Welcome to 2101 Connecticut Avenue, Washington's renowned premier cooperative, designed by Joseph Abel and George Santmyers in 1927. Opened as a high-end rental by BF Saul in 1928, it was converted to owned co-operative apartments in 1976. This pre-war Beaux Arts, 3-4BR/3BA Park Ave-style apartment is perfectly designed. From the gracious foyer and through the large gallery (a defining feature of 2101), the home divides into public and private wings. The private bedroom wing includes three bedrooms and two full baths; one bedroom is currently used as a den. From the gallery, facing east, is the grand piano-sized living room (with decorative-only fireplace mantel) which connects to the sun room. A large dining room opens to the sun room, gallery and kitchen. The renovated, eat-in kitchen is partially open to the adjoining butler's pantry which has its own sink and washer/dryer below the counter. It boasts custom off-white cabinets and light stone counters. Adjoining the kitchen is a den/office, which could be used as a 4th bedroom if desired, as there is an additional full bath in the hall. This beautiful apartment has windows on three sides, and is full of morning light. There are four roof terraces at 2101, including two covered gazebos, all enjoying sweeping views of the city. In season residents may use the two gas grills and herb gardens. Nice fitness center on lobby level. Parking and storage spaces convey.