The Webster House is a contemporary condo building located on P Street between 17th Street and 18th Street in Dupont Circle. Delivered in 1968, the complex was recently updated with one of the first solar water heating systems in the District. Other recent upgrades include new carpeting, lighting, wall paper and tile as well as a makeover for the lobby.
Pet friendly, the building offers 175 residences, many of which have been renovated to include new kitchens, and a number of built-ins. Amenities include balconies in many of the units, a front desk, rooftop swimming pool, resident-only courtyard, bike storage and on-site rental parking availability. Webster House is within walking distance of the Dupont Circle Metro Station.
Unit On 4th Floor With Fresh Paint And Cleaned, Built-in Bookcases And Wood Floors. Front Desk Concierge, Secure Front Building, Rooftop Pool And Sundeck, Laundry On Every Floor, Patio Inside The Courtyard. Utilities Included In Condo Fee. Location Close ...
Welcome Home This Vibrant Dupont Condo Is Currently The Largest In Its Price Category With No Wasted Space. The Webster House, That Exudes Elegance And Sophistication Along With Comfort And Livability. Your New Home Offers Soaring Ceilings, Large Windows, A...
If you ever hoped to own of the most famous condos in Washington, DC history, Bob Woodward’s Watergate-era condo in Dupont Circle was recently listed for sale. In the last couple of days the unit at the Webster House has gone under contract and is now off the market.
It’s the same condo the Washington Post journalist lived in and used to communicate with “Deep Throat” during the Nixon scandal. Once a studio apartment, the 450 square foot home is now a one-bedroom, one-bath condo, cur... Read More
The DC real estate blogosphere has been buzzing this week about a Dupont Circle studio apartment listing where Washington Post columnist Bob Woodward lived during his days investigating the Watergate scandal. The balcony of this unit was used by Woodward to signal his source "Deep Throat." Woodward would plant a flag in a flower pot to indicate to Deep Throat that he wanted to meet.It was incorrectly reported that Woodward owned the Webster House unit where he lived. T... Read More
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Listing information last updated on August 10th, 2020 at 1:03am EDT.