Properties in Kalorama, a nearly entirely residential area in Northwest near Adams Morgan and Rock Creek Park, are selling at a premium these days. Kalorama is also quite close to Dupont Circle and Woodley Park and known as a more wealthy, affluent area with a slew of embassies anchored here.
Properties in Kalorama range from single family homes to townhomes to condos, with many of these properties in Kalorama being condos while others are massive, million-dollar homes.
At 2410 20th St. NW, a one-bedroom, 577-square-foot condo lists for $299,900, with low utilities and high ceilings as well as a renovated bath, though the listing admits it “needs a little TLC.” Nearby at 2540 Massachusetts Avenue NW, a one-bedroom, 850-square-foot condo in a pre-war building lists for $390,000 and boats high ceilings, deep baseboards and hardwood floors.
Among the townhomes on the market in Kalorama, a 955-square-foot duplex at 1903 Kalorama Pl. NW lists for $529,000. It includes garage parking, a gas fireplace and hardwood floor.
But, as properties in Kalorama are known for their more affluent flair, listings include a good number of million dollar single family homes. Among them, an 8,845-square-foot, six-bedroom home lists for %5.25 million. While it was built in 1916, it’s been heavily renovated to include the most modern luxuries. It has seven full baths and one half bath.
And, at 2424 Kalorama Road NW, a five-bedroom home with beautiful curbside appeal lists for $4,9995,000, $430,000 less than its original listing. It’s been completely restored and has a private south-facing garden with a fountain as well as a two-car garage. The higher end homes like these are what brings uniqueness to properties in Kalorama.