Split 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom in hot Shaw neighborhood. Rare find at this price point. Updated kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. High ceilings. Washer Dryer in unit. Spectacular location close to metro, U street, and Howard University. Low condo fee. Tenant and pet-friendly boutique building. Great investment!
Investors here is your opportunity to own a beautiful 2-family home in the heart of highly desirable Columbia Heights! Just blocks to nightlife, amazing eats & all shopping needs. Zoned as 2 units but has the potential for much more. Roof deck potential. House next door was converted to 3 luxury condos--sold for nearly $1.8M. Potential for condos or serious rental income!
ULight filled two level corner unit with soaring ceilings. This 1,325+ sq ft open floor plan includes hardwood floors, tiled baths, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances. Balcony overlooks the courtyard. Garage parking. 5 minute walk to metro. Steps to shops, restaurants, and grocery. Exceptional contemporary living.
Light-filled Crestwood Tudor with a classic layout and modern finishes. Kitchen with stainless appliances and large dining room for entertaining. Crown molding throughout. Wood burning fireplaces and landscaped backyard with a salt water pool. Quiet neighborhood with easy access to Rock Creek Park, but less than 1 block from the 16th St corridor. Detached garage and large fenced in front yard.
3 BR | 2 Full Bath | 2 Half Bath | $379,000 | Park Overlook
Updated modern townhouse within walking distance to metro station. Renovated kitchen includes stainless appliances, granite counters, and tiled backsplash. Spacious master bedroom with attached bath and huge walk-in closet. Brick fireplace in lower level. Rear deck is perfect for relaxing outdoors. Two car parking. Low fee includes huge community pool, yard mowing, and playgrounds.
Washington DC’s Georgetown neighborhood is known primarily for its impeccably preserved connection to the past. You cannot walk down its streets, let alone the C & O Canal, without acknowledging the rich history. It should come as no surprise then that residential space is limited. The neighborhood is comprised primarily of historic homes and vertical construction. If you desire--as so many do--to wake up every day in the District’s oldest and arguably most beautiful neighborhood, you’ll want to have a good look at Georgetown’s condos.
The Georgetown waterfront was dedicated for many years to industry and shipping, and the associated facilities, once obsolete, became prime spots for multi-family dwellings. Some were new builds on the sites of
The iconic piece of Petworth real estate is, without doubt, the brick rowhome. The vast majority of rowhomes in Petworth were built in the first half of the 20th century and have shaped not only the physical life of the neighborhood, but the cultural dynamic of the community as well.
An especially notable aspect of rowhomes in Petworth that you are less likely to find in the stately Victorian rowhomes of Georgetown and Capitol Hill, is the presence of a front porch. Additionally, rowhomes in Petworth were designed with working-class families in mind and smack of egalitarianism. Whereas in other neighborhoods congruent architecture is more likely to be found in short bursts, Petworth rowhomes were planned and built by the block. Decades later,
New retail and dining options are making listings on Georgia Ave NW the hottest to be found in DC’s Petworth neighborhood.
Unsurprisingly, the Georgia Ave-Petworth Metro Station (on the Green and Yellow Lines) is a veritable hub of Petworth activity. Just north of the station stands the 2014-renovated Safeway, Yes! Organic Market, and a slew of shops and eateries including Slim’s Diner, Qualia Coffee, and Upshur Street Books. As you amble farther north, Georgia Ave NW transitions to a convenient pattern: blocks of rowhomes, interspersed every so often with a block of businesses, and so on.
As is the case in all of Petworth, the dominant property style among listings on Georgia Ave NW is the brick rowhome
If there is one truth about DC’s Georgetown neighborhood, it’s that it maintains a superior connection to history. As one of the first neighborhoods to be designated as a National Historic District, standards are incredibly high for the preservation of existing structures and the prospect of new builds.
Whether a home in Georgetown is historic really depends upon your definition of the word. Obviously, there are many houses that are the sites of notable events or one-time residences of incredibly notable people. The Forrest-Marbury House at 3350 M St NW hosted President George Washington at a dinner that would conclude with the acquisition of the land necessary to build the District of Columbia. Georgetown historic listings of this sort are quite
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