A Modern DC Masterpiece – How a Philanthropist and Art Collector made a City Condo a Home.
Built as an addition to the iconic Blaine mansion of Dupont Circle, 2002 Massachusetts Avenue expertly blends urban convenience and suburban space.
At over 5,400 SF, this two-story condo offers all the best amenities, from numerous balconies with city views, to three garage parking spaces and a private elevator. This expansive four bedroom, four and a half bath unit is truly a home in the city.
Designed for and owned by the late Peggy Cooper Cafritz, philanthropist and avid art collector, this home required space for hanging her expansive collection, but needed to maintain a sense of connectivity to the city. The clean lines of the open floor plan alongside brilliant natural light from the floor to ceiling windows allow this home to come to life and offer a blank canvas for future residents. Conveniently, storage is hidden throughout the home within the walls, maintaining the pristine simplicity of the space.
The layout and luxury of the master suite is a rarity in downtown condos. A private balcony overlooks DC’s infamous Dupont Circle, the master bath hosts a spacious shower, soaking tub and built-ins, and the dressing room is larger than that of many suburban homes in the area.
With a location in the heart of the nation’s capital, this condo offers convenience to shops, restaurants, work and nightlife right outside your front door. And just a block from the Metro, it offers easy access to the entire metropolitan DC area.
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