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kalorama triangle

With its tree-lined trees and some impressively restored properties, Kalorama Triangle maintains an image as an exclusive and historic DC neighborhood. Filled with an exciting collection of early 20th century rowhouses, you’ll find everything from Colonial Revival to Georgian Revival and Mediterranean -style architecture represented all across the community.

The historic district is found just adjacent to Rock Creek Park, and Kalorama Triangle definitely offers the best of both worlds to its residents. Not only is the area close enough to the vibrancy supplied by an urban lifestyle, but there’s also a strong sense of peacefulness throughout the community, as well.

After all, it’s not far to the restaurants and bars of 18th Street NW or to

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 2029 connecticut ave - kalorama triangle real estate

With a mix of historic properties, Kalorama Triangle continues to thrive, enjoying the reputation as a walkable, quiet urban neighborhood. Bordered by Columbia Road, Calvert Street and Connecticut Avenue, the residential neighborhood of Kalorama Triangle is part of DC’s Northwest Quadrant.

While once known simply as Kalorama, the area was later split off into the more urban Kalorama Triangle and the more residential, Sheridan-Kalorama. While more modest in nature than some of its Sheridan-Kalorama residential counterparts, the homes of Kalorama Triangle retain the charm of yesteryear, with even new development designed to blend in with the neighborhood’s early 20th century architecture.

It’s common to find a variety of styles and building types

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the mendota

The prestigious Mendota stands tall as one of DC’s first luxury cooperative buildings.  As Washington’s oldest luxury cooperative apartment buildings, the building is regal as you glimpse its untouched elegance and perfectly maintained richness and traditions.  The hillside residential enclave in Kalorama adoringly overlooks most of downtown Washington.  The Mendota is listed on The National Register of Historic Places, and featured in Goode’s “Best Addresses.”  The location is just two blocks from popular Rock Creek Park, where residents can enjoy hiking trails, biking and jogging trails, and horseback riding trails.  Only a few blocks down the hill, residents can find fine dining, shopping, and nightlife in nearby Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, and

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2101 Connecticut Ave NW

Trees, friendliness and old-time charm are draws in the Kalorama neighborhood in northwest DC.  It’s a unique blend of urban and suburban, and within walking distance to the Woodley Park Metro Station.  Residents tend to stay a while in this D.C. neighborhood.  We have featured below some of our favorite Kalorama Triangle developments---all historic residences set in beautifully ornate architecture featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

2029 Connecticut in Kalorama is a 7-story Beaux Arts-style building featuring only 26 condo and penthouse residences.  The historic property is a highly sought-after address, and has been home to many of Washington’s elite, such as President William Howard Taft, singer Lena Horne, as well as Presidential

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2029 connecticut avenue nw washington dc

One of Kalorama’s most famous and coveted buildings, 2029 Connecticut Avenue, has an enviable location and top building amenities.  Its residents live in one of DC’s most sought-after condo buildings in the Beaux Arts traditional styles that sits high on top of Connecticut Avenue enjoying sweeping views of the city.  It is an easy walk to the vibrant neighborhoods of Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle, and convenient to both the Dupont Circle and Woodley Park Metro stations on the Red Line.  Taxis frequently pass in front of the building on Connecticut Avenue.  Walk to restaurants and shops in Kalorama, and nearby Dupont Circle.  It enjoys close proximity to Reagan National Airport, the Kennedy Center and the White House.  Adjacent to the building, there is

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The upscale and quietly affluent neighborhood of Kalorama in northwest DC is the kind of place where doormen still welcome residents home, and streets are lined with stately trees unveiling estate homes.  Distinguished colonial homes exude elegance and grandeur with manicured gardens and marble fountains.  The prestigious Kalorama neighborhood’s sophisticated aura lends many a home to Washington elite, ambassadors and statesmen.  Kalorama is nicely located between the nightlife of Dupont Circle and Georgetown, which are minutes away.  It is accessible from the Dupont Circle and Woodley Park Metro Stations on the Red Line, and served by mass transit Metro bus lines.

Bordered by Connecticut Avenue, Columbia Road, Calvert Street, and Rock Creek Park, both

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While many recognize Kalorama as a single neighborhood, it is actually comprised of two distinct enclaves, Kalorama Triangle and Sheridan-Kalorama.  Both enclaves have their own housing styles and unique charm in this luxurious section of Washington, DC.

The tree-lined streets of Kalorama Triangle are bounded by Columbia Road, NW, on the east and south; Connecticut Avenue, NW, Rock Creek Park on the west; and Calvert Street, NW, on the north.  It is conveniently located within walking distance to the Woodley Park/Zoo Metro Station and Dupont Circle Metro Station.  This historic area enjoys hilly terrain, gentle breezes and great views over DC.

Kalorama Triangle has historically embraced 3 styles of architecture: English Arts and Crafts, Georgian

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Kalorama Triangle is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.  Kalorama Triangle is a residential enclave bounded by 3 major thoroughfares: Connecticut Avenue, Calvert Street and Columbia Road.  This Historic district is known for its beautiful homes and embassies nestled among tree-lined streets.  The 19th century construction of bridges and the introduction of two major streetcar lines formed Kalorama Triangle and established its urban character.

The architectural styles of Kalorama Triangle are English Arts and Crafts, Georgian Revival and Mediterranean.  Picturesque streets lined with restored early 20th century handsome row houses and condo developments are anchored by grand apartment buildings.  Kalorama Triangle’s distinct

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Standing guard over the intersection of 20th Street NW and Kalorama Road, the Mendota protects this corner the way a left tackle protects a quarterback.  The Mendota, which is featured in Goode's Best Addresses, was the first apartment building constructed in Kalorama Triangle.  At the time of its construction in 1901, the Mendota offered an upscale housing alternative to owning a DC rowhouse.  Over the next 26 years after the completion of the Mendota, 25 additional apartment buildings would be constructed in Kalorama Triangle.

The 1910 Census details the upper-middle class nature of the Mendota whose residents included two Library of Congress librarians, four lawyers, two druggists, two teachers, ten clerks, two clergyman, a geologist, a curator,

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Tucked between Connecticut Avenue, Columbia Road and Calvert Street in NW DC, Kalorama Triangle is a popular and convenient neighborhood.  The neighborhood has easy access to the Woodley Park Metro Station, which is located just over the Duke Wellington Bridge.  Kalorama Triangle residents also walk to the Dupont Circle Metro Station.

Kalorama Triangle was first developed in the 1890s and features grand apartment buildings intermingled with traditional DC rowhouses along its leafy streets.  Architectural styles in Kalorama Triangle include English Arts and Crafts, Georgian Revival and Mediterranean.  Several of the of the grand apartment buildings in the Kalorama Triangle are featured in James Goode's Best Addresses.

Condo and co-op developments in

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