Real Estate

Listing We Love: These Massive Town Homes in Logan Circle Used to Be a Seminary

They went on the market today for a cool $2.7 million-plus each.
Listing We Love: These Massive Town Homes in Logan Circle Used to Be a Seminary
All photos courtesy of Compass.

This staggering property in Logan Circle is officially on the market. Once the site of the Washington Baptist Seminary, it’s now home to two luxe townhouses complete with elevators and rooftops terraces. Walk to two Metros (Shaw-Howard and U Street), Whole Foods, and scores of restaurants including Le Diplomat, The Dabney, and Bar Pilar. Here are the details:

Amenities (for both): White oak hardwood floors, 11-foot ceilings, sound systems, private elevators, master suites with attached baths featuring soaking tubs and Calacatta marble steam showers, finished basements with kitchenettes, private rooftop terraces, secured parking areas

Address: 1600 13th St., NW #A
List Price: $2,999,900
Square Footage: 3,800
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 4.5

Marvin wood double-pane windows create an energy-efficient space.

The eat-in kitchen features Lasa marble countertops with waterfall edges and a solid slab Lasa marble backsplash.

The sun-splashed master has two walk-in closets.

The master bath features a steam shower and an aria soaking tub.

Address: 1600 13th St., NW #B
List Price: $2,749,900
Square Footage: 3,400
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4.5

Both homes have recessed lighting throughout and come equipped with Lutron dimmers.

This kitchen features an island that can comfortably accommodate four.

Another aria soaking tub and steam shower.

Both top-floor landings have small wet bars for easy rooftop entertaining.

For more photos and details, visit the listings here and here.

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Kim Olsen
Assistant Editor

Kim Olsen joined Washingtonian in 2016 after moving to DC from Pittsburgh, where she earned an MFA in nonfiction writing at the University of Pittsburgh. She lives in Alexandria.