A penthouse converted from a rowhouse at 1906 Biltmore St. NW in D.C.’s Kalorama is listing for $1.499 million. (Marlon Crutchfield)

The Kalorama neighborhood of Northwest Washington has been in the news in recent months as the new home of former president Barack Obama and his family as well as their neighbors, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. While those families have opted for single-family houses, the two condos at 1906 Biltmore St. NW, converted from a rowhouse, are designed for downsizing buyers or for families who want to move into one of the city’s most elite neighborhoods.

The first unit, priced at $1.399 million, is already under contract, but the penthouse unit, priced at $1.499 million, is still available. This two-level penthouse has 1,650 square feet with three bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Embracing the trend for indoor-outdoor living, this condo has an open dining area with skylights and a wall of accordion-style glass that can be completely opened to a terrace. The condo has hardwood flooring, a master bedroom set into a turret, smart-home features and a sleek gray-and-white kitchen with upgraded stainless-steel appliances, including a wine refrigerator.

For information, click here or contact D’Ann Lanning with Trent and Co. at Compass at 951-315-6534.

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