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kingman park - washington dc

If you’re in the market for your very first home, Kingman Park is a good option to begin your search in the DC area. The neighborhood is a great value, especially when it comes to first-time home buyers.

Many of the homes of Kingman Park are brick rowhouses with large front porches ideal for families and neighbors. Mostly built up around the 1920s to 1940s, some of the homes of Kingman Park have been recently renovated to add in such upscale features and finishes as stainless steel appliances and granite or quartz countertops.

Of course, you’ll also find plenty of charming character with many of the homes in this neighborhood. That’s not to say all of the homes are older homes.

You will also likely find some newer construction options,

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kingman park real estate

DC Condo Boutique team member Fleur Howgill represented the buyer of a condo located at 125 15th Street NE, Washington, DC 20002 in the Kingman Park neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR | 2 BA | 994 SF and closed on March 29th, 2019 for $617,000 | $621 SF.

15th Street NE between Constitution Avenue and East Capitol Street in the Kingman Park neighborhood is the location for this spacious two bedroom condo. Upscale appointments include volume ceilings, oak floors, a wall of windows and a private rear balcony. The excitement and energy of the H Street Corridor is within walking distance of this location.

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kingman park - washington dc

A true hidden jewel of DC, the Kingman Park neighborhood offers historic properties and an active group of local residents. Mostly comprised of 1920s-era rowhouses and condos, Kingman Park was once marketed as a mostly African American community, but over the years has become more diverse.

What hasn’t changed, though, is the continued effort of locals to stand up to developers over the years, helping to maintain some of the historic charm of the original neighborhood. A thriving community by the 1930s, Kingman Park was already home by then to hundreds of residences and some newly constructed schools.

Over the decades, though, developers eyed the location for even more, including things like a new Metro station, an expanded freeway, a theme park

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eleven 15th - 11 15th st ne dc 20002

A new conversion project is coming to Kingman Park, where developers are just finishing up construction of Eleven15th. Only a handful of residences remain in the new condo building, situated in one of DC’s most desirable, up-and-coming areas.

With a total of 10 condos to choose from, a majority of the units of Eleven15th are one-bedrooms, starting at 550 square feet in size. In addition, the building also offers several two-bedroom condos, with homes of up to 750 square feet of living space.

The upscale condos feature such upgrades as hardwood floors, oversized windows and high ceilings, plus stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. Other desirable features of the residences include floating vanities in the baths and the option of

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17 solar condos kingman park

One of the area’s most affordable neighborhoods, Kingman Park is filled with brick row houses, a walk-able DC neighborhood close to downtown and to outdoor recreation. From its convenient proximity to Capitol Hill to its many trails and even a community garden, Kingman Park offers an eclectic mix of opportunities for its residents.

Once a mostly African American community, this family-friendly neighborhood is now more diverse, with young professionals and working class residents coming together as neighbors. It’s common to see residents meet up on front porches or work together to grow flowers and vegetables in the flourishing community garden.

With mostly well-maintained properties, much of the real estate within Kingman Park still consists of

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Two new modern condominium developments are being constructed and open for sales in the Kingman Park neighborhood in Northeast DC. Located close to Capitol Hill and the vibrant H Street Corridor, both the Number 16 and 17 Solar condo developments are seeing brisk sales in response to strong building features and locations walking distance to many transportation options: Stadium-Armory Metro Station, a soon-to-come trolley along Benning Road; a free shuttle between Gallery Place and Chinatown Metro Station in the evenings; and several Metro bus lines.  The area is walking distance to desirable shopping, dining and entertainment.  The boundaries of Kingman Park are 15th Street NE to the west; East Capitol Street NE to the south; Benning Road NE to the

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The tiny, close-knit residential neighborhood of Kingman Park in Northeast DC is one of the last affordable areas in DC to buy a house.  This is a neighborhood where you see residents taking their morning walks, jogging and talking to each other from their front porches.  Statuesque elm trees dot the neighborhood.  Kingman Park’s location is minutes from downtown DC and next to I-295, and solidly positioned for ease of commuting to work.  Buses and Metro are nearby.  The neighborhood is also walking distance to hotspot H Street restaurants and nightlife, close to Capitol Hill, the Arboretum and Langston Golf Course.

You will find beautiful, mature willow trees lining the streets in Kingman Park whose boundaries are 15th Street NE to the west; C

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Eco-friendly brand new 17 Solar is one of DC’s most progressive communities offering 26 glass, solar-powered modern homes near “hot” 17th Street, NE between D and E Streets.  The development integrates solar cells and high-efficiency finishes to its design that look modern and reduce energy consumption.  The 17 Solar townhomes will be delivered in March 2015. Urban living with its mix of luxury condos and townhomes near the H Street, NE corridor, 17 Solar is also close to Capitol Hill.  The H Street Corridor is one of the “it” neighborhoods in the District, with a wealth of restaurants, bars, theaters and nightlife.  Trolley service is expected to begin in the near future.  Residents are close to both the Union Station Metro and the Eastern Market

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