Butterfield House Luxury Condominium

Located at 1020 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003 | Capitol Hill

To the casual observer, Butterfield House might look like a red brick church from days gone by. In truth, it’s a more recently built boutique condominium with just 28 luxury residences. The angular six-story building with its arched windows and gable roof was built in 2008 with a shape that comports to the sharp triangle where Pennsylvania Avenue and 11th Street SE come together. Located on Capitol Hill, the award-winning 50,000 square foot building was designed by SGA and inspired by 19th century British Gothic Revival architect William Butterfield, hence the condominium’s name.

There is a wide array of floorplans for a building with only 28 units. Condos range from one to three bedrooms, and from 488 to 1963 square feet in size. If the exterior fits in well with neighboring rowhouses and other historic relics, the interiors tell a different story with modern, open layouts, gleaming hardwood floors, exceptionally wide windows, and gourmet kitchens featuring stone counters, custom cabinetry, and stainless steel Jenn-Aire appliances. Many of the units have interesting room shapes including bays, that comport to the building’s shape. Some but not all of the condos at Butterfield House have private outdoor spaces.

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Located in the District’s largest residential neighborhood as well as one of its oldest, Butterfield House offers a distinct sense of charm. The building doesn’t occupy a particularly large footprint due to the oddly shaped parcel of land that it occupies. The developers and architect solved that issue nicely by building a relatively narrow structure with six floors and only a handful of units at each level. The pet-friendly condominium building offers a video/intercom entry, secure garage parking, extra storage, and a stellar roof deck with lovely cityscape views. Other notable condominiums on Capitol Hill include Landmark Lofts, and Bryan School Lofts.

Butterfield House is located on Pennsylvania Avenue, allowing a quick, straight-line journey to the U.S. Capitol building, just one mile away. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants within easy strolling distance, including Ambar Capitol Hill, Mr. Henry’s, Paraiso, Peri Peri, and Little Pearl among others. Also in the neighborhood is the historic Eastern Market, a Trader Joe’s, Yes! Organic Market, Whole Foods, and more coffee shops than can be easily counted. The Eastern Market Metro station is about four blocks away, along with a Capitol Bikeshare.

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

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Butterfield House condominium, DC FAQs

Q: Is Butterfield House an old building?

A: No. The design for the boutique condominium was inspired by the Gothic Revival style but it was built in 2008.

Q: Are there any bakeries or coffee shops in the neighborhood?

A: Yes, there are quite a few within walking distance including Starbucks, Hyper Café, Dunkin’ Donuts, Café Paraiso, Le Pain Quotidien, and 7th Hill Café.

Q: Is Butterfield House pet-friendly?

A: Yes, it is. There are several nearby pocket parks and grassy areas where you can walk your dog, as well as the larger Playground at 9th and Penn just a couple blocks away.

Q: Is there a Metro station within walking distance?

A: The Eastern Market Metro is about three-tenths of a mile away.

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