Edgewood is a neighborhood located in the northeast quadrant of Washington, DC. Originally farmland and later an estate for US Treasury Secretary and Chief Justice Salmon Chase, Edgewood was plated into a residential neighborhood after the B & O railroad was built just east of the estate. DC row houses are the dominate architecture in Edgewood with new developments like Chancellor's Row designed in this style.
The boundaries of Edgewood are Lincoln Road and Glennwood cemetary to the west, Rhode Island Avenue to the south Red Line Metro tracks to the east and Irving Street, Michigan Avenue and Monroe Street to the North. Neighborhoods adjacent to Edgewood include Bloomingdale, Eckington, Brentwood, Brookland and Stronghold. Edgewood is served by the Brookland-CUA Metro station (Red Line).
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With a true taste of serenity in the city, peaceful Chancellor's Row enjoys a convenient location and a peaceful setting. This newer construction, townhouse development is found in the Edgewood neighborhood, a collection of more than 200 recently constructed four-story townhomes.
With upscale features and finishes, the luxury townhomes are noted for their gourmet kitchens, private garages and rooftop terraces. Additionally, the homes are also outfitted with hardwood flooring and upsca... Read More
The best way to get downtown from upper DC and the Maryland suburbs by bike is via the Metropolitan Branch Trail. The trail is interesting and colorful as you ride past nature and industry on DC’s eastern side. The Metropolitan Branch winds through a cross-section of DC that is mostly industrial with taxi depots; car repair lots; and trash transfer points that serve the city. The trail wraps around the Metro’s Red Line on the edge. As you travel on the trail by bike or if you choose t... Read More
Don’t miss the final act---90 sold out Exquisite townhomes in the Edgewood/Brookland neighborhood of DC offer a small town-inspired setting focused on open green spaces, large front yards and fine living. Chancellor’s Row is a new community of luxury townhomes by developer EYA. Boasting a premier location on the corner of 7th Street, NE and Jackson Street and just 4 blocks from the Brookland Metro Station (Red Line), 3 stops from Union Station and a mere 3 miles... Read More
The Edgewood neighborhood of DC, nestled between Catholic University and Brookland, is home to EYA's newest DC town home development called Chancellor's Row. This location is just steps from the Brookland Metro (Red Line) Station and only three stops from Union Station. The shops of Brookland including Yes Organic Market and Starbucks, the new ABDO Town Center, Catholic University and Trinity University are all within walking distiance of Chancellor's Row.With the stone buildings ... Read More
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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2018 at 12:07am EST.