McLean Gardens is a historic neighborhood in northwest Washington, DC, that is home to more than 1000 residents living in 31 garden-apartment buildings that include condos, duplexes, flats, and lofts. The community was originally built in 1942 on the estate of former publisher, John R. McLean, as temporary housing for wartime defense workers and converted to condos in 1980. Today, the area offers residents a park-like setting minutes away from urban conveniences such as shopping, dining, and entertainment. Read more about McLean Gardens.
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The Prestigious Community Of Mclean Gardens, Situated On 23 Acres At The Edge Of Glover Archbold Park, Offers A Park-like Setting. Conveniently Located Near An Urban Environment With Dining, Shopping And Services, Entertainment, Metrobus, And Metrorail. Thi...
For urban amenities in a park-like setting, McLean Gardens delivers an exceptional setting for buyers interested in living in Northwest Washington. Originally built as temporary federal housing during World War II, to this day its considered one of the most coveted addresses in the DC area.
After serving its original role, McLean Gardens was later sold, managed as a rental property, and then eventually converted to condos in the early 1980s. At nearly two-dozen acres in size, the wood... Read More
For urban living in a parklike setting, it’s time to explore the possibilities of living in McClean Gardens. This historic community sits in Northwest DC, right on the edge of Glover-Archbold Park, yet also just a stroll away from shopping, dining, entertainment options, and public transportation.
Situated on nearly two-dozen acres of wooded property, McLean Gardens is home to dozens of condo buildings. Originally constructed around the early 1940s to house World War II-era defense w... 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
McLean Gardens is a historic residential community located in Northwest DC along Wisconsin Avenue, just north of Cathedral Heights. Over the years the political elite, white-collar professionals and diplomats have called McLean Gardens home. The McLean Gardens community was originally built in 1942 on the estate of John McLean, a former publisher. He wanted to provide his estate as temporary housing for wartime defense employees.
McLean Gardens was originally comprised of 31 red brick... Read More
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