I love the curve of the Dresden located at 2126 Connecticut Ave., NW.
From their Website:
Built in 1909 by Harry Wardman, the Georgian Revival-style Dresden deserves its coveted place among Washington’s “Best Addresses”. Converted in 1974 from rental apartments to condos, the building currently features 62 apartments of varied size with exquisite architectural details and a community of distinguished residents. Located in Northwest Washington, DC close to the Woodley Park Metro stop with its beautifully curved facade facing Connecticut Avenue and Kalorama Road, the Dresden offers a unique landmark in the area. The interior common areas boast original marble wainscoting, tile floors with Greek-key borders and wide public halls. Apartment interiors feature elaborate parquet floors and intricate plaster moldings. The rooftop garden, lovingly cared for by a resident grounds committee, offers a beautiful oasis from the bluster of city life.
Thanks to Laura for sending from 18th and L Street, NW:
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