Washington | DC
This stunning home in sought-after 16th Street Heights is filled with abundant light, adorned with beautiful oak hardwoods and quality updates throughout. High ceilings embrace the spacious living room and dining room open floor plan graced with the warmth of a wood burning fireplace making this an ideal home for entertaining family and friends. Designer kitchen with white cabinetry, granite counters, white subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and desk area.
Relax on the front porch swing or enjoy the seclusion of the backyard, flagstone patio. Private garage for one car and ample storage for bikes or other equipment.
Great measures have been taken to enhance and preserve the integrity of this home. It is in exceptional condition. A true gem in a quiet neighborhood, this home is walkable to shops, grocery stores, restaurants and public transportation
Built in 1920
Square Footage: 1,557
Living Room – Dining Room Open Floor Plan with High Ceilings and Spacious Designer Kitchen
Two Additional Bedrooms
One Full Bath
Large Unfinished Basement with Side Entrance
Wide Front Porch with Swing
Fenced in Back Yard Patio
Sixteenth Street Heights is a large neighborhood of rowhouses, duplexes, and American Craftsman and American Foursquare detached houses in Northwest Washington, D.C. Unlike the neighboring areas of Brightwood, Columbia Heights, and Petworth, 16th Street Heights has few commercial districts. Aside from a handful of corner shops in other areas of the neighborhood, businesses are confined to Georgia Avenue, 14th Street between Buchanan Street and Decatur Street, and the area surrounding the intersection of 14th Street, Colorado Avenue, and Kennedy Street. The Columbia Heights business district also extends up to Shepherd Street in the southern end of the neighborhood. Many residents drive elsewhere for most of their shopping.
A part of Washington County until passage of the District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871, Sixteenth Street Heights was developed as a series of subdivisions. Streetcar lines on 14th Street and Georgia Avenue accelerated the growth of the area. The 14th Street line, which originally stopped at Park Road, was extended in late 1906 for the purpose of spurring growth in the area. Two historic streetcar facilities are currently used for Metrobus: the Capital Traction Company car barn at 4615 14th Street, NW, is now the Northern Division garage, and the 14th and Colorado turnaround is the terminal for some 52, 53, and 54 buses. In the 21st century, Sixteenth Street Heights has seen a tremendous transformation. Houses on every street are being renovated inside and out. Many young families have moved there because homes in Sixteenth Street Heights tend to be more affordable than similar ones in many other neighborhoods in DC and close-in suburbs. They are also attracted by the diverse housing stock and the proximity to Carter Barron Amphitheater and Rock Creek Park.