On the Market: Historic charm and timeless design in Dupont Circle

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A view of the Penthouse fireplace, living and dining rooms. Credit: McWilliams Ballard

The condominium complex at 1745 N St NW is beautiful proof that opposites attract and can live together in perfect harmony.

The two-wing development offers a choice of living and design styles. Historic Row, which faces N Street and reflects its Victorian and turn-of-the-20th-century design, houses 29 residences with oversized windows, tall ceilings, spacious floor plans and views of the streetscape and the dome of St. Matthew’s cathedral.

A view of St. Matthew’s dome from Historic Row. Credit: Susan Bodiker

Nestled behind Historic Row and connected by a brick courtyard is the all-new Modern Flats, a sleek six-story tower with 39 open-concept units, many with private terraces.

Historic one-bedrooms range from 813-1035 square feet and are offered at high $600s to upper $900s; two bedrooms, 1210-1750 square feet and $1.049M to $1.699M; penthouses (2190-2309  square feet) are priced at $2.999M.

The smaller Modern flats include one bedrooms (641-652 square feet) ranging from mid- to upper-$500s. One bedroom/den units (688-774 square feet) range from mid- to upper-$600s. Two bedrooms (886 square feet) start at the upper $700’s.

The den_office has its own separate entrance, large closet and en-suite bath. Credit: McWilliams Ballard

Historic or modern, all the homes are luxuriously styled with wide-plank white oak flooring throughout; gourmet kitchens with Italian cabinetry, marble-veined quartz countertops and full-height backsplash; Bosch, Thermador or Summit appliances; large closets (some already fitted with custom storage systems) and elegant baths featuring Italian high-gloss white vanities, quartz counters, electric lighted mirrors and Kohler fixtures.

At 1418 square feet, Unit 211 is one of the larger residences in the Historic Row. It opens into a wide foyer with a powder room and laundry closet to the left. Straight ahead is a great room, comprising a living/dining area, anchored by oversized windows facing south, and the kitchen, which features all Bosch appliances, extensive cabinetry (dark wood lower and high-gloss white upper) and an island/breakfast bar that seats four.

St.Matthew’s dome is visible through the nicely arched window in the master bedroom. Credit: McWilliams Ballard

There are two bedrooms, both with en-suite baths. The master bath has a double-sink vanity, frameless glass door shower with seat and porcelain tile floor and wall tile. The master bedroom boasts a spacious closet with Econize built-in storage.

This unit is on the market for $1,699,900 with a monthly condo fee of $956.

The Historic Row penthouse, unit 509, offers almost 2300 square feet of living space and includes two bedrooms, a den (with a private entrance) and three-and-a-half baths. The expansive living/dining room boasts exceptional light, a gas-burning fireplace as well as an exposed brick wall (from one of the original row homes that formed this wing of the complex).

Off the living room, to the right, is a comfortably sized bedroom with a deep walk-in closet (ready for customizing), en-suite bath with double vanity and glass-door shower. The den also enjoys its own en-suite bath and sizable closet.

Off the living room to the left, a wide hallway leads to another master bed/bath with similar amenities and the kitchen, which features Bosch and Thermador appliances.

The penthouse is on the market for $2.999 million with a monthly condo fee of $1,543.

Vintage brick pays hommage to the building’s turn-of-the-century past. Credit: McWilliams Ballard

Unit 404, a one-bedroom, one-bath Modern Flat, is only 641 square feet but every amenity-rich inch is thoughtfully laid out—from the substantial walk-in closet to the walls of windows in the living/dining area and the patio off the kitchen. It is on the market for $574,900 ($432 month condo fee).

Modern Flat 401 offers 886 square feet of living space with two bedrooms, two en-suite baths and a Juliet balcony off the living/dining room. The larger of the two bedrooms is graced with large picture and clerestory windows and an absolutely massive walk-in closet. The sophisticated kitchen seats three at the breakfast bar. It is on the market for $784,900 (condo fee: $597/month).

The two-toned kitchen arrayed in classic black and white. Credit: McWilliams Ballard

1745 N St NW is pet-friendly and offers garage parking and 12-hour/day concierge service. It is less than two blocks from the Dupont Circle metro station and a quick walk to a host of restaurants—Bistrot du Coin, Kramer Books and Afterwords, The Tabard Inn (next door) and the Iron Gate (across the street); shopping attractions—Blue Mercury, Brooks Brothers, Ann Taylor Loft and the Farmers Market; fitness studios—Cross Fit, Washington Sports Club and The Studio DC. The Phillips Collection is nearby and Adams Morgan and Logan Circle are an easy bike ride away.

The condominium residences at 1745 N St NW are listed with McWilliams Ballard. For details, contact Jennifer Harper at 703-864-3545, jharper@mcwb.com or Steve Swank, 202-553-0964, sswank@mcwb.com. For a visual tour, visit https://www.1745n.com/.