Near the heart of Adams Morgan, 1661 Crescent Place is a notable Georgian Revival Cooperative Building, built in 1927. This elegant building, is situated just off 16th street on wonderfully quiet one way street surrounded by three important Beaux Arts buildings - The Meridian House, The White-Myer House & the Meridian Mansion (The Envoy) and opposite to the very popular Meridian Hill Park. It is also listed in the Best Address book by James Goode. 1661 Crescent Place has recently undergone renovations including Central Air Conditioning, forced air heating, new window & encasements, lovely new corridors, new carpeting, lobby, elevators, roof & roof deck (with Capitol & Monument views), complete exterior brick & mortal repointing, and others. The building is in top notch shape. Unit 202, with approximately 1,512 sf was designed for large scale entertaining & enjoyment. It boasts 9-foot ceilings-ideal for large scale art, separate Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Foyer, 2 bedrooms, one bath, side hall and extra storage. This L-shaped unit has 12 windows in the public room offering incredible natural light. Lovely hardwood floors are throughout the entire apartment and there are 2 exit doors to the corridor (from kitchen and bedroom hallway) for easy access. A covered garage parking spot and large, secure storage room off the lobby are included. The view from the roof deck is sublime, and the gardens downstairs are well maintained.