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Listing We Love: A Trio of Flats in Logan Circle
A top-quality renovation of an 1885 rowhouse. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published April 7, 2014

Though rowhouse renovations are certainly not rare in Washington, this three-condo conversion of an 1885 home stands out. Positioned a block from Logan Circle’s thriving business district, the redo of this Q Street home includes high-end, on-trend finishes in all three units—gray-washed and espresso hardwood floors; spa-style bathrooms with rain showers and Carrera-marble counters, floors, and walls; outdoor terraces and balconies (and a private roof deck from the penthouse unit); iPad stations that control audio, alarm, and temperature systems; and gourmet kitchen appliances. The second-level flat already went under contract in the four days since these went on the market, but the first-floor and penthouse condos are still up for grabs at $695,000 and $1.495 million, respectively. Read on for a tour of the Logan Flats penthouse, then click through to Washington Fine Properties for details on all three condos.

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