- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 25, 2004

For some, no luxury could be greater than living centered between Georgetown and Dupont Circle, two of Northwest Washington’s liveliest neighborhoods.

Buyers at Dumbarton Place, a new condominium developed by Monument Realty between O and P streets and 22nd and 23rd streets NW, will be able to walk to shops, restaurants, art galleries and museums.

Residents of Dumbarton Place will be content to stay at home on occasion, too, because their building will provide a fitness center, a community lounge for condominium association meetings and social functions, and a rooftop terrace overlooking Rock Creek Park with views of the National Cathedral.

In pleasant weather, the terrace will provide an outstanding location for parties, with its entertainment center including outdoor grilling facilities and a refrigerator. A daytime concierge can also provide services to residents.

On a practical note, the building has 24-hour security cameras, individual storage units and a security-controlled parking garage with direct elevator access to all residential floors.

One parking space is included in the price of each one-bedroom home on the first floor, with two parking spaces included in the prices of all other units.

One-bedroom homes are base-priced from $515,000, two bedroom homes from $990,000 and three bedroom homes from $1,800,000.

Balconies or convertible sunrooms are included in the two- and three- bedroom units above the first floor, and all homes have 9-foot-3-inch ceilings.

Other standard features include marble and wood flooring in the foyer, wood flooring in the great rooms and Berber carpet in the bedrooms, which can be upgraded to wood flooring.

The homes include crown moldings in the great room and master bedroom, gas fireplaces in homes on the fourth through sixth floors, and electric fireplaces as options on the second and third floors.

Each unit is wired for high-speed computer dataports, cable and satellite television.

The kitchens include professional-grade stainless-steel appliances, hardwood cabinets, wood floors and granite counters. The master baths include hardwood cabinets, glass showers, marble floors and marble counters, and most also have a tub.

Buyers can customize their homes with an open or closed kitchen, office nooks, extra storage, custom built-ins and different finishes.

The Georgetown model, a two-bedroom home, features a central gallery leading into the great room, which has an adjacent sunroom.

On one side of the gallery is the master suite, which has an office nook; a walk-in closet; a linen closet; and a bath with a corner tub, a shower and two separate vanities.

On the opposite are a powder room; a laundry room; a closet; and the second bedroom, which has a walk-in closet and a private full bath.

The Carlyle model features a central gallery, a library, a formal dining room with a wet bar, a great room, and a sunroom accessible from both the great room and the master suite. The master suite has a sitting area; a private balcony; a double-size walk-in closet; and a bath with a double-sink vanity, a corner tub and a large shower.

This home also includes a second bedroom with a walk-in closet and a private full bath. Other rooms include a walk-in storage closet, a powder room, a laundry room and a kitchen with a pantry.

Visit www.monumentrealty.com/dumbarton, or call 202/659-2121.

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