LOW MONTHLY FEE of $103.24! This welcoming home in Kalorama features solid oak hardwood floors (just refinished & sealed), marble countertops, Merillat cabinetry, and extra tall ceilings. Stainless steel appliances, including imported Italian 6-range gas Bertazzoni built-in stove/oven, GE refrigerator & GE high-efficiency washer/dryer (installed 2020). The bathroom features a large shower, recessed mirrored cabinet and wide vanity. Freshly painted walls and trim for the new owner! Pet-friendly building with two floating parking spots out front - shared by residents for short-term unloading, out of town guests, etc.
THE LOCATION: Prime Kalorama location, sited across the street from the iconic Washington Hilton, featuring gym & pool memberships (www.LivingWellInDC.com) and long term-parking options. Only .5 Miles to Dupont Metro!
Nestled between Adams Morgan & Dupont Circle makes this home convenient to myriad grocery, gym, dining and shopping options on 18th, Connecticut, Florida and beyond! Neighborhood standouts include: Lauriol Plaza, Jack Rose Dining Saloon, The Cake Room, Glen's Garden Market, MINT Gym, and Bethesda Bagels.
THE HISTORY: 1929 19th Street NW was built by John Nolan in 1909 for real estate developer Charles H. Davidson. The Classical Revival-style row house was designed by prominent American architect Waddy Butler Wood, of the architectural firm of Wood, Donn and Deming. Other Kalorama projects by Wood include 2121 Bancroft Place and The Woodrow Wilson House on 2340 S Street NW.
1929 19th Street NW has served as the former residence of Henry Davidson Fry, a physician and author; Leon S. Ulman, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel; John J. Schulter, the founder and former publisher of the The InTowner and The Permanent Mission of Bolivia to the Organization of American States.
1929 19th Street NW was converted to five luxurious, beautifully renovated and restored condominiums in 2013. Each home included high-end finishes throughout with the finest materials and craftsmanship. The project was developed by Potomac Construction Group and designed by Trout Design Studio.