Bloomingdale Real Estate | DC
Bloomingdale Real Estate | DC
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Bloomingdale Features & Amenities
The busiest hangouts include the Big Bear Cafe, Rustik Tavern, and Boundary Stone. Due to the closeness of the neighborhood, Bloomingdale has been described as a place “where everyone knows your name.” One of the nicest features of the area is Crispus Attucks Park – a smaller “hidden park” tucked between V and U Streets NW to the north and south and North Capitol St NW and 1st St NW to the east and west. The park is maintained entirely through volunteer work and private donations, and is a fun place to meet your neighbors. If you're looking for a neighborhood that has plenty of upside potential, make sure to put Bloomingdale on your list.
Bloomingdale Property Values
Bloomingdale, one of the smallest neighborhoods in DC, is a hidden gem nestled less than 2 miles north of the U.S. Capitol building. The neighborhood began as a suburb of the original city of Washington, and was filled with rowhouses at the turn of the 20th Century. The neighborhood fell on harder times towards the end of the 20th Century, but has undergone an unbelievable revival in the last decade while still maintaining its rich character and close proximity to much of DC.
Bloomingdale real estate has become a hot commodity for homeowners and investors alike. The neighborhood is a great fit for families and young professionals. Bloomingdale is characterized by large Victorian-style single-family row homes with abundant character. As the area has become more popular, a number of those properties have been converted to condos to serve other price points within the market.
Bloomingdale Transportation & Location
The neighborhood is easy to reach via public transportation, as both the Rhode Island Avenue-Brentwood and NoMa-Gallaudet U Metro Stations on the Red Line are a short walk east of the neighborhood and Shaw-Howard U Station on the Yellow and Green Lines is a short walk west. There are also several bus routes that run on North Capitol Ave NW, Florida Ave NW, and Rhode Island Ave NW. If biking is your preferred method of travel, there is a Capital Bikeshare station at R Street and Florida Ave NW in the neighborhood. Rhode Island Ave NW and North Capitol St NW provide direct routes into downtown DC and out to the Maryland suburbs. Interstate 395 begins less than two miles south of the area and heads out into Virginia and the Anacostia Freeway (DC Route 295) via I-695.
Bloomingdale lies just within Northwest DC. Its boundaries are North Capitol St NW to the east, Florida Ave NW to the south, and Rhode Island Ave NW and 2nd St NW to the west, and Bryant St NW to the north.
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Listing information last updated on February 22nd, 2024 at 7:45pm EST.