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The Northumberland

As one of DC’s “Best Addresses,” The Northumberland at Dupont Circle is distinguished by its Beaux Arts façade and grand lobby. Originally built in 1909, the building has been exquisitely repurposed as a 7-story boutique condo development offering 67 residences.  The apartments range from 500 – 1,919 sf, with all retaining distinctive traces of their original grandeur, including grand entry ways, parquet floors, soaring ceilings, and carefully crafted moldings.  Varying floor plans from an efficiency to 3-bedroom layouts accommodate different lifestyles.  An expansive rooftop deck with views of the monuments completes the picture. Residents also enjoy a concierge and access to rental suites for guests and family.  The Northumberland is a cats-only building and located at 2039 New Hampshire Avenue, NW.

The Northumberland Co-ops For Sale

Northumberland Cooperatives For Sale October 27, 2020
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Recently Sold Co-ops At The Northumberland

Recently Sold Northumberland Cooperatives October 27, 2020
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