Luxurious living in Logan Circle. This four level, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms masterpiece sits less than a block away from the 14th street corridor. English basement comes separately metered with it's own kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and washer/dryer connection. The third floor is dedicated to a beautiful and spacious master bedroom with a huge walk in closet and a lovely bathroom with a plush soaking tub. The 4th level has
NEW PRICE! STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL 2,387 square foot condo in the heart of Logan Circle on a quiet, tree-lined street, walkable to an array of D.C.'s best restaurants, boutiques, fitness studios & grocery stores. NEW IN 2018. Spacious, Light-filled 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath Duplex offers outdoor spaces (deck, patio, private terrace) and SECURE PARKING. Open floor plan with luxury features inc. 10 & 11 foot ceilings, lovely white oak herringbone
This listing is available to show 7 days a week by the Jenn Smira Team! A modern and stylish mix of space, finishes, and location, this circa 1915 Logan Circle row home was lovingly modernized by renowned Washington, DC architects Joseph Wnuk and Alejandro Oporto as their own home. Boasting open and light filled living spaces, the whole home is punctuated with beautiful details including stunning hardwoods, soaring ceilings, and oversized
Another stunning redevelopment by Dilan Homes combines modern and classic design in the heart of Logan Circle. Boasting 4 beds/3.5 baths, the large open floor plan is an entertainer's dream, with herringbone white oak floors directing you from the living area with bay window, to the spacious dining area, and gourmet kitchen beyond. Prepare Instagram worthy meals with the stainless steel Viking appliance suite and massive island with waterfall
Best Rooftop in Logan! Huge Loft with almost an unprecedented 2500sf of indoor/outdoor space designed for entertaining. This 2 story Penthouse Loft on a quiet street in the heart of Logan Circle was designed by famed Architect Brie Husted. Remarkable throughout in its design, quality, and detail. Enjoy one of the best private rooftops in the city. Perfect outdoor entertaining, the rooftop offers 360 degree city views, full outdoor kitchen
Open Sunday, 1-3 pm!This summer, the wait is finally over for phase two of The Gaslight District, DCs most storied new development nestled in the coveted Logan Circle neighborhood. Discover the convergence of history and modern luxury like never before in these nine exclusive residences that date back to 1874, with nine units set inside a Victorian row home and two additional carriage houses crafted from the propertys original stables. Each of
Third time's the charm, and this home is too charming for words! Gorgeous late 1800's residence filled with character and period details in coveted Logan Circle (including bay windows on all levels and 5 working fireplaces). This home's full and recent renovation defines the desirable meld of classic architecture with urban modern luxury, including green Super smart technology conveniences and surround sound systems. Its main level features
Price Adjustment! Adjacent to Washington~s infamous Dupont Circle you will find its smaller, more residential counterpart~Logan Circle. And whether or not you believe in popularity contests, there~s no disputing Logan Circle as one of the fastest-growing, most densely populated neighborhoods in Washington DC (despite the fact that it~s boundaries make up less than one square mile.) What makes Logan Circle special to Washingtonians is that it is
Open Sunday, from 1-3 pm! This summer, the wait is finally over for phase two of The Gaslight District, DCs most storied new development nestled in the coveted Logan Circle neighborhood. Discover the convergence of history and modern luxury like never before in these nine exclusive residences that date back to 1874, with nine units set inside a Victorian row home and two additional carriage houses crafted from the propertys original stables.
Open Sunday, 1-3 pm! This summer, the wait is finally over for phase two of The Gaslight District, DCs most storied new development nestled in the coveted Logan Circle neighborhood. Discover the convergence of history and modern luxury like never before in these nine exclusive residences that date back to 1874, with nine units set inside a Victorian row home and two additional carriage houses crafted from the propertys original stables. Each of
Originally named Iowa Circle, the neighborhood was re-named after former resident John A. Logan, a Union civil war general and Illinois congressman/senator. His monument stands in the center of the circle that bears his name.
Some of the best Logan Circle hangouts are Pearl Dive Oyster Palace, Birch & Barley, and ChurchKey on 14th Street NW. Logan Tavern and Stoney’s Pub on P Street NW are also worth checking out. If you’re lucky you can catch food truck Rolling Ficelle, as it frequents the neighborhood. If you’re looking for a local hardware store check out Logan Hardware on P Street NW, they have a very friendly and knowledgeable staff. A clear indication that the neighborhood is on a major upswing is the constantly packed Whole Foods grocery store on P Street NW. It's one of the most expensive yet also busiest grocery stores in all of Washington, DC.
Logan Circle Property Values
Logan Circle continues to experience a major revitalization, as redevelopment seems to be everywhere you look in the neighborhood. In large part, the transformation has been fueled by rising housing prices in neighboring Dupont Circle directly to the west.
Although Logan Circle is the only completely residential circle in downtown DC, it’s extremely well positioned to take advantage of the nearby nightlife on the U Street Corridor and Dupont Circle, as well as the many new dining and shopping options along P Street and 14th Street NW. To the east and south, Logan Circle is also short walk to the Convention Center and the Penn Quarter. Logan Circle real estate is marked by Victorian rowhouses, many of which have been divided into newly renovated condos.
Logan Circle Transportation & Location
Logan Circle is unique in that it doesn’t have a Metro station in the neighborhood, but is within walking distance to seven different stations in all directions. These include, clockwise starting from the north, U Street, Shaw-Howard U, and Mount Vernon Square on the Green and Yellow Lines; McPherson Sq and Farragut West on the Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines; and Farragut North and Dupont Circle on the Red Line. There are several bus lines that run through the area, including the Woodley Park-Adams Morgan-McPherson Square Circulator route. Massachusetts Ave NW, Rhode Island Ave NW, 16th St NW, and 14th St NW all provide good routes to different points of downtown and out of the city to the Maryland suburbs. Interstate 395 begins a short distance from the neighborhood, and leads either out to Virginia or to the Anacostia Freeway (DC Route 295) via I-695.
Logan Circle is situated within Northwest DC, and its boundaries are S St NW to the north, 11th St NW to the east, M St NW to the south, and 14th St NW to the west.
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