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watermelon house - washington dc

DC neighborhoods each hold their own interesting attributes, but have you ever wondered what the neighborhood you choose to live in has to say about you? Obviously, neighborhoods and communities are unique and diverse, but some might also say that residents of certain neighborhoods have things in common.

Dupont Circle

For example, some consider Dupont Circle a laid-back neighborhood that’s perfect for people watching. This hip neighborhood is full of fun and trendy restaurants and boutiques. It’s also a great neighborhood if you enjoy sampling the city’s nightlife.

Downtown DC

If your days consist of work, work and more work, business-minded people are often attracted to Downtown DC. The location is also a good spot if you enjoy spending

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the griffin - 955 26th st nw dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Matt Koerber represented the buyer of condo at The Griffin located at 955 26th Street NW #905, Washington, DC 20037 in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR | 2 BA | 1,477 SF and closed on February 14th, 2020 for $891,000 | $603 SF. One parking space conveyed with this transaction.

This unit features panoramic southern views with a large balcony, high ceilings and hardwood floors. The Griffin is a pet-friendly condo building located in the vibrant Foggy Bottom neighborhood. Walk to the Foggy Bottom Metro, Kennedy Center, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Rock Creek Park restaurants, nightlife and major employers from this convenient location.

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reflecting pool lincoln memorial - washington dcPhoto: Tyler

If you’re looking for a fun way to see DC in an entirely new light, consider taking a cue from Hollywood. Some of DC’s most iconic neighborhoods are routinely captured on film.

In fact, some reports suggest more than 300 movies show DC-area landmarks, perhaps most notably some of the District’s historic sites. The movie “Forrest Gump” used the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. You’ll also see it in the movie “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”.

If you want to see the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution or the Bill of Rights, you’ll find them at the National Archives Building. You don’t even have to leave home, though, to spot the building in the movie “National Treasure”.

Of course, the Watergate Hotel is an actual

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chevy chase - washington dc

You’ve probably heard of them, but have you ever wondered how some of DC’s neighborhoods got their names? From tropical islands to smog, it seems DC neighborhoods all have a story of their own.

Pleasant Plains

Sure, it brings to mind a “pleasant” place to live, and that may be exactly what led to the name Pleasant Plains in the first place. Back in the 1700s it’s said that a farmer bought up a large amount of undeveloped land where the neighborhood now sits. His family named part of their estate Pleasant Plains, which it remains to this day.

Kalorama

Kalorama may sound unusual to some, but that’s because it’s Greek. Kalorama actually means beautiful view in Greek. A poet in the early 1800s coined the name for the house he lived in because

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theodore roosevelt island - washington dcPhoto: Richard Ricciardi

With plenty to do, see and experience, Theodore Roosevelt Island presents a delightful site to visit and explore. Now maintained by the National Park Service, the island that once held farmland now serves as a tribute to a former president.

It’s said Roosevelt was a true conservationist and outdoorsman, and that’s evident across the island. You’ll find trails leading through wooded areas and swampy areas on the island. Visitors can even try and spot native birds, just as the former president likely enjoyed in his spare time.

As president, Roosevelt helped enact the protection of millions of acres of land across the United States, creating national parks, forests, bird reservations and game reserves. He also helped

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watergate south - washington dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Amir Taba represented the buyer of a co-op at Watergate South located at 700 New Hampshire Avenue #1206/1207, Washington, DC 20037 in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood. This newly renovated cooperative features 3 BR+Den | 3.5 BA | 3,007 SF and closed on October 12th, 2018 for $3,900,000 | $1,297 SF. Two parking spaces conveyed with this transaction.

This newly renovated residence offers direct, sweeping views of the Potomac River, Key Bridge and the Georgetown skyline. Two units were combine to create a palatial waterfront home with a gourmet kitchen featuring Italian cabinetry & a butlers pantry, a luxurious master retreat and upscale details throughout. A balcony overlooking the Potomac runs across the entire residence.

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the watergate real estate

Filled with history, Watergate is much more than just a period in America’s past. The upscale residences that make up DC’s Watergate complex today additionally enjoy some fantastic views and much, much more.

In fact, it’s no secret that the property’s been a favorite for decades, not just for its address but also for its private luxuries and on-site conveniences. All combined, the three residential buildings that make up Watergate include more than 600 private residences, featuring some townhome-style floor plans and some luxury penthouse units.

As well, the distinguished homes of Watergate also enjoy sweeping views of other area landmarks and of the nearby Potomac River. Often regarded as city within a city, the ten-acre property is home to the

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watergate south - 700 new hampshire ave nw dc 20037

DC Condo Boutique team member Chena Bolton represented the buyer of a cooperative at Watergate South, located at 700 New Hampshire Avenue NW #610, Washington, DC 20037 in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood. This co-op features 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,381 SF and closed on April 17th, 2018 for $950,000 / $688 SF. One parking space conveyed with this transaction.

This Watergate South cooperative features an impeccable modern renovation with high-end finishes, chef’s kitchen and designer lighting. River views are available from the balcony which stretches across the entire perimeter of this unit. Watergate South offers convenient walking access to the Foggy Bottom Metro Station, Whole Foods, Kennedy Center & Georgetown waterfront.

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The watergate coops for sale

Infused with history and overflowing with high-end appeal, The Watergate generates exclusivity, security and more. This luxury DC development is one of the most highly sought after in the area, with an impressive three upscale buildings that come together in one grand showing.

Watergate West, East and South collectively include more than 600 high-end residential units, some offering the added luxury of spacious townhouse or penthouse designs. From private balconies to generous views of the river and area landmarks, the prestigious address of The Watergate is easily one of the most coveted in the region.

A full ten-acres in size, the complex is a virtual city in itself, complete with open-air shopping, promenades, fountains and a park. The

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foggy bottom mews

DC Condo Boutique team member Amir Taba represented the buyer of a townhome condo located at 900 24th Street NW #B, Washington, DC 20037 in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood. This townhome features 3 BR+Den / 2 BA / 1,513 SF and closed on March 17th, 2017 for $775,000 / $512 SF.

A quiet courtyard in Foggy Bottom is the setting for this charming mews-style home. This 3 BR+Den home offers a newly renovated kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances as well as a fourth floor deck. Foggy Bottom destinations including Whole Foods, World Bank, GW and the Metro are all just steps from this home.

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