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If you’re looking for a new DC area neighborhood, Glover Park is the place to be. The community is DC’s hottest real estate market right now, luring in new residents with its relatively more affordable housing and its charm.

Prices are going up, however, as more and more people begin to see all that the neighborhood has to offer. Close to such other highly coveted neighborhoods as Georgetown, Dupont and Kalorama, Glover Park continues to attract new interest from buyers, with many predicting now is the time to get in on a home in the area.

Filled with row houses, Glover Park is extremely popular with families. Mostly built up from the 1920s through the 1940s, it’s also possible to find some condos and co-ops in the area, many of which began as

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At more than 180-acres in size, Glover Archbold Park presents a desirable alternative for many locals and visitors hoping to escape the more urban surroundings. Found not far from Georgetown University or from several area neighborhoods, the park was originally named after two former landowners, now overseen by the National Park Service.

An extension of Rock Creek Park, the site presents a more natural location for enjoying the outdoors, from the hiking trails to the streams and the wooded terrain. Bicycles, motorized vehicles and off-leash dogs aren’t allowed in the park, but it is an extremely popular location for jogging, hiking and even dog walking.

One of the most frequented locations in the region is the Glover Archbold

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If living in Georgetown makes your wish list but not necessarily your budget, you may want to try searching in nearby Glover Park. Perhaps a more affordable option than its pricy neighbor to the south, Glover Park has plenty to offer residents.

With the convenience of an urban setting, yet the enjoyment of a small town-like setting, some compare Glover Park to a tiny community, set right in the middle of everything. Found between an extension of Rock Creek Park and Wisconsin Avenue, Glover Park sits just to the north of Georgetown, but feels somewhat removed from the rest of the city.

That’s likely due, at least in part, to the two miles it sits from the nearest Metro station. While some might see that as a negative, many living in this small

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The Observatory - 2111 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington DC

The mid-rise brick condo community, The Observatory, in the desirable area of Glover Park, north of Georgetown, is perched in a highly coveted location with a park skirting the edge giving residents unparalleled nature views with biking, jogging and hiking trails from the front door.  It’s a short walk to the top urban amenities of Georgetown, and a convenient DC Circulator bus line stops in front of the building allowing an easy commute to downtown DC.  Both Glover Park and Georgetown are well-known locales for restaurants and shops.  There also is a shuttle to Georgetown for residents.  It has a WalkScore of 95 out of 100, reflecting its image as a walker’s paradise.

Glover Park is a neighborhood in northwest DC, north of Georgetown and directly west

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Glover Park, a charming neighborhood in northwest DC, offers residents a nice balance of living on a quiet tree-lined street just five minutes to shops and restaurants on main thoroughfare, Wisconsin Avenue.  The neighborhood is ½ mile north of Georgetown and west of the United States Naval Observatory, home to the Vice President’s mansion. 

The largely residential neighborhood has seen a surge in youth population of children and teens since 2010.  Young parents seek this highly desirable family-friendly neighborhood in upper northwest Washington for its close-knit community of tranquil streets with charming 3 and 4 bedroom porch-front row houses and a foodie scene up the street from Georgetown for a college, preppy feel.  Amenities are all in

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As one of the 20007 zip code’s newest condominium buildings, Georgetown Heights is a contemporary complex located on the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Calvert Street, NW, in the much sought-after Glover Park neighborhood.  Delivered in 2006, Georgetown Heights is conveniently located at the intersection of 3 of the most desirable neighborhoods in DC---Glover Park, Observatory Circle and Cathedral Heights.

The Glover Park location is fantastic with quick access to the city and to local urban conveniences like Whole Foods, Sweetgreen, CVS, Starbucks, shops, restaurants, and nightlife.  Walk down the hill to Georgetown.  Glover Park in northwest DC is about a half mile north of Georgetown and west of the Vice President’s mansion (Observatory Circle).

The

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With DC neighborhoods like Shaw, Logan Circle and Columbia Heights dominating the news for new condo developments, it is rare to see Glover Park in the spotlight.  A new condo development is under construction at 3937 Davis Place in Glover Park.

This Locke 7 Development project will deliver eight 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,000 SF units.  The building has windows on all four sides which will allow for significant natural light in the units.  All eight condos have either private outdoor patios or decks.

Delivery is targeted for early 2013 and prices start in the low $400,000s.  Here is a resource to learn more about 3937 Davis Place real estate.

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DC Condo Boutique team member Donna Mank represented the buyer of a condo at the Georgetown Heights development located at 2501 Wisconsin Avenue #207 in DC's Glover Park neighborhood.   This condo residence featured 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 1,850 SF and two garage parking spaces. This unit sold on June 2nd, 2012 for $899,900 / $486 SF.

Georgetown Heights, located at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Calvert Street offers modern open floor plans, upscale developer finishes and a great location just up Wisconsin Avenue from Georgetown.

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