Trinidad Real Estate | DC
Trinidad Real Estate | DC
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Trinidad Features & Amenities
The Trinidad Neighborhood Association is very active, and is responsible for several cultural events in the area, including the annual Block Party, Garden Tour, and Trinidad Day, and bi-annual Arts in the Alley. There are not many retail options in Trinidad, although you should check out Sicilian Pizza on Florida Ave NE and dive bars Bardo and Jimmy Valentine’s Lonely Hearts Club on Bladensburg Rd NE. The H Street Corridor is just southwest of the neighborhood and offers much more in the way of shops, restaurants, and bars. Gallaudet University, a federally chartered school for the deaf and hard of hearing, is located just to the west of Trinidad. The National Arboretum is located east of the neighborhood and the Trinidad Recreation Center also offers an outlet from city living for residents.
Trinidad Property Values
Trinidad is a Northeast DC neighborhood that could be the next area in DC to take off. Adjacent to the newly popularized H Street Corridor, Trinidad offers bargains for those in the market for a house who can’t afford other parts of the District. The neighborhood got its name from 19th Century speculator James Barry, who had once lived on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. Trinidad real estate consists mostly of row houses in the Victorian and flat porch-fronted styles.
Trinidad Transportation & Location
There is no Metro stop in Trinidad, but the NoMa-Gallaudet U station on the Red Line is only a mile to the west. Several Metrobus lines connect residents to the Metrorail and the rest of DC. There is a free shuttle that runs along H Street NE (at the southeastern corner of Trinidad) nightly after 5pm between the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro stop on the Green and Yellow Lines and the Minnesota Avenue stop on the Orange. The new DC Streetcars will debut along this route, linking Union Station with the Minnesota Ave Metro stop. Florida Ave NE, H Street NE, and Maryland Ave NE all offer direct routes to different parts of downtown DC. I-395 is less than two miles west of Trinidad and connects drivers to Virginia. The Anacostia Freeway (DC Route 295) is two miles east of the neighborhood.
Trinidad is situated within Northeast DC, and its borders are Florida Ave NE to the south, West Virginia Ave NE and Gallaudet University to the west, Mount Olive Rd NE to the north, and Bladensburg Rd NE to the east.
Listing information last updated on October 18th, 2021 at 12:19am EDT.