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Live in a spruced up condo at the historic Dresden for $1.5M

Expect some glitz and glamour in this listing

For $1,595,000, homebuyers are able to nab a spot in the historic Dresden building in Kalorama. The Dresden is a Washington, D.C. landmark over 100 years old, constructed by one of the city's most notable architects, Harry Wardman.

While built in 2010, the listing has been spruced up over the years. The listing indicates that the seller replaced the windows and renovated the marble foyer. Other details inside that may appeal to homebuyers include the coffered ceilings, wine fridge, and quirky wallpaper.

With $1,780 monthly HOA dues, this renovated condo comes with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms across 1,950 square feet of space. According to the listing, the condo fees will be reduced within 18 months by approximately $300.


The Dresden

2126 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20008