Welcome to this beautiful, two-bedroom, two-bath, completely renovated unit in Harbour Square - a community famous for its mid-century modern architecture and landscape. This through unit has spectacular views from both the north and south sides of the building that include the Washington Channel to the south and the one-acre, tranquil, aquatic garden to the north. The approximately 1,680 square feet of space has been renovated from top to bottom. The kitchen has brand new stainless appliances including a washer-dryer, white quartz countertops, and for lovers of mid-century architecture, the original mid-century cabinets. Both bathrooms have been totally renovated, as well. Each room has been freshly painted, there's new carpet throughout, and the living room also has a wood-burning fireplace. The light-filled living and dining rooms have a southern exposure and both have balconies with great views of East Potomac Park and Hains Point with the Potomac River beyond. Only two units are located on each floor and are accessed by two elevators.
The monthly fee includes EVERYTHING: all utilities, cable, wi-fi, PROPERTY TAX, on-site management, amenities, and friendly-staffed gatehouse. The amenities include an indoor heated 25 meter lap pool that was renovated in 2017, a well-equipped gym that is open 24/7, and public rooftop decks with 360-degree views of the Washington skyline including the Washington Monument, the Pentagon, the Jefferson and Lincoln memorials, the Kennedy Center, and fireworks on the Fourth of July. The community also offers bike lockers, storage rooms, a clubroom, a meeting room, an electric car charging station, a car wash station, laundry facilities, daily trash pickup at each unit, and a hobby shop for woodworking and craft projects. Parking is available for rent (1 space $155 a month or $225 for 2 spaces). Monthly fee also includes a capital reserve fee of $735 per month in addition to everything listed above.
Pet-friendly Harbour Square was designed by Chloethiel Woodard Smith (1910-1992), one of the first women to become a fellow in the American Institute of Architects. She teamed up with landscape architect Daniel Urban Kiley (1912-2004) to design the community's tranquil open serene spaces including a one-acre aquatic garden and a Great Lawn that is perfect for picnics and croquet. It is listed on the Historic Register for its mid-century modern architecture and landscape.
Two blocks to the Waterfront Metro station. Convenient to Nat's Park, Audi Field, Southwest Waterfront Park, Arena Stage and the Anthem. Three blocks to the shops, restaurants, services and entertainment at The Warf including Hank's Oyster Bar, Bartaco, and Kirwan's On the Warf. Water taxis to Alexandria, National Harbor, and Georgetown are also located there.