Bloomingdale real estate is increasingly in high demand as this up-and-coming neighborhood is proving ideal for young professionals and young families.
Bloomingdale real estate, located in a lesser known area of the district, is home to a hidden gem of a park in Crispus Atticus Park, which is tucked between V Street and U Street and maintained through volunteer work and donations. Bloomingdale real estate is an area just east of the hip U Street Corridor and is dominated by Victorian style row homes.
Many of the large Victorian homes here have been converted into condos, giving a variety of price points among Bloomingdale real estate. The Big Bear Café is near Bloomingdale real estate, as are the Rustik Tavern and the Boundary Stone. Howard University borders Bloomingdale and Howard University and Catholic University are about a mile away.
Active listings for Bloomingdale real estate have been on the rise since February. Bloomingdale real estate listings include a two-bedroom condo for $162,000. This 683-square-foot listing at 5 Rhode Island Avenue NE includes a $150 per month condo fee, which is exceptionally low in the District. Appliances include a dishwasher, electric oven rage and refrigerator, but no washer and dryer.
A 411-square-foot one-bedroom lists for only $85,000. It’s at 1956 3rd Street NE and features bamboo floors and stainless steel appliances, as well as a washer and dryer and a parking space. It’s quite close to the Rhode Island metro on the red line. Condo fees are $142 per month
A three-bedroom, 1,286-square-foot condo lists for $385,500 at 2118 north Capitol Street NW has a partially finished attic. And, down the street, a 420-square-foot, one-bedroom lists for $269,000 at 51 Randolph Place NW.