One of the largest homes in Mount Rainier with classic charm, sun-filled w/ luxurious details, 3 fully finished levels, 2 master bedrooms, gourmet kitchen, quartz countertops, 42" cabinets, SS appliances. You will love the modern open floor plan, 9ft ceilings, wrap around front porch, leveled yard making this one truly special.
This lovely 3 bedroom Craftsmen home embodies the ultimate Mount Rainer charm! With front and back porches, new hardwood flooring,new amazing top-of -the-line kitchen renovations, new windows, spacious bedrooms, amazingly renovated 2 full bathrooms,fully renovated 3rd level,large fenced yard,off street parking. Less then 1 mile from metro services, 5 star restaurants, amazing location. This home has it all!
Lovely bungalow, freshly painted, hardwood floors, great yard, Super location, walk to shops and transportation. 2 large bedrooms main level with sitting room, full bath, nice kitchen. Upper level with large bedroom, full bath, and huge walk-in closet.Lower level unfinished but great storage. New roof, new windows, new furnace. Close to West Hyattsville Metro and Rhode Island Ave Metro
Completely remodeled 2 level detached home in heart of Mt Rainier. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, hardwood floors throughout, off street parking, and large yard. Open gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances. Fully finished basement to entertain guests. Center of vibrant arts district, minutes from DC, Costco and shops/restaurants.
The storefront on 34th Street is on one of the main commercial streets in Mt. Rainier, MD. This neighborhood is experiencing a palpable renaissance because of the residential and commercial development in the contiguous Brookland/Catholic University axes. It offers a full basement.
Located in the heart of the Historic District and across from Mt Rainier 31st St Park, this renovated rambler has refinished hardwood floors, built in bookcase, kitchen with new/recent stainless appliances, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacious rec room (or use as in-law suite), screened front porch, large finished shed, fenced leveled yard, off st parking; new compressor.
Ignore DOM, best deal in Mt. Rainier for a newly remodeled house! Master br. in upper level with own ac/heat unit, all new ceramic baths, main level open floor plan, all new kitchen with granite counters, new appliances, laminated floors for easy cleaning. Finished lower level with laundry room, recreation area. Front porch. New gas furnace & a/c. Fenced rear yard. Off street parking. All within minutes of metro stop, restaurants & the
And Now for Something Completely Different!Located in the heart of the City a short stroll from Glut, Joe's Movement Emporium, and the Arts District, this is one of the oldest buildings on 34th Street, being erected in 1903 as the first Chapel of the Mt. Rainier Christian Church and known as "The 34th Street Chapel". The 12 foot high ceilings of this home betray its origins but it all blends into a comfortable home with an interesting
Charming Colonial in the heart of Historic Mt. Rainier. This ~Mt. Rainier Yard of Year~ recipient boasts a large, private, wooded yard with deck and quaint front porch. Only 1 mile from the Metro station means an easy commute to downtown Washington DC, Regan National and BWI Airports. Conveniently located near Whole Foods, dining, arts and entertainment. Offering four bedrooms total, with two-of the upper level bedrooms featuring sitting
A rare find on the best street in Mount Rainier. Partially restored Arts & Crafts style home in need of your finishing touches. New Roof, Furnace and inlaw suite. A gardener's paradise with room for entertaining, gardening & relaxing. Property is being sold "As Is" Great for a person with vision and are looking to pour some sweat equity into their home. Accessory dwelling fully functional.
4 story Victorian in Mt. Rainier. Located on 31st St this home features large open main level with table space kitchen, granite counters, hardwood and ceramic flooring, tons of natural light, 3 bedrooms including master suite with 4 piece bath, finished attic with additional full bath. The private back yard is fully fenced, and a front porch. The home also offers off street parking and is located close to schools, shopping, recreation areas,
Though population and popularity had declined by the 1970’s, the 1980’s saw a rebirth of the neighborhood as homebuyers recognized in Mount Rainier the same values it promised in its early days. The city is now part of the Gateway Arts District which offers housing incentives to artists hoping to live and work there, and utilizes the Art Lives Here program. Residents can take advantage of local haunts such as the Glut Health Food Co-op and Joe’s Movement Emporium, and the Mount Rainier Nature & Recreation Center.
Mount Rainier History & Housing
Mount Rainier sits primarily on what was the farm of Thomas Clemson, for whom the University in South Carolina is named. Planning and development began in the late 19th century when passenger train service began to be extended beyond the District of Columbia, in this case, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. In 1910, after a dramatic 2,000% population increase in less than a decade, Mount Rainier was incorporated as a town in Maryland. Citizens began immediately to take advantage of this new status and began improvements immediately and by 1945, Mount Rainier had applied for and gained status as a city. Built in the 1930’s, what appears today to be a circular city center, was originally a loop that allowed streetcars to turn around.
This town, which locals say is named for the volcano that presides over the state of Washington because the early developers hailed from the Pacific Northwest, is more likely so named because neighboring Takoma Park takes its name from the American Indian name for Mount Rainier. In either case is fittingly hilly. With elevations ranging from 20 to 150 feet above sea level Mount Rainier has long provided views of DC and relief from its often stifling heat, attracting residents who crave the provisions of the city and the ease of rural life.
Today, the rural is nearly gone, but the ease remains. Housing options reflect this, including single-family homes on beautiful tree-lined streets: bungalows, cottages, foursquares, Queen Annes, farmhouses, and mail-order houses by Sears, Roebuck & Co. An impressive twelve of these remain, showcasing eight different designs. Nearly all housing in Mount Rainier arise one- to two-story, save for a few modest apartment complexes built in the 1940’s; two of which were built with their own shopping centers.
Mount Rainier Transportation & Location
Mount Rainier has no Metrorail station, but is serviced by multiple bus lines and Rhode Island Ave provides quick access into the District, cutting through the up-and-coming Brookland neighborhood on its way to the Rhode Island Ave-Brentwood Metro Station on the Red Line.
Mount Rainier is bounded by Queens Chapel Rd to the northwest, Eastern Ave to the southwest, and 34th St to the east.
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