This one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in Penn Quarter’s 12-story Artisan building is a true treasure for admirers of Brutalism. The unit has a private balcony with front-row views of the FBI headquarters—set for redevelopment in the next few years—and the Artisan’s courtyard.
With an open floorplan, the condo boasts a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Hardwood floors cover the kitchen and the living room. The unit is on the top floor of the Artisan and “impeccably maintained,” per the listing team. Walk-in closets offer storage space in the master bedroom and there is also an in-unit washer/dryer.
The Artisan, which is pet-friendly, has a 24-hour concierge desk, a fitness center, and a roof deck for residents’ enjoyment. Located at 915 E St. NW, the building is close to a number of popular venues, including the Capital One Arena, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Building Museum, and Landmark’s E Street Cinema. It is roughly a five-minute walk to both the Gallery Place–Chinatown and the Archives–Navy Memorial–Penn Quarter Metro stops.
At about 800 square feet, the unit last sold for $380,000 in 2009, according to Redfin. HOA dues are $522 a month, and the condo comes with a parking space in the Artisan’s garage. Shawn Breck with TTR Sotheby’s International is the listing agent. The list price is $499,900.
- 915 E ST NW #1211 [TTR Sotheby’s International]
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