Updated Dupont Circle Rowhouse on Tree-lined Street with Parking!
Lovingly updated 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath wide rowhome features an inviting front porch, updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The open main level with living and dining room makes entertaining a delight. Bright master bedroom with a private deck! Great outdoor space with additional (third outdoor space) rear deck and TWO off-street parking spaces.
Walking distance to local landmarks such as Adams Morgan, Jack Rose, El Tamarindo, and countless more restaurants and bars as well as Metro and shopping. This is a walker’s paradise with a Walk Score of 97!
Dupont Circle is a park, traffic circle, historic district and neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C. Served by the Washington Metro Red Line at the Dupont Circle Metro station, the neighborhood is located in the “Old City” of D.C. Planned by architect Pierre Charles L’Enfant, the area remained largely undeveloped until after the Civil War.
During the 1870s and 80s, mansions were built along Massachusetts Avenue and townhouses were built throughout the neighborhood. Connecticut Avenue became more commercial. As development continued, traffic congestion made it necessary to modify the traffic circle, add tunnels and an underground streetcar station that functioned until 1962.
Following a concerted effort to recover from decades of damage done starting with the 1968 riots over the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., gentrification has caused the area to become a more mainstream location with restaurants, bars, coffeehouses and upscale retail locations. Homes include rowhouses primarily built before 1900, rare palatial mansions, freestanding houses built in the styles popular in the late 1800s and Italianates.
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Kathleen represents a new generation of real-estate professionals. Since she began her residential real estate career in 2000, she’s been ranked among the top Realtors nationwide. The foundation of her thriving practice is her substantive knowledge about the D.C. market and the complexities of real estate transactions, and her high level of service to every client, including sellers, buyers, and developers alike.
Before joining Compass, Kathleen founded her own successful brokerage, Towne Residential. In moving her group to Compass, she saw the opportunity to focus more of her energy on the parts of the job she loves the most—providing personal attention and careful guidance to each client. Before she entered the residential real estate field, Kathleen was the Director of National Marketing for Core Location, a Bethesda-based real estate development company. In addition to her real estate work, Kathleen is a managing director in Cityscape Development, a D.C.-based residential real estate development company.
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