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.
Mount Pleasant Homes And Condos For Sale
From its diverse eateries to its culture and nearby nightlife, Mount Pleasant is truly one of DC’s coolest neighborhoods. Home to a mix of longstanding residents, families, and young ... Read more about Why Mount Pleasant is One of the Coolest Neighborhoods in DC
With a history spanning generations, the Mount Pleasant of today can be traced back to a large estate. A land grant to a man named James Holmead in the 1700s resulted in an estate covering the area ... Read more about The History of Mount Pleasant
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 ... Read more about Klingle Valley Trail Now Open
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 ... Read more about Mitchell Condominiums: New Mount Pleasant Development
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 ... Read more about The Shafer: Boutique and Unique Mount Pleasant Condos