st nw dc

With a prime location and nearly a century of fashionable charm, The Presidential epitomizes Dupont pre-war elegance. The stylish building dates back to the 1920s, converted over into a co-op in the late 1950s.

While you will still find many unique features and finishes that add plenty of period character to the building, many of the residences of The Presidential have been updated over the years to appeal to a more modern buyer. These days, the Dupont Circle property still blends commercial and residential units into one space, but it’s now filled with even larger private residences formed from combining some of the original apartments into a much larger private space.

Common features of the homes include hardwood flooring, crown molding and

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1745 n - 1745 n st nw dc

Reimagined row homes and modernly appointed flats join together to form one of the most impressive and sophisticated new residential options coming to Dupont Circle. 1745 N is quickly nearing completion, bringing with it renovated row houses and stylish new construction flats to the neighborhood.

Sophisticated Historic Row is made up of turn-of-the-century row houses, reimagined into more modern designs and priced starting from the high $600,000s. Meanwhile, some of the penthouse units within Historic Row are currently priced in the multi-million dollar range.

Options here include mostly one- and two-bedroom homes, complimented by exposed brick walls, wide-plank hardwood flooring, as well as some balconies and terraces. As well, the century-old

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the cairo - 1615 q st nw dc

A landmark of Dupont Circle for well more than a century now, there’s no doubt The Cairo building forever shaped the DC skyline. The building was first constructed in the late 1800s as the city’s very first residential skyscraper, so tall that after completion it led local leaders to fight for zoning laws and height restrictions in DC that still exist today.

Stretching a full 12-stories, the building sits on the National Register of Historic Places, inspired by grandiose structures found in other big US cities. Along with eliciting some controversy over its height in the beginning, the building also featured some memorable attributes, with large rooms, a phone in every apartment and the technological reliance on electricity over gaslights,

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Admiral Dupont - 1700 17th street nw dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Rachael Hesling represented the buyer of a condo at the Admiral Dupont, located at 1700 17th Street NW #305, Washington, DC 20009 in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR / 2 BA / 818 SF and closed on April 20th, 2018 for $950,000 / $688 SF.

This condo was completely renovated with modern industrial finishes including designer spa showers, barn door, wide plank flooring, quartz counters, stainless appliances and more. The rooftop common areas including the community room and gym at the Admiral Dupont were recently renovated. The Admiral Dupont is located at the corner of 17th Street NW and R Street in the Dupont neighborhood.

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kramerbooks & afterwords washingotn dcPhoto: Victor Solanoy

While politics obviously play a central role for many living in DC, sometimes the real treasure of a DC lifestyle is discovering the hidden gems of some of the area’s neighborhoods. With that in mind, we’ve come up with a list of some of our favorite independent DC bookstores.

Politics & Prose

Staying with the political theme, Politics & Prose is a true Connecticut Avenue delight. Found in Chevy Chase, the bookstore commonly hosts notable authors for readings and discussions. The store additionally boasts a large section just for kids and teens, plus a friendly and helpful staff. Other locations are now open at The Wharf and a third location is coming to Union Market.

Kramerbooks & Afterwords

Kramerbooks & Afterwords

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somerset house - 1801 16th st nw dc

With a century worth of history to its name, Somerset House continues with a tradition for excellence in DC’s Dupont Circle. Originally constructed in the early 1900s by renowned real estate developer Harry Wardman, the upscale property remains one of the most elegant and luxurious in the neighborhood.

The historic, U-shaped building changed over to condos just a few years ago, bringing with it a new roof, new windows, plus new plumbing and an electric system. As graceful in design as the building once was, it’s now been transformed into more modern residences, yet retains some of the original design elements that make it so special.

The condos of Somerset House come in studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans. Starting around a cozy 300

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somerset house - 1801 16th st nw dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Rachael Hesling represented the buyer of a Somerset House condo located at 1801 16th Street NW #111, Washington, DC 20009 in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,128 SF and closed on November 17th, 2017 for $812,000 / $720 SF.

Charming period details and modern luxury are tastefully joined in this condo including marble counters, custom cabinetry, high-end appliances and detailed millwork. The Somerset House is a recent conversion of a 1917 Wardman Building offering a concierge, fitness room, storage and bikeroom. Walk to Dupont, Logan and U Street from this super convenient location.

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