Nestled in the acclaimed Kalorama neighborhood, this charming, recently updated, one-bedroom, one-bath, 642 sqft residence welcomes residents with over a century of rich history.
Upon entering the freshly painted residence, guests are greeted with a flexible floor plan, 10’ ceilings, warm hardwood floors, updated lighting and two oversized windows which flood the residence with light. The open-concept living area features a cozy reading nook with floor-to-ceiling bookcases, ornamental moulding and a versatile floor plan which leads through a glass-paneled door into the newly renovated kitchen. The kitchen is complete with brand new, polished Calcutta Quartz countertops, new matte black fixtures, abundant storage, stainless steel appliances and an undermount sink. A workspace for the work-from-home professional is conveniently located a few steps away.
Nearby, the freshly painted bedroom features custom built-ins, a raised bed platform, updated lighting, ornamental moulding accents and access to the extensive walk-in closet. The en-suite newly renovated primary bath features a new subway tile surround, a convenient linen closet, a new vanity and brushed nickel fixtures. A resident-exclusive rooftop deck, meeting room and 24-hour concierge complete this one-of-a-kind, historic listing. Utilities and property taxes are included.
Centrally located in the highly sought-after Kalorama neighborhood, the Altamont Co-operative provides residents with convenient access to all that the neighborhood has to offer. Earning a walk score of 95, this residence is a short, two-minute walk to the lush Kalorama Park and less than a mile to everyday essentials like Harris Teeter, Safeway and more. Sited among some of DC’s most desirable neighborhoods, residents have endless transportation options, including Capital Bikeshare, MetroBus and access to the red line at both the Woodley Park/Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle metro stations – both less than a mile away. Unit 36 offers entry into a storied building at an exceptional value with amenities including a 24-hour front desk and concierge service, rooftop deck, and sweeping views of area landmarks. Just blocks away, enjoy neighborhood restaurants, cafes and shops, including favorites such as Perry’s, The Grill from Ipanema, Sushi Ogawa, Lapis and Anju.
The Altamont was constructed in 1916 as 27 apartment homes by renowned architect Arthur B. Heaton. The Mission Revival-style home was originally completed under the direction of Colonel George Truesdell, a Civil War veteran turned developer. Named after Truesdell’s home near Deep Creek Lake, Maryland, The Altamont was eventually converted to a co-op in 1949.
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Listing information last updated on July 3rd, 2022 at 5:03pm EDT.