2211 Massachusetts Avenue, NW is a 9,400 sf six-story townhouse, ideally located on historic Embassy Row. Formerly part of the Greek Embassy, 2211 Massachusetts Ave, NW has undergone a full renovation, including new elevator, and is being delivered, in a warm lit shell ready for final tenant finish. The property is ideal for an embassy chancery or residence, as well as a high-end residential home. Certain modifications are still possible to
2211 Massachusetts Avenue, NW is a 9,400 sf six-story townhouse, ideally located on historic Embassy Row. Formerly part of the Greek Embassy, 2211 Massachusetts Ave, NW has undergone a full renovation, including new elevator, and is being delivered in a warm lit shell ready for final tenant finish. The property is ideal for an embassy chancery or residence, as well as a high-end residential home. Certain modifications are still possible to
Built in 1930, this stately Federal Revival residence exudes the design and proportions typical of a popular style stemming from classical antiquity. Sited on a prominent, private lot, this stunning residence offers luxurious living with large-scale entertaining, while retaining an intimacy and warmth reserved for comfortable family living. The house has undergone extensive updating through collaboration between two masters, award-winning BOWA
This property offers discriminating investors or users the opportunity to purchase a classic building with unparalleled location and presence in DC’s Dupont Circle submarket. Built in 1908, the Georgian Revival style building has distinctive red brick, grand columns, extensive trim and oversized windows. It was commissioned by Samuel Walter Woodward, co-founder of the Woodward & Lothrop department store and designed by renowned Washington,
Built in 1926, this stately brick residence on one of the best streets in Kalorama offers over 8,000 sq. ft of elegant living space on four finished levels. This six bedroom, six and one half bathroom home features a grand center hall, refined entertaining spaces, including a gracious living room, dining room, and library, high ceilings and generous proportions throughout. Additional features include an attached indoor pool, pool house with
Magnificent Embassy Row mansion spanning over 9,600 square feet of unparalleled finish and design. Built in 1907, this five story Beaux Arts townhouse was originally designed by renowned architect George Totten with classic Kalorama entertaining floors. Recently renovated by acclaimed architect Christian Zapatka to modernize elements but maintained its original elegant character. The house features include an elevator, ornate moldings, multiple
Like many of its elegant neighbors in Kalorama, this residence typifies the best elements of revival-style architecture. Essentially a Normandy style in its composition, it also has the vernacular feeling of one of the great English country houses designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The Normandy style is characterized by steep, conical roofs and an asymmetrical plan. A sensibility that joins both England in its Tudor roots and the continent by its
2507 Massachusetts Avenue is a handsome Beaux-Arts Revival prominently positioned directly across from the Japanese Embassy in the nucleus of Kaloramas prestigious Embassy Row. Unquestionably a trophy address, 2507 offers unmatched curb appeal and proximity to the Vice Presidents Compound, high-ranking diplomats, c-suite executives, former presidents, cabinet officials, and notable global VIPs alike. A gracious floor plan spans nearly six
Located in the historical neighborhood of Kalorama; this detached stone 6BR/6.5BA home occupies a premium lot with landscape design by renowned landscape architect Ben Page. The residence has been completely renovated - architect Christian Zapatka - and original features have been artfully restored. The grand main level entry with marble vestibule, white oak floors, powder room, and coat closet serves all areas creating fantastic flow. The
Elegant and beautifully renovated 9000+ SF former embassy residence. Prime Kalorama location with 4 car garage, zoned for embassy, residential. Home boasts gleaming hardwood floors, restored original architectural elements, an exquisite entrance-level reception room, and a finished lower level with offices/rooms. Entertain outdoors on the roof terrace above the garage, or two other terraces off the 1st and 2nd floor. Perfect for embassy,
NEW LSTING! Grand dame detached home, directly across from the French ambassador's residence. Perfectly designed floor plan, and proportioned rooms. Great flow for entertaining, and also cozy space for everyday living. Dining room and kitchen open to lovely, low maintenance garden and detached garage. Parking for at least four more cars in driveway, in addition to garage. Elevator-ready closet on lower, main and second floors. Private primary
Every spring many embassies in the neighborhood host an open house as part of Cultural Tourism DC events. The embassy open house tours typically gather throngs of visitors so be sure to get there early. Two other “must visit” locations to get a feel for Kalorama are Mitchell Park, off Columbia Road NW, and the Spanish Steps, at S St and 22nd St NW. Kalorama Park in the northern end of the neighborhood and Rock Creek Park to the west also offer respite from city living. There are several great dining options on Columbia Rd NW, including the ever popular So’s Your Mom sandwiches.
Kalorama Property Values
The area that makes up Kalorama is almost entirely residential, yet very convenient to the Metro, Rock Creek Park, and the amenities of Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, and Woodley Park. It gets its name from the name of the decadent home of poet Joel Barlow in the early 19th Century. Kalorama is a Greek word that means “fine view.” The neighborhood is known for being affluent and secluded, and is home to a number of embassies and pre-war condos of historic significance. Kalorama is actually two adjacent neighborhoods, Sheridan-Kalorama (or Kalorama Heights) to the south and Kalorama Triangle to the north.
Kalorama real estate comes at a premium, but the area also boasts some of the most desirable addresses in all of Washington, DC. Stately rowhouses, massive single-family detached homes, and ornate multi-family buildings are the norm in this neighborhood. Throughout its storied history, Kalorama has been home to at least five former presidents: William Howard Taft, Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Herbert Hoover, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Woodrow Wilson house on S Street NW is now a designated National Historical Landmark. Other notable residents include former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, Senator Ted Kennedy and historian Elizabeth Eisenstein.
Kalorama Transportation & Location
The neighborhood does not have a Metro station directly within it, but is within walking distance to both the Woodley Park and Dupont Circle stops on the Red Line. Several bus lines run through the area as well, including the Woodley Park-Adams Morgan-McPherson Square Circulator route. Connecticut Ave NW and Massachusetts Ave NW provide good routes into downtown DC and out into the Maryland suburbs. For a more scenic option, try Rock Creek Parkway, which runs along the western edge of the neighborhood. Interstate 66 begins less than two miles south of the area and heads out into Virginia.
Kalorama is situated within Northwest DC, and its boundaries are Rock Creek Park and Calvert St NW to the north, Columbia Rd NW and Florida Ave NW to the east, Q St NW to the south, and Rock Creek Park to the west.
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