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Listing We Love: A Classic-Contemporary Townhouse in Capitol Hill

This trio of townhomes is part of the Edmonds School renovation.

We’re already on record as fans of the Edmonds School renovation, a project of restored lofts at Ninth and N streets in Capitol Hill that started selling in the spring. Now, the final piece—a trio of brand-new townhouses adjacent to the school—has been completed and hit the market last week. While the townhouses may not have all of the lofts’s historic schoolhouse detailing, there’s still plenty to admire, from the dark-stained oak floors and contemporary lines to the elegant wall paneling and dropped tray ceiling detail in the dining area. Other highlights: The modern kitchen features custom-painted maple cabinetry, black granite waterfall counters, and high-end appliances from the likes of Liebherr, Bosch, Grohe, and Viking. Upstairs, the master suite includes a bath decked out in marble, with a custom millwork vanity, a soaking tub, and a frameless glass walk-in shower. On the third floor, the wet bar and study are offset by French doors that open to a 150-square-foot terrace, and above that there’s a 400-square-foot private rooftop deck overlooking prime views of the Capitol dome and Washington Monument. Plus the whole place is outfitted with some key high-tech hook-ups—think Nest thermostats, LyriQ audio systems throughout the home, and USB outlets for direct in-wall charging.

The three units are each four levels with four to five bedrooms and as many as six baths, and they’re listed at $1.649, $1.689, and $1.749 million. Take a peek at the photos below, then go to TTR Sotheby’s for more.


Find Michelle Thomas on Twitter at @michellethomas4.

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