Bishop’s Gate is a townhome community located on 15th Street between R and S Street in Logan Circle. Bishop’s Gate is a two-story former chapel that offers 82 residences that combine old world charm such as high ceilings and large quarters with more modern touches such as granite counters and soaking tubs. Read more about Bishops Gate.
Spectacular Opportunity!! Dramatic Transformation Of The Chapel At Bishop's Gate (circa 1927) Which Is Located In Washington's Oldest Parish School & Was Featured On Hgtv! Located In The Heart Of The Logan/dupont And The Exciting 14th Street Corridor. Incre...
New Listing! 2br End-unit, Upper Townhouse W/fabulous 12' X 16' Private Terrace, Garage Parking , And Open Floorplan All In A Secure Gated Community 1/2 Block To 14th Street In The Heart Of Logan! Fully Updated, Granite/ss Kitchen, Beautiful Bath, Hardwood...
Amenities include an outdoor courtyard that connects all units as well as parking conveyed with most units.
Bishop's Gate Location
Bishop’s Gate is located at 1715 15th Street in the Logan Circle neighborhood. This convenient location is within walking distance of the U Street and Dupont Circle Metro Stations as well as the Whole Foods and a wealth of other shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.
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Listing information last updated on July 12th, 2020 at 12:51pm EDT.