Washington, D.C.: Huge Condo for Sale on Embassy Row, $1.9M
The condo at 2339 Massachusetts Ave. is one of four apartments that each encompass an entire floor of the building.
Embassy Row lies along Massachusetts Avenue NW, where many embassies or diplomatic offices are concentrated. The area was considered Washington's most desirable residential address in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with its many mansions housing the city's social and political elite.
This home is also considered part of the Kalorama Heights neighborhood, named after the scenic road. This apartment is near the Woodrow Wilson House, the last home of the president and now a National Historic Landmark. Wilson was the only president to remain in Washington immediately after leaving office and his residence is now a museum.
Walking around the neighborhood should be interesting with plenty of art deco architecture and stately homes and embassies to admire.
The co-op condo for sale is also unique; it's in a beaux arts building built in 1906 with enough space to keep you busy: five bedrooms, four full baths, two working fireplaces, a reception room, library, living room and dining room.
There's limited parking in the driveway.
The average list price for Kalorama Heights is $2,788,695, making this home almost $1 million below average.
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