One of a kind home with stunning features. Currently a Bed and Breakfast with grand residential appeal. Main house has 6BR/6.5BA on 3 levels plus large lower level. Fully equipped carriage house with 3BR/3.5BA on 3 floors. PKG for 4+ cars. Situated in historic Mt Vernon Square. Blocks to Metro & City Vista with retail, dining and entertainment.
Meticulously renovated townhouse in Shaw/Logan. Perfect blend of modern amenities and period details. Restored mouldings, banister, wood floors and hardware. Gourmet kitchen, luxury spa bathrooms, hydronic heated floors and full basement in law suite. Large rear garden with plans for off street parking if desired. Approx 4,000 sq ft. In the heart of downtown DC's hottest neighborhood!
Fabulous Shaw/Logan Location and Lots of potential in this property; currently configured as a 3 unit. Unit 1 (main house) is 4BR /2.5BA. Unit 2 is 2BR/1BA, Unit 3 is 1BR/2BA . Property need work but possibilities are endless!
This listing is for two separate properties Tax ID 0337//0809 and 0810. These are two townhouses zoned MU4 (Mixed Use). They are subject to historic district regulation. Great opportunity with Logan Circle visible right from the front. Parking included. This is a great opportunity. Seller conducting 1031 exchange.
Location, Location! This Rare 4 level, 5 bedroom home is the perfect renovation opportunity. Conveniently located just walking distance to 2 metros,restaurants,U St and downtown DC. Fix up for personal use or update for rental units and still have equity remaining. This home offers endless possibilities. Sold strictly as-is. LA must accompany. By appointment only. No sign on property.
Just written up in Curbed! & OPEN SUN 2-4! Another gorgeous offering by famed Lock7! The Louise #2 is the perfect Logan/Shaw home offering 2-level living, exposed brick, oak flooring, custom Pella windows, oversized kitchen w/ quartz & custom cabs, sumptuous spa-like baths, good closets, PRIVATE ROOFDECK, secured PKG & more in low-fee/pet-friendly bldg on quiet one-way block steps to DC's BEST!
Shaw's dining and shopping options have increased immensely in the last few years, and are expected to continue to grow. The very east end of the U Street Corridor forms the northwest boundary of the neighborhood, and this is where most of the commercial activity is located. Both residents and business owners here take quite a bit of pride in their local community and there are some great spots to grab a truly authentic meal; we recommend Zenebech Injera for very affordable and delicious Ethiopian food. In fact, 9th Street NW between T and U Streets NW (two blocks west of Shaw) has become the unofficial “Little Ethiopia” of DC. Also new to Shaw is CityMarket, which provides a hotel, residential units, parking, and the largest supermarket in the District. There are two recreation centers around the neighborhood, including Shaw and the recently renovated Kennedy.
Shaw Property Values
Shaw is currently in the process of a great renaissance. Like its neighbor LeDroit Park, the area was hit hard in the second half of the 20th Century by several issues. However, since the turn of this century, a great deal of vacant real estate has been renovated and restored. Affordable housing prices, closeness to amenities and public transportation, and the area’s distinctly residential feel are drawing people back to Shaw in great numbers. Shaw real estate consists of single-family Victorian row houses and condominium conversions.
The neighborhood derives its name from Colonel Robert Gould Shaw, the commander of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War. It had its beginnings as a freed slave encampment on the outskirts of Washington City in the late 19th Century. The neighborhood then played a major role in the Harlem Renaissance of the early 20th Century. Duke Ellington, the legendary jazz pianist, once called Shaw home. The neighborhood is a heritage tourism hotspot, and includes the renovated Howard Theater, public art murals, and the adjacent Howard University.
Shaw Transit & Location
There are two Metro stops on the yellow/green line that serve the Shaw neighborhood: Shaw-Howard University and Mount Vernon Square-7th Street-Convention Center. There are several bus lines that run through the neighborhood as well. The neighborhood is very walkable, and both Logan Circle and the Penn Quarter are less than a 15-minute stroll away. Rhode Island Ave NW and Georgia Ave NW/7th St NW provide good thoroughfares into downtown DC or out of the city and into Maryland. Interstate 395 begins at the south end of Shaw, and leads either out to Virginia or to the Anacostia Freeway (DC Route 295) via I-695.
The Shaw neighborhood is located in Northwest DC, and its unofficial boundaries are S St NW, 9th St NW, and Florida Ave NW to the north, New Jersey Ave NW to the east, New York Ave NW and Massachusetts Ave NW to the south, and 11th St NW to the west.
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Listing information last updated on August 18th, 2017 at 10:21am EDT.