Glover Park Properties

Posted by on Tuesday, May 28th, 2013 at 8:14pm.

Glover Park properties just north of Georgetown are in one of the more residential areas in Washington D.C. and homebuyers can find a variety of listings here.

Among the brand new developments in Glover Park properties, 3937 Davis Place is an 8-unit condo project still under construction but already selling. Starting in the $400,000s, these condos are being developed by Lock 7 Development and rendering depict a clean, four-story building with condos that have private balconies. These Glover Park properties are all 2-bedroom, 2-bath condos.

But homebuyers can find Glover Park properties of any size. Glover Park is not as famous as its Georgetown neighbor, but this neighborhood is also upscale with a blend of larger condos and coops and single family homes. Some people refer to it as “Grover Park” because it’s such a pet friendly area.

Glover Park properties enjoy close proximity to the Naval Observatory and Glover-Archbald Park, which is a serene wooded parkland like Rock Creek Park but smaller. It’s actually an extension of Rock Creek Park. The Embassy of Russia is in this neighborhood along with the Visa office of the Chinese embassy.

Other Glover Park properties in the market include a one-bedroom, one-bath, $290,000 condo on 42nd Street, with condo fees of $323. Further north, a one-bedroom, one-bath condo lists for $249,000 and is about 743 square feet, but the condo fee is a bit higher at $503 per month.

In the eastern part of the community, Glover Park properties along Wisconsin Avenue are going for a bit higher. A two-bedroom, 832-square-foot condo is listed for $395,000 at 2111 Wisconsin Avenue NW with a $700 per month condo fee that includes an exercise room and outdoor pool.

For renters, there are a slew of options like the Archstone apartments or Park Crest at Glover Park among the many rental Glover Park properties.

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