As you can see, it’s a corner apartment with wall-to-wall windows looking down on Washington from the 9th floor of our building. It’s a studio, but with a full-size kitchen and bathroom – and a great room to which I’ve added a 3-panel, floor-to-ceiling sliding, frosted glass wall to separate the living room and bedroom areas.
Here’s the floor plan. Remember to ignore the furniture that the building architect has drawn into the apartment which is being rented uned. Equally important, the architect’s floor plan doesn’t reflect improvements that I’ve made to the apartment. To see those enhancements – the sliding glass wall, the built-in closets, extra kitchen cabinet and counter and the built-in floor-to-ceiling shelves/cabinets in the entryway – be sure to read the post entitled, “Reasons To Live In A Studio Apartment – And This One In Particular.”
Use the green print button below to print this page. The floor plan will help you follow the interior pictures you’ll see when you press the “The Apartment” button in the menu bar at the top of the screen.
Not showing in the floor plan, of course, is the optional assigned garage parking space and storage bin, subject to availability, if you need one.