West End Flats: Affordability in a Ritzy Neighborhood
In a neighborhood recognized for having several of the most expensive developments in the District, the West End Flats take center stage for affordability. Delivered in 2008 by Keener-Squire, this 46-unit project was the re-development of the Tiverton Apartment Building. Unit layouts in this 5-story building include studios, one bedroom and two bedroom configurations.
Developer finishes included granite counters, stainless appliances including Liebherr fridges, hardwood flooring, travertine bath surrounds, radiant limestone bathroom floors, washer-dryers, custom closets and an intercom system with video entry. The West End Flats is a pet-friendly building with low condo fees. The ideal location of the West End Flats is across the street from Starbucks and just three blocks from the Foggy Bottom Metro Station.
Currently, three units are available for sale at the West Flats including two 1 BR / 1 BA condos listed for $449,000 and a studio listed for $249,000. Here is a resource to view active West End Flats real estate listings.
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