Cathedral Heights is a quiet residential neighborhood in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, DC. Located close to the stately National Cathedral, the neighborhood features single-family detached homes, Edwardian row houses as well as condos, co-ops, and more traditional apartments, found largely on Wisconsin Avenue. With its multiple metro bus routes, Wisconsin Avenue provides quick access to Georgetown, Friendship Heights and Bethesda.
Cathedral Heights is about a 20 minute walk from the Cleveland Park metro stop and is bounded by Woodley Road to the North, Fulton Street to the South, Wisconsin Avenue to the East and Glover-Archbold Park and Idaho Avenue to the West.
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Beautifully Proportioned Rooms, With High Ceilings Are A Hallmark Of This Gracious, Elegant Large Apartment On The Bright And Sunny Seventh Floor. There Are Three Exposures And Views Of The National Cathedral. An Inviting Spacious Hall Leads To A Formal D...
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Elegantly perched high atop one of the city’s highest points, The Westchester presents a grand lifestyle. This historic DC cooperative was originally constructed in the early 1930s. The former home of US congressmen, judges and senators, the property is now part of DC’s Best Addresses.
Originally planned for eight buildings, only five buildings went up. Never the less this still made it Washington’s largest luxury apartment house of its time. Now decades later, more than 500 apartment... Read More
With a prime address in Cathedral Heights, the Cathedral Avenue Cooperative offers up a mix of apartment homes just a short walk from everything. Not far from Washington Cathedral or American University, the co-op sits in a quiet area, yet remains close to the many offerings of the surrounding city.
Found just off Massachusetts and Wisconsin avenues, the property is part of Northwest DC, but it’s also a desirable distance away from many other neighborhoods in the DC area, from downtow... Read More
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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 th... Read More
With large balconies and a pet-friendly atmosphere, 3900 Watson Place delivers an impressive setting in the quiet Cathedral Heights neighborhood. The co-op is actually made up of two adjacent buildings, totaling more than 140 residential units.
The various floor plans within the buildings often include two-bedrooms and two-baths, sometimes with around 1,200 square feet of living space. Each unit within the property additionally allows for large windows and an oversized balcony or terr... Read More
DC Condo Boutique team member Fleur Howgill represented the buyer of a condo at The Colonnade, located at 2801 New Mexico Avenue NW 516, Washington, DC 20007 in the Cathedral Heights neighborhood. This condo features 1 BR / 2 BA / 1,110 SF and closed on May 22nd, 2018 for $518,000 / $467 SF.
This well-renovated condo at the Colonnade features a large master suite and a smaller 2nd bedroom that can also be used as a home office. Amenities at The Colonnade include a heated pool, gym, sa... Read More
The Westchester co-operative, designed by highly regarded architect Harvey Warwick, harks back to a time of refined elegance. An elegant and comfortable place to call home, The Westchester was built in 1931 on one of the highest points in the city and is included among James Goode’s “Best Addresses.”
The Westchester is a luxury complex of two buildings with over 500 grand residences, ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Many co-op apartments have views overlooking the National Cathe... Read More
Washington National Cathedral is considered to be a national house of prayer for all people, and its beauty has earned it a 3 spot by the American Institute of Architects’ list of favorite architecture. The idea for a national cathedral dates all the way back to President George Washington. In 1893, Congress granted a charter to the Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation of DC to build a Cathedral for national purposes. President Benjamin Harrison signed into law what is now known a... Read More
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Listing information last updated on January 19th, 2019 at 5:15pm EST.