The Maples Condos Selling Well On Capitol Hill
The Maples, a fashionable unique 19-condo unit building near historic Eastern Market on Capitol Hill, have already pre-sold 70% of the residences, which are expected to be completed near the end of this year. The new condos are in a restored 1795 Capitol Hill mansion that is the oldest residence on Capitol Hill, yet the newest renovation. Located at 619 D Street, SE, The Maples is both walking distance to The Eastern Market Metro Station, and the U.S. Capitol and Congressional Office Buildings.
On the National Register of Historic Places, The Maples consists of the former main house and stables that have been transformed into 6 unique buildings of flats and duplexes. All of these modern residences have distinct floor plans and separate entrances. Many have direct entry elevator access from the new underground parking garage. The Maples has 3 new townhomes, which line the entrance to the restored manor house. The home’s charming historic Georgian façade has been left intact, but upscale touches of The Maples condo residences offer modern beauty like white oak flooring, quartz countertops and white glass backsplashes, stainless steel Jenn-Air professional kitchen appliances, Waterworks bath fixtures, custom cabinetry, spacious walk-in closets and recessed lighting.
Filled with a rich history, the original brick manor house was built by a wealthy Englishman, William Mayne Duncanson, in 1795-1797. He wanted to expand The East India Company trade to DC by way of the Anacostia River. The location is prime. Capitol Hill offers some of the best dining and nightlife in DC, just steps from the Eastern Market Metro and a walker’s pleasure. Condos at The Maples are priced from $400,000s to $1.9 million. Here is a resource to view The Maples real estate listings.