Just north of Georgetown, homes in Glover Park seem to offer it all. These properties are very close to one of Washington D.C.’s more elite neighborhoods along the Potomac River as well as a good amount of restaurants and shops but also close to more serene park environments of Rock Creek Park and Glover Archibald Park.
From quiet nature or metro pizazz, homes in Glover Park abound with amenities. And the choices among homes in Glover Park are just as diverse as the neighborhood’s highlights. Real estate listings, which have been on the rise in recent months, range from smaller condos to single family homes as this neighborhood has a good balance of both.
On the very small side, a 413-square-foot, one-bedroom at 1711 35th Street NW lists for $359,000. It’s fully renovated with granite counters, among other features, and hardwood floors with plenty of sunlight. Condo fees are $187 per month.
A larger condo at 4100 W Street NW lists for $370,000. It’s a two-bedroom, 1,000-square-foot condo right next to Glover Park and its hiking trails. Whole Foods and Starbucks are very nearby. Condo fees are $586, which includes heat and air conditioning.
Among the more expensive and expansive active listings here is a four-bedroom, 4,032-square-foot Federal style brick townhouse at 3402 R Street NW, which is posted for about $2.4 million. It has a two-car garage and a heated pool. Or, a six-bedroom, detached colonial at 3532 Edmunds Street lists for $1.95 million.
For D.C.-area homebuyers, ample and diverse listings abound for homes in Glover Park.