Address: 2050 Jamieson Ave #1004
Neighborhood: The Jamieson
Type: 1 BR, 1 BA condo — 785 sq. ft.
Noteworthy: Live the good life at the Jamieson where comfort and convenience intertwine!
Fantastic views showcase the Masonic Temple, Washington Monument, and The U.S. Capitol. An airy design makes this charming one-bed, one-bath condo the epitome of perfection!
Sunlight enhances every room of this unit and flows in through floor-to-ceiling windows. The sleek kitchen boasts contemporary cabinets and pulls, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a built-in microwave, a breakfast bar, a gas range, and new garbage disposal. An open living room offers a comfortable space to relax every day or enjoy with guests. The spacious bedroom with plush carpet, and the hallway leads to a large bathroom. Washer and dryer in unit.
Unit #1004 conveniently comes with a private storage unit (located on the same level), and an assigned parking space (on P1, #11) in the building’s secured underground garage.
Located in the desirable Carlyle neighborhood of Old Town, the residents of The Jamieson enjoy not only the amenities their building provides (rooftop terrace/concierge services) but those offered by The Westin, a premier luxury hotel; valet parking, electric car plug-ins; even housekeeping/room service/and a fitness center are available for an extra fee. Pets allowed (2 pet limit/cats and dogs are okay).
Close to more than you can imagine; Whole Foods, Wegmans, award-winning dining, great boutique or mainstream shopping available, infinite community/surrounding area events, AMC Theaters, access to major roadways, and easy travel opportunities via Amtrak, Reagan National Airport, Metro (King Street — Blue/Yellow lines), and the VRE. Easy commute to USPTO, U.S. District Court, and more.
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