The Sonata Blends Beaux-Arts Architecture with Contemporary Flair
Beaux-Arts architecture is modernized with contemporary flair at the luxurious Sonata building in DC’s Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood. This high-end development sits just blocks from the White House, with dozens of loft-style city homes for buyers to consider.
The stylish building was constructed in the mid 2000s, created by mixing historic architectural style points with more modern inclusions. While the exterior of the 12-story building effortlessly blends in with its surroundings, The Sonata also brings a contemporary feel to the neighborhood.
Home to 75 condos and an impressive three stories of parking, the pet-friendly building additionally offers a fitness center and extra storage possibilities. As well, you’ll find a swimming pool, dining space, and some grilling space on the rooftop.
Some units of The Sonata even offer views of the Capitol Dome. Buyers at The Sonata can choose from floorplans ranging from just under 500 square feet of living space, to some units topping 1,700 square feet of space.
This means finding a condo to fit your needs, whether that means a one-bedroom, and two-bedroom, or a three-bedroom home. Some of the units in the building come with a loft-style set-up.
The condos additionally offer walls of windows, high concrete ceilings and exposed duct work, plus granite countertops, maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and some units with a small island in the gourmet kitchen. As well, you will find some hardwood floors, in addition to spa-like baths, walk-in closets, and other desirable features and finishes.
The Sonata sits close to Capital One Arena and Chinatown, plus countless museums, theaters, and art galleries. In addition, the building is also close to neighborhood conveniences, such as a Whole Foods Market, and within walking distance of a Metro station. The Sonata was one of the first upscale developments to go up in Mount Vernon Triangle as part of its latest redevelopment.