1632 S St NW #32

Washington, DC, 20009

$1,199,000.00 closed
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1734 SQFT

Thoughtfully designed living spaces bring to life luxurious and refined modern living in this premier Dupont Circle penthouse, accented by timeless features and finishes throughout. Modern functionality is expertly disguised behind period appropriate woodwork and finishes including utility room with storage and full sized laundry, and ample storage space. 

The grand master suite consists of four spaces including a generously sized main bedroom, walk-in closet with custom built in cabinetry, spa bath with dual vanity, and last but certainly not least the solarium with wraparound windows and secondary exit to the rear of the building and parking below.

The second level offers a multifunctional secondary living space currently presented as a den, providing a unique array of possibilities including a third bedroom, entertaining space, or office. Also located on this level is the crown jewel of this home - the private 400 square foot private rooftop terrace, featuring low maintenance trex decking and space for bountiful gatherings among the treetops. 

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Listing courtesy of RLAH Real Estate

Facts & Figures

  • Condo fees
  • Office name
    RLAH Real Estate
  • SQFT
  • Bedrooms
  • Full baths
  • Half baths
  • Purchase type
  • Property type
  • School district
    Boston Schools
  • Elementary school
    Boston Elementary
  • High school
    Boston High
  • Year built
  • Lot size
  • Sewer
  • Heating
  • Tax amount
  • Tax year
  • Office ID
  • Agent ID
  • Agent name
    Jessica Evans
  • Price rage
  • Bedrooms range
    2 Beds
  • Full baths range
    2 Baths
  • Square feet range
    1000-1500 sq ft
  • Year built range
  • Total baths
  • Total baths range
    2 Baths
  • Condo fee includes
    Water, Sewer, Trash, Management

Historic Meets Boutique

Welcome home to 1632 S, a boutique 8 unit condominium building in the heart of Dupont Circle. The Mediterranean Revival style building built in 1914, originally served as an apartment house when completed in 1914 by prolific real estate developer Harry Wardman. Notable past occupants include writer and civil rights activist Mary Church Terrell and Harlem Renaissance poet and playwright May Miller. Converted to condominiums in 2007, this self-managed pet friendly building offers residents a relaxed environment with low condo fees and features a community roof deck.

The 💜 Of Dupont Circle

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