Washington,

DC's pre-War Apartments

Washington,

DC's pre-War Apartments

Welcome to

The Dresden Condominium

2311 Connecticut Ave. NW

Washington, DC 

Harry Wardman was a true American success story. An English immigrant as a young man, he became an extremely successful builder in Washington, DC and left an indelible apartment buildings. One of his most impressive achievements was the construction of the Dresden Apartments which he completed early in his career in 1909.The Dresden occupies a commanding site at the edge of the Connecticut Ave. hill where it intersects Kalorama Road. The 7 story building curves regally around the intersection like an imperial coronet.Mr. Wardman a great patron of the art of fine craftsmanship and the apartments of the Dresden are distinguished by large elegant windows, high ceilings with elaborate moldings and intricate inlaid hardwood floors.The apartments are spacious - the smallest being a respectable 875 square feet and the largest over 3000 square feet; most are at least 1500 square feet.  An extravagant roof deck has been added in recent years for the enjoyment of the residents who are still greeted at the entrance by a doorman - a rarity in DC.The Dresden was converted to  condominium ownership in 1974 and remains one of the  premier addresses in Washington, DC.
WC & AN Miller REALTORS
A Long & Foster Company
Bethesda All Points Office
4701 Sangamore Rd.
Bethesda, MD 20816
Office Phone: 301-229-4000
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 James C. Sweeney

Associate-Broker