It’s eclectic as it is cool and colorful:
It’s Morton Street Mews.
Built within and around an historic church, and designed by groundbreaking architect William Sidney Pittman, this new and exciting Columbia Heights community is home to 24 two- and three-level units — and maybe soon, you!
The homes here feature the most perfect mix of new, modern aesthetics and old world, revitalized, urban architecture. We’re talking classic brownstone facades and rowhomes with shutters and beautiful bay windows, paired alongside common front doors with Schlage hardware and smartphone capable ‘Ring Video Doorbell’ technology. And that’s all before you even take a step inside.
Inside, life in a Morton Street Mews home means oversized, wide-open spaces; ceilings that soar; wide plank engineered hardwood flooring throughout; hardwood staircases finished just so with white risers and black stained treads; Absolute Black granite counters; under mount stainless steel sinks with disposal; ENERGY STAR appliances; smartphone capable, wireless, security systems each with 2–3 keypads; and so much more.
We could just go on and on and on, but really you ought to come see for yourself.
Morton Street Mews is effortlessly walkable, conveniently located between the Columbia Heights and Petworth Metro stations, and just a block from the neighborhood shops and restaurants lining 11th Street.
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