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The Duncan

A former mansion built in 1906 by prominent architects Hornblower and Marshall, The Duncan has been beautifully repurposed as a 5-story boutique condo building.  Located at 1701 18th Street, NW, on the corner of 18th and R in Dupont Circle, the Duncan offers just nine spacious units ranging from 1,019 – 2,435 sf with no two layouts alike.  Apartments come in one and two-floor configurations with oversize windows and 13’ ceilings for an abundance of natural light.  Other touches include Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring, spa-like marble baths, and wood burning fireplaces. Penthouse units include their own private roof terraces.  The Duncan is just three blocks away from the Red Line Metro and is a pet-friendly building.

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Recently Sold Condos At The Duncan

The Duncan Recently Sold Condos December 4, 2020
1
Listed
36
Avg. DOM
$882.72
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,400,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
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