Located at 2029 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC | Kalorama

One of Washington’s most distinguished Beaux Arts buildings, 2029 Connecticut, is home to just 26 spacious residences spread out over seven floors. Built in 1916, the grand structure with its exquisite terra cotta detailing was designed by Hunter & Bell and was known as the Bates Warren Apartment House until 1977 when it was converted to condominium use. Located in the affluent Kalorama neighborhood, the building’s supersized units rarely come up for sale, and receive much interest when they do.

Residences at 2029 Connecticut range in size from approximately 1,185 to over 5,000 square feet, with anywhere from two to seven bedrooms. Many of the units have been substantially renovated and remodeled over the years, but original architectural details are routinely preserved, such as gorgeous hardwood floors with inlaid patterns, intricate plaster moldings, built-ins, millwork, and fireplaces. Bonus spaces such as libraries, dens, and former servant quarters can be ideal as work from homes spaces in today’s modern era.

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Once home to dignitaries like President William Taft, 2029 Connecticut has a circular front drive, a classic portico entrance, and a huge marble lobby with soaring ceilings. The condominium apartments also reflect the ethos of an elegant lifestyle, with gallery entrances, formal dining rooms, large kitchens, and often, breakfast rooms and butlers pantries. Lovely bathrooms with tile floors, marble accents, and deep soaking tubs have often been updated while retaining the original gracious charm. Residents enjoy a fully staffed front desk, doorman, and concierge service, as well as a nicely equipped fitness center, a catering kitchen, assigned parking, extra storage, and a rooftop deck with wooden flooring that offers highly impressive cityscape views.

Eponymously named for its street address, 2029 Connecticut is fronted by shade trees in the heart of Kalorama, with numerous other impressive buildings nearby. It’s a lovely place to stroll and an ideal location between neighboring communities Adams Morgan to the north and Dupont Circle to the south. Popular Mitchell Park with its summer movie nights is just a few blocks away. Other historic residential buildings in the area include the 2101 Connecticut Avenue coop next-door, as well as The Carthage, and The Dresden condominiums. Kalorama has long been associated with upper tier pollical figures and captains of industry, including the Obamas post presidency, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffet. Homes range from regal condo and cooperative buildings to standalone mansions. There are also numerous embassies in the neighborhood.

To learn more about condos for sale at 2029 Connecticut, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Has 2029 Connecticut always been known by its street address?

A: No. Originally built in 1916 as the Bates Warren Apartment House, the building converted to its present name and condominium status in 1977.

Q: Is 2029 Connecticut a pet friendly building?

A: Yes, pets are allowed and there are grassy places to walk your dog, including nearby Mitchell Park.

Q: How far is it from 2029 Connecticut to downtown Washington, DC?

A: It is a little over a mile, driving south along Connecticut Avenue.

Q: Are there restaurants in the area?

A: While Kalorama itself doesn’t have many commercial businesses, there are a great many restaurants within easy walking distance in neighboring Dupont Circle, and Adams Morgan.

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