Sunny Art Deco Penthouse Studio in quiet Kalorama neighborhood! Located in a charming residential neighborhood overlooking Rock Creek Park and the majestic Connecticut Avenue bridge. This is a spacious and light-filled studio with panoramic views of the park. The large main room is easily used as a bedroom and/or living room with a fully separate kitchen and dining room connected by an arched open doorway. The elegant dining room features beautiful glass-door shelves and tons of sunlight. A perfect place for entertaining guests or reading on a quiet Sunday off! The galley kitchen is quite large for a studio apt and features a fantastic full gas stove. The bright tiled bathroom enjoys treetop views and a luxuriously large bathtub. Just off of the bedroom is a gigantic walk-in closet with full double doors. Additional storage is available through the building for an extra $15 a month. Free bike storage is available off the lobby and residents enjoy 24 hour use of a renovated laundry room. A giant rooftop patio is currently in construction and should be available in the coming year.MORE ABOUT THE BUILDING: The Valley Vista is an art deco-style condo building located on Belmont Road between Connecticut Avenue and Waterside Drive in Kalorama. Delivered in 1928, the 6-story building is one of Kalorama s largest condo developments with 169 residences and one of the few art deco buildings in the neighborhood. The complex renovated common areas in 2007. Residents enjoy hardwood floors as well as views of the Rock Creek Park and National Cathedral. Building amenities include a front desk and onsite manager. Valley Vista is within walking distance of the Woodley Park Metro Station.
A passionate political operative, strategist, and creative technology disruptor, Shira brings over 15 years of work in politics, social change, and fundraising to her current role as Co-Founder of Maiden, a company devoted to building a more intelligent economy by launching the first industry-backed lab for universal blockchain education and research. Shira holds a degree in Government and Political Theory from Smith College. She hails from the Redwood Coast of Arcata, CA and after spending eight years in our nation’s capital, she recently found her heart back in the wild west. As a Transfeminist, she believes that transcending gender binaries is at the core of all transformational social change.