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The historic Chinese Embassy, located at 2001 19th Street, NW, on the corner of 19th and Vernon Streets in Adams Morgan, was originally built in 1902 by noted architect, Waddy Wood.  Today, the 3-story building has been repurposed as 13 architecturally significant condos ranging from 977 – 2,314 sf.  The properties are spacious with wood-burning fireplaces, limestone trim, grand entries and other details reminiscent of the original structure.  All condos include either garden level terraces or private roof decks.  Parking is assigned and select units include their own private entrance.  Cats are welcome at the Chinese Embassy.

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Chinese Embassy Recently Sold Condos June 5, 2023
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