In 1874, Anton Heitmuller -- a real estate agent who doubled as a small business owner -- subdivided some land he owned into seven lots to be sold. That land, nestled on stately Vermont Avenue, was then constructed as a series of houses that today stand as quintessential examples of 19th-century domestic architecture.
In its heyday, Logan Circle was a fashionable address, the home of prominent businessmen and leaders, with the block Heitmuller divided at the epicenter of the action. The echoes of the lives led within each home’s walls resound still today, with new developments mindfully constructed to appeal to an upscale clientele while embracing the traditions that have come before.
There’s perhaps no better example of the convergence of history and modern luxury than The Gaslight District, seven meticulously curated residences that date back to 1874, with five set in a storied Victorian row home and two additional carriage houses crafted from the property’s original stables. Today, the residences have been reimagined as an impressive collection of homes with timeless design, expert craftsmanship, and incomparable period details. This exclusive offering features bespoke finishes at every turn -- from herringbone hardwood floors, to handcrafted millwork, soaring fifteen foot ceilings, grand living rooms, early 20th century white marble restored fireplaces, designer kitchens, and exceptional architectural interiors that frame the prestigious views of stately Vermont Avenue.
While secure, off-street parking is available, you can easily experience the vibrancy and convenience of effortless downtown living right from your doorstep. Just moments from a multitude of parks and green spaces, as well as the most sought-after shopping, fine dining, and social establishments around, these premier Logan Circle residences are without a doubt the can't-miss opportunity of the year.