025_301_Massachusetts_Ave_1203_102024_145066

Eye on The Capitol – Penthouse Living at The Sonata

Mark Meyerdirk Listings Leave a Comment

009_301_massachusetts_ave_1203_102024_145066-300x200Welcome to Penthouse Unit 1203 at The Sonata with impressive views of the U.S. Capitol Dome and downtown Washington.  This striking loft condominium features 1,360 square feet and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, soaring ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, new carpeting, concrete-poured ceilings and walls, and exposed ductwork.

Upon arriving at The Sonata, you’ll be greeted by the Concierge and make your way up to the 12th floor.  The unit boasts an entry foyer with hallway that is flanked on either side with the Master and Second Bedroom and leads you to the spacious open-concept living area with huge windows overlooking the city and the U.S.  Capitol Dome.  A large den connects with the living room and is ideal for a home office, guest room, or even a formal dining space. The Master Bedroom has a large walk-in closet and an en-suite bath with oversized shower and separate bathtub.  The spiral staircase will lead you up to this unit’s private roof terrace with spectacular views of D.C.

In addition to your own private outdoor space, you can also take advantage of the
021_301_massachusetts_ave_1203_102024_145066-300x200 building’s common roof terrace and exercise room.  Unit 1203 comes complete with two secure garage parking spaces (#32 and 21).  The fantastic location provides easy access to Capitol Hill, Judiciary Square, China Town, the K Street Corridor, and Mount Vernon Square.  Also, enjoy fast access to the 3rd Street tunnel for quick exits to Maryland and Virginia.  The Judiciary Square Metrorail is approximately 3.5 blocks away and enjoy.  The new Safeway grocery store, Vida Gym and several great restaurants are located just blocks away at CityVista (4th & K) .  With some many great amenities within walking-distance, its no surprise this property boasts a WalkScore of 96, a “Walker’s Paradise.”

 

 

 

About the Author

Mark Meyerdirk

Facebook Twitter