This one-bedroom condo in the heart of Mount Pleasant has an eye-catching mix of new and old charm. Located in The Schafer, a former mansion named after a previous owner that received an award-winning conversion in 2012, the unit features 11-foot ceilings and original wood wainscoting that has been restored.
Bay windows in the living room let in lots of light, and a fireplace framed with emerald-colored tile centers the space. The building stands at 3324 18th St. NW on a corner lot.
The unit is listing for $499,900 and is about 780 square feet. It has a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and silestone countertops.
The lobby of The Schafer is decked in marble, and the building, which sold for $1,350,000 in 2011, according to Redfin, is surrounded by leafy gardens. HOA dues are $330 a month.
The unit comes with a parking space included in the list price. The property is also a 10- to 15-minute walk from the Columbia Heights Metro station and only a few blocks from Rock Creek Park.
Avi Adler of Long & Foster is the listing agent.
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