Much of the city’s charm, style, and old-world aesthetic is exemplified in its many cooperative apartment buildings. The Chastleton is one of Washington DC’s most prominent historic residential structures and is featured in James Goode’s Best Addresses: A Century of Washington’s Distinguished Apartment Houses. The ornate Gothic-Revival design features elaborately carved limestone and glazed terra-cotta details.
The Chastleton was built as a hotel in 1919 and eventually rented as apartments. It closed in early 1984 to be remodeled and was converted into coops in 2008. This particular residence is a gleaming turn-key studio with brand new flooring, freshly painted walls, a full walk-in closet, new fixtures in kitchen and bath, new HVAC (2019), custom blackout shades (2018), and new appliances. Imagine coming home to this beautiful home in the heart of DC. Minutes to Dupont, U-Street, Logan Circle & all of the amenities of 14th Street. Indulge in the panoramic rooftop views, full-size gym, 24 hours secured lobby, and vibrant courtyards.