1701 16th St NW #648, Washington, DC 20009
**Significant price adjustment! Incredible value for this beautifully renovated unit. Please come see us soon. Open House 2/25 2-4PM***
Welcome to Unit #648 at The Chastleton, a beautifully renovated 1-Bedroom and 1-Bathroom cooperative home situated in an amenity-rich and historically charming building in Dupont Circle. A full renovation in 2020 not only spiffed up the kitchen and bathroom with modern features but it raised the ceiling height, replaced electric and plumbing and installed laundry - a few changes that bring an entirely new functionality and loftiness to the space. The open Kitchen features Quartz waterfall countertops, shiny, stainless appliances and cabinet space to hold all of your supplies. A large Living Room provides enough space for a proper TV Room and a place to curl up with a book by the wall of windows. Tucked cleverly in the back is a separate Dining Room (or WFH space\?!) with additional sunny windows and plenty of room for hosting friends! The Owner's Bedroom features recessed lighting and windows on one side of the room and a big storage closet on the other. The new Bathroom truly WOWs with gorgeous tile, a sliding glass shower door and stylish vanity. Stackable laundry is stored out of the way in the utility closet and will make a big impact on your daily life! The Chastleton is a stunning building with a beautiful roofdeck, 24/7 concierge, on-site management, a courtyard with grills, a fully outfitted gym, and an incredible ballroom! Storage available for rent, and parking is often available for rent or sale. Please come visit us today!
Fee includes all utilities aside from electricity, high speed internet and cable, underlying mortgage and taxes! Taxes listed are for the entire building please disregard! Taxes are included in your fee
Fee Breakdown(please reach out if there are any questions): Maintenance fee: $577.39 Underlying mortgage: $304.78 Property taxes: $181.71
Underlying Mortgage Balance for this unit as of 1/19/24 is $50,063.88. You subtract this underlying mortgage from the salesprice(as well as down payment) and that is what you'd finance from a lender!