Co-op Fee includes all real estate taxes.
Sought-after and rarely available in one of DC's first
apartment buildings, converted to co-op in 1949. Unit 31 is a
pristine 2BD/2BA unit with modern conveniences inside this
fantastic historic facade. Updated and open stainless/granite
kitchen, with a 6 burner range, in-unit washer/dryer, private
balcony, ample closet/storage space, exposed brick,
gleaming hardwood floors and a recently renovated en-suite
owner’s bathroom with rain shower, body jets, heated floors &
The Hawarden has elevator access, bicycle storage, personal
storage units and no underlying mortgage; additionally, the
co-op fees cover property taxes. The Hawarden has a rich
history and was featured in the 2003 book Best Addresses. Built in 1901, the buidling was one of first apartment buildings built in DC and is included in the National Register
of Historic Places. Converted to co-op in 1949, The Hawarden
has been meticulously maintained and much of the historic
character remains both inside the building and without.
Whether you are looking to entertain at home, have a night
out on 14th Street or relax on your private balcony, you've
found your home.
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