Expect the unexpected at the stunning Historic Row residences situated perfectly at 1745 N Street NW, in the heart of Washington D.C. These exquisite condominium homes are a symphonic blend of Queen Anne and Romanesque architecture with Italian Renaissance and Georgian Revival styling. Unified by their brownstone and brick façades, the converted townhome buildings are accented by street-side gardens and vintage iron gates. An arched entryway welcomes you into a sleek, modern lobby highlighted by a breathtaking grand staircase along with a concierge to cater to your every need. Elegant finishes, retained historic details, soaring ceilings and light-filled spaces make 1745N an exceptional place to call home.
Stroll along this charming one-way street that feels tucked away from the congestion of the city, but is still convenient to all that Washington, DC has to offer. With sweeping skyline and cathedral views, this tremendous location offers prestigious neighbors like the historic Tabard Inn and Iron Gate Restaurant, The World Bank and over a dozen international embassies. Not only are you moments from scores of world-renowned restaurants, this neighborhood also features the FRESHFARM farmers’ market every Sunday, year-round.
Each unique residence transcends several eras to create an integrated style that pays homage to the history of the townhome buildings. Exposed natural brick, 19th century-style thick walls and soaring windows anchored by deep sills are preserved and celebrated alongside modern features and finishes. This boutique-style offering also features private balconies, a quiet courtyard, concierge services, extra storage and parking.
Perfectly located on the quiet one-way N Street, NW, yet minutes to all that is DC.
Modern, imaginative and functional kitchens with natural gas cooking.
Sleek bathrooms with frameless showers, lighted mirrors, beautiful tile and Euro-style cabinetry.
Exposed brick walls pay homage to the building's 19th Century heritage.
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