Only a block away from Meridian Hill Park, this three-level co-op just landed on the market with a long history as one of Washington, D.C.'s best addresses. We're referring, of course, to award-winning author James Goode's Best Addresses, a print publication that offers detailed information, floor plans, and photography of 162 notable buildings in the District. This 1923-built building houses 13 units and was designed by one of Washington D.C.'s most prolific and skilled architects in the Gilded Age, George Oakley Totten, Jr., whose works include the Langley Park mansion in Prince George's County and Meridian Hall in Columbia Heights. Originally, the development was an apartment building, designed for artists to live and showcase their work there. Now, it serves as a cooperative. In this particular unit, the listing comes with vaulted ceilings, a large skylight, and an updated kitchen with quartzite countertops. Other highlights include built-ins, hardwood flooring, and a walk-in closet. If interested in being a tenant in this historic Arts & Crafts development, the price of this three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit is $899,555.