Designed by Albert H. Beers and constructed by Harry Wardman in 1909, The Dresden defines the Golden Age of early 20th century Washington, DC architecture. The property is a Kalorama landmark located on the prestigious Connecticut Avenue corridor, and showcases an impressive curved Georgian revival brick and stone façade. Featured in James M. Goode’s Best Addresses, this distinguished condominium offers residents a refined lifestyle and every convenience.
Residence 52 boasts the finest layout and exposure in The Dresden. Featuring a nearly 50’ expanse of windows with architectural and Rock Creek Park vistas, the 2,180 square feet condominium combines ample entertaining spaces with unsurpassed historic detailing. As one example, the original inlaid hardwood flooring has been restored while the property also offers every modern amenity. Refinements, such as built-ins designed by Christian Zapatka were realized during a full renovation. The present owners expanded the kitchen, reconfigured and modernized bathrooms, and added both a powder room and a study. They updated mechanicals including the electrical and the A/V to include a CAT6 network with room by room wired ethernet connections. This sophisticated condominium exceeds all expectations for style, comfort and convenience and invites your consideration.