The Aura of Wardman Tower
Marked by incredible views and known for its stunning surroundings, the aura of Wardman Tower continues to delight and entice DC locals and visitors alike. Towering over the corner of Connecticut Avenue and Woodley Road, Wardman Tower sits high on a hilltop, with views stretching out over Rock Creek Park, and including the National Cathedral and several DC area monuments.
Originally constructed as apartments in the late 1920s, the stunning property has entertained the likes of former presidents, celebrities and politicians. Since that time, it’s been added to the National Register of Historic Places and been transformed into nearly three-dozen luxury condos.
Encircled by more than two-acres of well-kept gardens in the Woodley Park neighborhood, the Georgian Revival-style building capitalizes on its location and its private amenities. The building was designed so that the homes would offer multiple exposures and plenty of natural light.
Generally priced in the multi-million-dollar range, the condos of Wardman Tower range from two- to four-bedrooms, including up to four-baths. Starting at more than 2,000 square feet, some of the largest condos within the property command at least 4,600 square feet of living space.
A penthouse unit at Wardman Tower comes with a private roof terrace. Other additions to the homes include wide plank oak flooring, crown molding, marble baths and custom cabinetry. You will also find some stainless-steel appliances
Residents of the prestigious Wardman Tower building also enjoy a fitness center, yoga studio and two clubrooms. In addition, you’ll find a rooftop terrace with an outdoor kitchen, private storage space, available parking and concierge service.
The luxury condo building sits less than a block away from the closest Metro station and is convenient for other public transportation. It also makes it easy to enjoy the abundant green space of nearby Rock Creek Park and the zoo.