This is it. The final residence at one of DC’s most distinguished addresses.
The historic Wardman Tower—built in 1928 by prolific developer Harry Wardman—was once home to some of the city’s most famous figures during the 20th century, including three presidents. Today, it has been reimagined into 32 of the city’s most luxurious condos. The last remaining home, Residence 7D, is a full wing with exposure on three sides and spans nearly 4,700 square feet. This breathtaking space is fit for entertaining, thoughtfully designed to allow an easy flow between the various living and dining spaces.
This is the last opportunity to buy a Wardman Tower home under the original purchaser terms, which include a two-year interior builder warranty; Residence 7D is now selling for $3,500,000.
The expansive two-bedroom home is located on the seventh floor and boasts panoramic views of the city and beyond. There are three full baths, a powder room, study with gas fireplace, dining room, eat-in-kitchen and den, which could be converted into a third bedroom. The interiors at Wardman Tower were completely remodeled and redesigned by New York architecture firm Deborah Berke Partners, known for creating distinctive spaces with lasting character. 7D combines the traditional aspects of the building’s exterior with Parisian design elements and contemporary functionality.
Like all of the residences at Wardman Tower, 7D opens to a grand entrance gallery. With no detail spared, finishes include wide-plank hardwood flooring, solid-wood doors, custom Henrybuilt cabinetry, Danby marble walls and custom Watermark plumbing fixtures in the bathrooms, and PentalQuartz kitchen countertops. The primary suite features dual master bathrooms, a soaking tub with jaw-dropping city views, private dressing areas and walk-in closets.
Wardman Tower offers residents a full suite of high-end amenities. In addition to a doorman and a 24-hour front desk with white glove service, this pet-friendly building has a well-appointed fitness room with a Pilates machine, and two clubrooms. Each residence comes with two parking spaces, and there are over three acres of landscaped grounds by Michael Vergason Landscape Architects.
Wardman Tower is located at 2660 Connecticut Avenue NW, close to the Kennedy Center and Rock Creek Parkway, and offering easy access to Ronald Reagan National Airport. Residents can also take a quick car or Metro ride to boutiques and restaurants in Chevy Chase, Georgetown, and Dupont Circle.