The newest luxury residence to go up in DC is The Woodley, a residential property in the prestigious Woodley Park area of Washington. The 212-unit building is home to the most expensive apartments in the city, with homes available from $2,712 to $11,286 per month. The apartments range in size from studios to three-bedroom residences and a top-floor penthouse.
One-of-a-kind amenities include catered breakfast, concerts in the garden, book signings, art openings, invite-only parties, afternoon high tea, 24-hour concierge service, a resort-style infinity-edge pool, a wood-paneled library and clubroom, outdoor kitchens with grills for entertaining, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and pet spa.
Residences offer open-floor layouts with walnut hardwood flooring, custom crown molding and nine-foot ceilings. Ranging from 622-square-foot studios to 2,144-square-foot penthouses, each home includes stone countertops, marble fireplaces, private rooftop views and custom European millwork. Artwork lighting outlets are built-in for those looking to display their private collection. The kitchen includes KitchenAid Architect Series appliances, a paneled refrigerator, built-in ovens and cooktops, and raised-panel cabinetry. Outfitted in Travertine stone flooring, the bathrooms include European-style countertops and some feature seamless glass-door stand-in showers.
The Washington Monument, National Cathedral and Rock Creek Park Parkway are visible from each residence. The penthouses have the most scenic views and also offer the best amenity options. Residents can choose to upgrade their homes with wine refrigerators, double-wall ovens and private terraces.
Minutes from Georgetown, Dupont Circle and the downtown area, those who love living in the midst of the action will enjoy The Woodley’s prime location. The Phillips Collection museum, Smithsonian National Zoo and Rock Creek Park are just a short walk away, and foodies will appreciate the close proximity to Cleveland Park and Adams Morgan areas, both known for their culinary delights.