Travel to Hillcrest in Southeast D.C., and you will be met with rolling hills, manicured lawns, & brick houses. THE BEST OF THE 'BURBS close to the sights and delights of city living. Featuring a capacious open-plan living area, the living room features a cozy fireplace in the living room provides warmth in the wintertime. The chef-inspired gourmet kitchen will bring out your inner chef. , Plus the luxurious bathrooms have all the
Welcome home to this stunning, fully updated brick Colonial on a large lot in DC. Gleaming hardwoods lead to a light-filled family room with cozy fireplace and tray ceiling. The gourmet kitchen features granite countertops, new stainless steel appliances, and bright windows overlooking the large backyard. Enjoy meals in the adjacent dining room with charming archways that lead to the living area. The home features 3 bedrooms & 3 serene
Investor/builder special located in Randle Heights, easy commute to local amenities, near by comps for Detached homes is $550K+ and Duplex over $750K, Use 2407 Naylor Rd SE as you reference for your commute
Good Hope housing options are mostly single-family and include a great mix of brick and frame Colonials, Cape Cods, ramblers, Tudors, and bungalows. While the neighborhood lacks retail and dining options, it has an advantageous proximity to Anacostia which provides ample opportunities for eating, shopping, recreation, and entertainment.
Good Hope Origins
The town of Good Hope, DC was originally established in 1820, surrounding the site of a tavern. Though it also grew to host a post office and a few homes, it failed to come into its own for a long time. Like so much of Washington DC and the surrounding area, Good Hope saw dramatic changes in the late 1930's and 1940's. There was a massive population spike due to the influx of New Deal workers, Defense workers, and their families, and real estate developers were quick to respond. With the exception of a strip of woodland that runs along Good Hope's northern boundary, no lots have been left undeveloped.
Good Hope Transportation & Location
Good Hope has no Metro Station, however, Anacostia Metro Station on the Green Line is located nearby in the Buena Vista neighborhood. Branch Ave SE connects to Pennsylvania Ave SE which provides quick and easy access to downtown DC as well as Northern Maryland.
Good Hope is bounded by Park Dr SE to the north, 36th Pl SE to the east, Alabama Ave SE to the south and Naylor Rd SE to the west.
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