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Curbed I Spy: An Old Timey Co-Op in Downtown D.C.

With Curbed I Spy, you can interact with listings on the market from your computer by spotting the little details that really make them unique. In this game, you will browse through photos of a Dupont Circle co-op that is currently on the market for $1,175,000. If there are any items that you can't seem to spot, be sure to leave a comment, and the location will be revealed.


This penthouse level co-op just landed on the market with hardwood floors, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, and marble details in the bathrooms. Located in Dupont Circle's residential development, The Presidential, this abode was designed by one of Washington, D.C.'s most prominent and influential architects, Appleton P. Clark, Jr. After opening his practice in 1886, Clark designed 27 apartment buildings, 15 banks, five schools, and numerous residential abodes in the nation's capital. The pre-war co-op building was constructed in 1923 and includes a 24-hour front desk. The location is only a couple blocks away from the Farragut North Metro station. For today's game of Curbed I Spy, you will have to locate all of the below details throughout the photo gallery. Good luck!


· A very nosy Benjamin Franklin
· The reason why you feel like you're being watched when you go to sleep
· A painting of a man who's very comfortable with his physique
· A Tiffany lamp
· A lovely statue of a lady doing her morning stretches
· A chandelier
· Another chandelier
· The fine china
· Decorative columns
· A rainbow


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