Mount Pleasant is a neighborhood located in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, DC. Mount Pleasant developed in the early part of the 20th century as a streetcar line was extended to the neighborhood. Today approximately ten thousand residents live in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood. The architecture of Mount Pleasant includes a predominance of row houses intermingled with single-family homes and condos, co-ops and apartment buildings along Sixteenth and Mount Pleasant Streets.
The boundaries of Mount Pleasant are Sixteenth Street to the east, Harvard Street to the south and Rock Creek Park to the west and the north. Mount Pleasant is bordered by Adams Morgan to the south and Columbia Heights to the east.
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A Stylish Mix Of Modern Luxury And Urban Sophistication, The Davis At 1844 Monroe St Nw Consists Of Two New Construction Meticulously Curated Residences. Designed By Jd Ireland Interior Architecture + Design And Notable Cunningham | Quill Architects, The Pe...
A Stylish Mix Of Modern Luxury And Urban Sophistication, The Davis At 1844 Monroe St Nw Consists Of Two New Construction Meticulously Curated Residences. Designed By Jd Ireland Interior Architecture + Design And Notable Cunningham | Quill Architects, Unit 1...
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One of DC’s most popular neighborhoods, housing continues to be in-demand in Mount Pleasant. While part of its appeal is no doubt its location, the neighborhood’s diversity is also a big draw for many future buyers.
For generations that community has continued to change and adapt to the needs of its residents. The neighborhood credits much of that diversity to its past.
Originally marketed to middle class and upper middle-class residents, Mount Pleasant attracted some big names to t... Read More
With a small town atmosphere, Mount Pleasant is easily one of the most charming and desirable neighborhoods in the DC area. It’s entirely possible to get lost in the unique vibe, with all the comforts of a city lifestyle yet the feel of living in a smaller and more charming place.
Situated between Columbia Heights and Adams Morgan, this quieter neighborhood is actually one of the area’s very first streetcar suburbs. While it’s only a short walk from the Metro, it sometimes feels world... Read More
It’s taken more than a quarter of a century, but the Klingle Valley Trail is now open, giving people a new option to replace the long ago closed stretch of Klingle Road NW. Not even a mile in length, the old stretch of roadway, running from Cleveland Park to Mount Pleasant through Rock Creek Park was prone to drainage and maintenance problems, eventually closed to traffic when a storm washed out a large section of it in the early 1990s.
Political leaders, environmentalists and locals ... Read More
The 5th hottest neighborhood in the country for home sales in 2016 is DC’s own Mount Pleasant according to the real estate firm, Redfin. Factors in the rankings included the neighborhood’s ratio of homes sold to homes listed, Redfin’s user searches, and number of properties sold above their asking prices. Mount Pleasant lies adjacent to Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights, with restaurants, shops, and nightlife. Redfin named Chicago’s Ukrainian Village as the number one hottest neighborh... Read More
The small-town village feel of the Mount Pleasant neighborhood comes from its main street full of sidewalks and tree-lined streets, town square and distinct boundaries. As DC has grown, Mount Pleasant has evolved into a fashionable street with burgeoning businesses, churches and condo buildings. Mount Pleasant is filled with beautiful architecture, a refreshing cultural diversity, and a rapidly growing number of young professionals with a zest for upscale coffee houses and eclectic rest... Read More
A new conversion development in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood is nearing completion and now available for sale. In a neighborhood dominated by single-family homes, there are a limited number of condo units available in Mount Pleasant, particularly on quiet tree-lined side streets like Newton Street.
The Mitchell Condominiums is a ten-unit development in a meticulously restored brick apartment building originally constructed in 1925. The project offers private outdoor spaces and co... Read More
The long neglected mansion located at the corner of 18th and Monroe Streets in Mount Pleasant is coming back to life as a boutique condo development called The Shafer. The project draws its name from Charles Shafer, the President of American Fire Insurance Company who originally built the mansion in 1909.
The Shafer, which is expected to deliver in 2012, features 12 one and two bedroom condos in this stately structure and adjacent carriage house. The Developer, Community Three which... Read More
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Listing information last updated on January 25th, 2020 at 5:30pm EST.