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313 Elm Street NW | RLAH

313 Elm Street NW

Washington | DC


This is a beautifully updated 4 bedroom/3.5 bath residence in historic LeDroit Park. The natural light and hardwood floors make it feel both cozy and spacious. The living room, dining room, and kitchen open onto each other, making it great for gatherings, holiday parties, and just plain relaxing. The large, renovated kitchen has lots of cabinet space, granite countertops, a double wall oven, and stainless-steel appliances. From the kitchen, you can step into the fenced backyard, ready for gardening or outdoor entertaining.


The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and a fully renovated bath. The basement is finished, with a full bath and kitchenette and its own entrance. It’s perfect as an in-law suite or an opportunity for rental income.


Nearby Florida Ave, Rhode Island Ave, and New Jersey Ave allow you to easily cut the commute time to all of the nearby hotspots for both work and play. Shaw, Bloomingdale, U Street, Logan Circle/14th Street, Adams Morgan, Downtown, Chinatown, Capitol Hill, Columbia Heights/Mt. Pleasant and NoMa are all easily walkable or a cheap Uber fare from your front door.


A DC Shared Bike stand is directly next to the home, the Shaw and U Street Metro stations are within easy walking distance and I-395 is accessible in less than 10 minutes. You can go anywhere in or out of the District quickly and conveniently!


The neighborhood is thriving and has convenient dining options like Shaw’s Tavern, Red Hen, Boundary Stone, and Big Bear Café. The recent addition of Landmark’s Atlantic Plumbing Cinema and the soon-to-open Whole Foods help make this one of the city’s most desirable places to live.


Learn more about LeDroit Park online:

LeDroit Park is a neighborhood in Washington, D.C. located immediately southeast of Howard University. The area is known for its history and 19th century protected architecture. The community’s diversity entices new residents to the community, as well as its close proximity to the Shaw–Howard University Metro station and many dining options. The neighborhood was founded in 1873 by Amzi Barber, a businessman who served on the board of trustees of neighboring Howard University. Barber named the neighborhood after his father-in-law, LeDroict Langdon, but dropped the ⟨c⟩.



As one of the first suburbs of Washington, LeDroit Park was developed and marketed as a “romantic” neighborhood with narrow tree-lined streets that bore the same names as the trees that shaded them, differing from the street names used in the rest of the city. Extensive focus was placed on the landscaping of this neighborhood, as developers spent a large sum of money to plant flower beds and trees to attract high-profile professionals from the city.  Griffith Stadium, the home of the Washington Redskins and Washington Senators was also located here until 1965 when the Howard University Hospital was built where it used to stand. Le Droit Park includes Anna J. Cooper Circle, named for the education pioneer.


Today, the neighborhood’s historic value is officially recognized as the LeDroit Park Historic District. The historic district includes the Mary Church Terrell House, a U.S. National Historic Landmark. The neighborhood was awarded a place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. On October 17, 2015, the LeDroit Park Heritage Trail was opened. Featuring 16 signs, the 90-minute walking tour chronicles the history of the neighborhood and its residents. The Trail begins where Florida Avenue, 6th and T Streets, NW meet at the “gateway” to LeDroit Park.



Sean Forschler


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