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Listing We Love: A Retail Space Turned Residence in Capitol Hill
Airy and modern, with a party-perfect roof deck. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published March 17, 2014

In a previous life, this Constitution Avenue property was a store—but a redo by DC developer Ditto Residential transformed this 1913 space into a super-sleek townhouse. The cool part: Many of the features that probably made this a great-looking store create a modern, almost gallery-like effect as a home. There are dramatic walls of windows, whitewashed brick walls, and white oak flooring. A floating threaded staircase, two interior balconies, a third-floor skylight. And don’t miss the roof deck—it’s wired to a central speaker system, so this place is practically begging for a party. It’s listed at $1.349 million. Check out a quick tour below, then head to Sotheby’s for more.

All photographs via TTR Sotheby's International Realty.

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