The Manor Inn at Bunker Hill is a beautiful and very well maintained brick building on a desirable location close to Maryland University, DC Border, walking distance to shopping and Mount rainier Town center. here is a Unique Opportunity to own this fully occupied 13 Unit Building with 12 parking renting spaces and 13 storage bins renting units. Roof, Boiler, Water heater all proximity 3 years old. hardwood floors in all the units. It has
Renovated Colonial with New Kitchen and Bathrooms. Kitchen features Custom Cabinets, Stainless Steel Appliances, and decorative fixtures. Main level with Hardwood Floors, Two Ceiling Fans, plus Two bedrooms. Upstairs has Master Bedroom with a Dressing Area, Two other Bedrooms. Level Fenced Backyard.
BEAUTIFUL INTERIOR **Pictures do not do this building justice** This is an Office Space with a separate store front at the bottom. Private Parking**Hardwood Floors** Chandeliers*** Spacious Rooms*** Kitchenette *** Exposed Brick Walls**Very Unique space** MUST SEE** This Property has endless possibilities*MUST SEE** Call CSS for Showings
Welcome home! Come and experience what it feels like when a suburban retreat meets city convenience. Newly renovated in the sought after Mt. Rainier community, walkable to shops, restaurants, and parks, this six-bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom home boasts charm and class and plenty of space to entertain family and friends (socially distant of course). Fully loaded with a stunning open floor plan, fully finished basement, central air, a large attached
Large Mount Rainier Home less then a block from The Arts District. This home features six bedrooms and two bathrooms with just under two thousand square feet of finished square feet on the main and upper level. The kitchen is a large place to prepare great meals. There is public transportation a block away with Metro stops 2-3 miles away. Owners have found home of choice and are willing to entertain all reasonable offers. Home Being sold
This modern farmhouse (with 4 finished levels!) was built in 1907 and updated in 2016. It is sited on a large lot just over the DC border in the desirable community of Mount Rainier, Maryland. The seller has lovingly cared for it during her time of ownership and added several charming features, including a full garden (see garden map in photos), planted many trees (examples below), and a double-wide shed. This home showcases hardwood floors,
Price Improvement! Welcome to Mt. Rainier! This property is situated in the heart of Mt. Rainier. Conveniently located directly off Rhode Island Avenue, you are just a short drive, bike or bus ride from Rhode Island Avenue Metro or in the opposite direction run right in to Hyattsville's Gateway Arts District. 3200 Rhode Island Ave has just been acquired and slated for 100+ luxury apartments. This area is growing! 4007 34th Street has been a
Welcome to historic Mt. Rainier! Located just across the DC border, this home has historical charm with its original wood details, high ceilings, large windows and huge front porch. Updates include all new double-hung windows (2016), remodeled half-bath (2018), large capacity Maytag W/D (2018), stained glass front entry door (2019), and a "heavy-up" electrical panel (2019). and sewer line replaced (2011). New gutters with leaf
Beautiful Bungalow home full of charm and character. Featuring newly refinished wood floors, plenty of natural lighting through out the house, spacious yard for entertaining, gardening and relaxing. A bonus third floor level that would make a great office space or private suite. Solar panels have been installed providing a 100% clean, renewable energy source to the property. The basement provides a generous amount of space for storage
Magnificently Updated and Marvelously Magnetic Home! Ideally located close to Washington D.C. in Historic Mount Rainier, this early-twentieth century abode provides both modern convenience and unparalleled antiquated charm! Hints of sheer periwinkle blue adorn the exterior, and seamlessly coalesce with the bright white trim, indigo sidewalk and porch floor, and an attractive crimson red door! Encasing the picturesque lot is a delightful and
Detached, 2 Level, with off street parking! Tucked away in Mount Rainier. Features 3 bedrooms, 1 bath & a finished basement. Just needs a little TLC to bring it back to life! Ask about possible down payment assistance & / or grant money. Rehab loans available too! Call today, don't wait!
Mount Rainier Features & Amenities
Though population and popularity had declined by the 1970’s, the 1980’s saw a rebirth of the neighborhood as homebuyers recognized in Mount Rainier the same values it promised in its early days. The city is now part of the Gateway Arts District which offers housing incentives to artists hoping to live and work there, and utilizes the Art Lives Here program. Residents can take advantage of local haunts such as the Glut Health Food Co-op and Joe’s Movement Emporium, and the Mount Rainier Nature & Recreation Center.
Mount Rainier History & Housing
Mount Rainier sits primarily on what was the farm of Thomas Clemson, for whom the University in South Carolina is named. Planning and development began in the late 19th century when passenger train service began to be extended beyond the District of Columbia, in this case, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. In 1910, after a dramatic 2,000% population increase in less than a decade, Mount Rainier was incorporated as a town in Maryland. Citizens began immediately to take advantage of this new status and began improvements immediately and by 1945, Mount Rainier had applied for and gained status as a city. Built in the 1930’s, what appears today to be a circular city center, was originally a loop that allowed streetcars to turn around.
This town, which locals say is named for the volcano that presides over the state of Washington because the early developers hailed from the Pacific Northwest, is more likely so named because neighboring Takoma Park takes its name from the American Indian name for Mount Rainier. In either case is fittingly hilly. With elevations ranging from 20 to 150 feet above sea level Mount Rainier has long provided views of DC and relief from its often stifling heat, attracting residents who crave the provisions of the city and the ease of rural life.
Today, the rural is nearly gone, but the ease remains. Housing options reflect this, including single-family homes on beautiful tree-lined streets: bungalows, cottages, foursquares, Queen Annes, farmhouses, and mail-order houses by Sears, Roebuck & Co. An impressive twelve of these remain, showcasing eight different designs. Nearly all housing in Mount Rainier arise one- to two-story, save for a few modest apartment complexes built in the 1940’s; two of which were built with their own shopping centers.
Mount Rainier Transportation & Location
Mount Rainier has no Metrorail station, but is serviced by multiple bus lines and Rhode Island Ave provides quick access into the District, cutting through the up-and-coming Brookland neighborhood on its way to the Rhode Island Ave-Brentwood Metro Station on the Red Line.
Mount Rainier is bounded by Queens Chapel Rd to the northwest, Eastern Ave to the southwest, and 34th St to the east.
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