Blog posts about Dupont Circle real estate
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Friday, January 18th, 2013 at 9:27am. 714 Views, 0 Comments.
When you think of boutique DC condo developments, Dumbarton Place in Dupont Circle quickly jumps to the top of the list. While the lion's share of Dupont's condo projects are located on busy streets surrounded by other buildings, Dumbarton Place overlooks the treasured Rock Creek Park.
Monument Realty converted the former office building that housed Congressional Quarterly into Dumbarton Place in 2005. This six-story building with 36 units has a very upscale, intimate feel that is highly sought after in the Dupont neighborhood.
Luxury developer finishes at Dumbarton Place include direct access elevators, over-sized windows and gourmet kitchens. The penthouse level at Dumbarton Place features larger units with build outs and finishes worthy of a
Thursday, January 17th, 2013 at 12:44pm. 137 Views, 0 Comments.
DC Condo Boutique team members Donna Mank and Mansour Abu-Rahmeh represented the seller of a condo located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington DC. The unit located at 1625 Q Street #103 featured 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 1,128 SF and a private patio. The unit sold for $549,999 / $496 SF which was 100% of the listing price.
This Dupont location on Q Street NW is just two blocks from the Metro and commands a perfect 100 WalkScore.
Monday, December 17th, 2012 at 10:31am. 954 Views, 0 Comments.
The most expensive condo to sell in the District during November 2012 was in Foggy Bottom at the Watergate South located at 700 New Hampshire Ave NW #1204, Washington, DC 20037. This 3 BR / 2.5 BA / 3,414 SF co-op with panoramic river views includes three parking spaces. The selling price was $3.85M / $1,128 SF, which was 91% of the asking price.
Congratulations to selling Realtor Stan Kelly of TTR Sotheby's International Realty for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in November 2012.
Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in November 2012 was in Dupont Circle at Dumbarton Place located at 1414 22nd St NW #61 Washington, DC 20037. This 3 BR / 2.5 BA / 2,496 SF penthouse condo includes two parking…
Thursday, September 6th, 2012 at 1:08pm. 735 Views, 0 Comments.
While DC is often defined by its famous wide avenues and streets like Pennsylvania, M and 14th, its the quiet residential side streets that provide the District its true soul. Nearly every DC neighborhood has a soulful side street including Church Street and Swann Street in Logan Circle, Tracy Place in Kalorama and Duddington Place and Walter Street on the Hill. The Dupont Circle Neighborhood is home to several soulful side streets including Hillyer Place, Newport Place and Jefferson Place.
Jefferson Place runs just one block between that funky Connecticut Avenue/18th Street intersection and 19th Street. Traffic runs one way from Connecticut/18th to 19th and street parking is allowed on both sides of the street. There are plenty of places in close
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 at 7:19am. 1,003 Views, 0 Comments.
Strivers' Section is a historic district in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic district includes about 430 buildings constructed in the late 19th and early 20th century. Many of these buildings are single-family homes designed with Edwardian architectural style.
Strivers' Section is located in close proximity to Howard University and was home to many of DC's more affluent and notable African American residents including Frederick Douglas, architect Calvin Brent, Recorder of Deeds James Dacey and banker James Storum. Today, Strivers' Section is a dynamic, diverse neighborhood and many of its homes have been beautifully renvoted and restored.
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Monday, February 20th, 2012 at 2:36pm. 752 Views, 0 Comments.
As we celebrate President's Day here in the District, it is time to take a look at how the District has chosen to honor some of our past presidents. Looking past the monuments, DC has honored past presidents with by naming neighborhoods after them including Adams Morgan, Fort Lincoln, Garfield Heights, Lincoln Heights and Washington Highlands.
Contrary to popular belief, Georgetown was not named after George Washington, but either King George II of England or its founders George Gordon and George Beall.
Over the years, DC developers have honored past presidents by naming condo projects after them. Here are several DC condo developments that were named to honor one of our nations presidents:
- Adams Alley
- Adams Row
- Adams Station
- The Fillmore
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 at 11:56am. 1,328 Views, 0 Comments.
The Northumberland, located at 2039 New Hampshire Avenue NW in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, is featured in James Goode's Best Addresses. Today, the Northumberland remains one of the best-preserved pre-World War I buildings.
Designed by prominent architect Albert Beers and constructed in 1909 by the legendary Harry Wardman, the Northumberland features a unique banded exterior facade. The lobby of the Northumberland featuring 14-foot ceilings and walls adorned with muted-yellow Sienna Marble conveys a level of prestige that is impossible to replicate in newer construction.
Architected in a U configuration, the seven-story Northumberland has 67 units wrapping an interior courtyard. Common building amenities include a 24-hour front desk, roof…
Saturday, January 21st, 2012 at 8:57pm. 781 Views, 0 Comments.
Its snowing out and lots of fellow Washingtonians are home today participating in one of our cities favorite hobbies…..searching online for real estate.
One of the goals here at the DC Condo Boutique is to continually monitor and analyze the market to stay on top of the hottest properties and developments. Traffic on our website is very heavy today due to the weather so we thought it would be interesting to share with you the top ten most popular DC real estate searches so far today:
- u street condos
- dc condos
- the chastleton
- dc lofts
- dupont circle row houses
- clara barton
- 3303 water street
- the wyoming
- woodley wardman
- dc new construction
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Thursday, November 10th, 2011 at 9:40am. 1,192 Views, 0 Comments.
In a recent study conducted by Realtor.com, Washington, DC ranked first in the nation for having the smallest size homes. The study calculated the median square footage of all the homes listed for sale in September, 2011.
DC homes weighed in with a median home size of 1,000 sq. ft. and a median lot size of 2,375 sq. ft. Rounding out the top five smallest median home sizes were Hawaii, Michigan, Iowa and Ohio. The DC top ranking makes sense as this study utilized state data rather than just urban cities or Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs).
Many of the smaller condos in the District are located in more venerable residential neighborhoods like Foggy Bottom and Dupont Circle with larger units more readily available in neighborhoods like Logan
Monday, October 3rd, 2011 at 11:31am. 1,831 Views, 1 Comments.
Its tough to find a better located condo development than Jefferson Row in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC. Located on Jefferson Place between 18th and 19th Streets, Jefferson Row is around the corner from the Palm Restaurant and a just two blocks to Dupont Circle.
Jefferson Row features an historic row house design with 23 condos that were completely renovated in 2006. Finishes at Jefferson Row include chef kitchens with Viking and SubZero Appliances, designer grade cabinetry and counters. Bathrooms were finished with travertine marble, high-end tubs and dual shower heads. Jefferson Row amenities include an exercise room, elevator and common roof top terrace with gas grill and views of St. Mathews Cathedral.
Currently, one condo
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