Washington | DC
In the heart of NOMA/Gallaudet, a few blocks from both bustling Union Market and the H Street/Atlas Corridor, this beautiful single-family brick row home is ideally located. Enjoy easygoing city living in one of DC’s most enticing neighborhoods, just a short commute to Barracks Row, Eastern Market, Ivy City, National Arboretum, The Fields at RFK, Swampoodle park, Union Station, and Downtown attractions.
A light-filled and warm interior renovated fully in 2015 includes: 3 Bedrooms upstairs (2 large and one smaller) 2 Full baths total 1 half bath Main floor Connected basement with 8″ ceilings (not represented in pictures) 2 rooms/office/gym downstairs 1 full bath Kitchenette (Fridge, Sink) Rear Separate Entrance Significant upgrades include: bright interior painting (2021), bathroom refresh, new 200-amp heavy-up, fully-owned solar panels (2018), replaced water service line (2015), replaced roof (2015), repointed exterior brick (2016). Features tankless water heater, dual-zone HVAC. Newly painted decks, and exterior. The inside of the home is perfectly proportioned. Enjoy the multiple outdoor areas, including front porch and garden, back balcony on the second floor, and sizable back porch. Fully-owned solar panels both generate SRECS income (approx. $400 income per month) AND subsidize your utilities.
Live just a short commute from downtown, and a stone’s throw from numerous Metrobus stops, bike rental station, and MBT and other bike trails. 10 minute walk to NoMa-Gallaudet Metro. Includes off-street parking for minivan-sized car. Parks nearby included Sherwood, JO Cole, Tanner, and much more! Located in the most sought-after part of NoMa/Gallaudet/Atlas Corridor. Walkable to so many things soon to be fully accessible in the Great Reopening! Here you can become part of the established NoMa community while positioning yourself to capitalize on the current/future Union Market development. So much to enjoy, and so much more in the coming months and years. Welcome home! Please Note: no basement photos included, must-see in person, OCCUPIED, please give 2 hour notice.
Stretching from Union Station to the south and Q and R streets NE to the north, this rapidly developing area takes its name from its location north of Massachusetts Avenue NE. It is best known as a transportation hub and the home of Union Market, a restored grocery and specialty food hall that’s at the epicenter of DC’s gourmet scene. It’s also home to Gallaudet University, the nation’s only college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, and National Public Radio.
Union Market, located in a restored, mid-century food hall, caters to couples, kids and chefs with its mix of restaurants, kitchen supply retailers and gourmet shops selling spices, meat and such. Creative businesses have popped up in the industrial zone surrounding the market, too, including an Angelika movie theater, the Dolcezza Gelato & Coffee Factory and Masseria, a Michelin-starred Italian restaurant from chef Nicholas Stefanelli. For International Women’s Day in 2015, LA-based graffiti artist Mr. Brainwash created a heart-filled mural at Union Market that has quickly become one of the neighborhood’s most Instagramable images. Even first lady Michelle Obama had her photo taken there, when she met the artist.
Shops and restaurants have also opened in redeveloped historic buildings like the Hecht’s Warehouse, an early 20th-century department-store storage facility that is now home to a distilleries, acclaimed restaurants and much more, and the Uline Arena, a barrel-vaulted brick building that hosted the Beatles first U.S. concert and now holds a flagship REI store and more. The second-busiest Amtrak hub in the nation, Union Station is situated along Massachusetts Avenue NE. With shopping, restaurants and tours galore, Union Station is a good first stop on your trip to the NoMa neighborhood. You can also find Capital Bikeshare stations near NoMa, or hop on the eight-mile-long Metropolitan Branch Trail here, which goes all the way to Silver Spring, Md.