The Warder Now Selling in Park View
Once the site of a century-old hilltop mansion the reimagined homes of The Warder are now for sale in Park View. This stunning property has been renovated allowing for the addition of 13 condominium homes within the original structure, each with at least 1,000 square feet of luxurious living space. These creative properties come in either two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus a den or three-bedroom units, each with at least two-baths and priced starting in the low $600,000s.
With tall ceilings, private outdoor space and even rooftop decks the unique homes also offer the inclusion of natural hickory flooring, exposed brick walls preserved from the existing building and clean, modern lines. Additionally, the homes come complete with vintage lighting, top-rated stainless steel appliances, washers and dryers plus marble countertops. As well, the units provide for wall-in closets and a large amount of living space.
A blend of rustic appeal and modern charm, the units incorporate natural materials and upscale features. From the ceramic tile in the baths to the USB charge ports in every room of the units, The Warder leaves nothing to chance with an excess of admirable finishes throughout. Designed to allow for plenty of natural light, the homes range up to 1,700 square feet in size, each with a spectacular view.
While the building’s penthouse unit provides its own oversized terrace and private roof deck there are also seven other private roof decks for homeowners to purchase, in addition to a common area rooftop space for all residents to enjoy. Building amenities also include available parking for an extra fee and additional units for storage.
Located in the rapidly redeveloping Park View neighborhood, residents of The Warder are simply a short walk from the Metro, plus close to grocery stores, restaurants and an excess of entertainment options in the DC area. As well, the area enjoys sweeping views of the expansive grounds of the Old Soldier’s home, incorporating natural surroundings with a historic location.