Designed by Taylor Deering, this condo proves that aesthetics are everything to buyers.
Designer Taylor Deering’s bold, captivating looks pervade every inch of this Georgetown condo.
When thinking of modern interior architecture, many dream of designs that are simple and clean with an abundance of glass and natural light. It’s rare, however, to actually stumble upon a condo that successfully incorporates contemporary style in a chic yet comfortable manner. But a new Northwest condo embodies each of these elements and more. Located in Georgetown, the home just sold for $1,500 per square foot ($3.35 million selling price), breaking the record for the most expensive two-level duplex ever sold in the District.
The owner’s suite boasts outstanding views of historic Georgetown.
“You have it all here—history, architecture, canals, bridges, cobblestone streets and the Potomac River,” says the property’s listing agent, Chris Itteilag (chrisitteilag.com) of Washington Fine Properties. “There are romantic nooks and crannies galore, where you can stroll and find a variety of world-class restaurants and shopping.”
The kitchen is perfect for entertaining
Upon entering the property, guests are immediately met with extraordinary detail from floor to ceiling, painstakingly designed by Taylor Deering, the owner of design company Spaced Out (spacedout.design). With prominent Los Angeles and DC clientele dotting her résumé, Deering’s work is famous for its high-end artistry.
The entrance of the condo opens into a polished living room, complete with a hidden automated Sony (sony.com) short throw laser projector. Adjacent to this space, Deering created a stylish dining area and full Poggenpohl (poggenpohl.com) kitchen with Wolf (subzero-wolf.com) appliances and automated cabinet doors. The second-floor owner’s suite holds a study area, walk-in closet and en suite bathroom adorned with Hermès (hermes.com) wallpaper. Down the hall, the home boasts a second bedroom, den and full bathroom. “Taylor’s designs are rare for DC,” says Itteilag. “They’re exquisite and ultra-luxe. This home really is a masterpiece that took years to complete. The record-setting price truly solidifies it as a monument to interior design and architecture.”