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Beasley RE Offers Dupont Pied-A-Terre

September 29, 2013

If it’s a pied-a-terre you’re looking for, consider Beasley Real Estate’s new listing near Dupont Circle.

The fully renovated studio condominium is move-in ready and offers an in-city lifestyle.

The Webster House (Photo by: Beasley RE) The Webster House
The property, just 1.5 blocks from Dupont Circle and near a metro, underwent a complete renovation this year and offers open, full sized living spaces and generous storage.  Flooded with natural light and direct green views of the private courtyard, this residence also affords a quiet respite from the bustling city.

It  features include new custom window screens, new wood floors throughout, new lighting fixtures, a new open kitchen layout with dedicated breakfast/dining area, new ceiling-height kitchen cabinets, new granite counters and tile floors. 

There’s a full bath renovation with marble in bath/shower walls and floors,

New, modern kitchen (Photo by: Beasley RE) New, modern kitchen
The property is located at The Webster House, 1718 P Street Northwest, which  also just underwent a complete renovation.  

Amenities include front desk security, guest and package delivery assistance, resident-only private courtyard, a rooftop pool and deck with sweeping city views.  There is secure bike storage.

Renovated building lobby (Photo by: Beasley RE) Renovated building lobby
The listing price is $314,999.  The estimated monthly condo fee $429.91 includes all utilities. Cable service not included.

The property is being offered by Nelson Marban, who recently joined Beasley Real Estate.

“Nelson is someone I have known and respected for many years,” said Jim Bell, founder and managing partner.   “Beasley is thrilled and honored to have someone of his reputation and skill on the team.

“He is one of Washington’s top producers and will be an excellent mentor for our associates.”

Marban, formerly of Washington Fine Properties, is licensed in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.

For more information, contact Marban at 202-870-6899.





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Best Buddies Car Wash at Fairmont Hotel September 26

September 15, 2013

On Thursday, September 26th, colleagues of The Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown will be holding an exterior car wash in the alley behind the hotel from 11:00 am. – 2:00 pm.  There is no charge, although donations will be taken for Best Buddies* that supports individuals with intellectual disabilities.

Fairmont colleagues lead by Mark S. Andrew, regional vice president and general manager, will use organic car and window cleaners to wash the exterior of the cars.  Vehicles may enter the alley on the side of Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown on 24th Street, N.W.

*The mission of Best Buddies is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).   Founded in 1989 by Anthony K. Shriver, Best Buddies is a vibrant, international organization that has grown from one original chapter to almost 1,500 middle school, high school, and college chapters worldwide. Best Buddies programs engage participants in each of the 50 United States, and in 50 countries around the world.

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The Frye Company Opens in Georgetown

September 12, 2013

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)

Made for walking, Frye boots are now available in Georgetown. If you can't make it in this weekend, here's a sneak  peek of what The Frye Company has to offer. Remember Papa Razzi's staircase? Now it's filled with light and leather.

Michael Petry, creative director for the company told The Georgetown Dish, "The first thing consumers will notice as soon as they walk through the door, is that we are more than just boots, we're a lifestyle brand … we have boots, bags, ballets flats, men's sneakers … so the brand has evolved over the last 150 years to be what we are today, premium leather goods makers."

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)

Petry went on to explain, "The collection caters to the individual. Our store managers always know that when someone walks through the door of one of our store, they have something for everyone there, no matter where they're from."

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)
Excited to be in Georgetown, Petry reminded us that Frye is in the oldest fire house in DC. In fact, the building was constructed the same year as the founding of Frye: 1864.

Welcome to Georgetown, Frye!

The Frye Company is located at 1066 Wisconsin Avenue.

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