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707 56th Place NE | RLAH

707 56th Place NE

Washington | DC



Welcome Home to Deanwood! This Renovated 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath + Den Home has a Large Main Level that allows for a comfortable flow. Flooded with Light, this Townhouse Features Gleaming Hardwood Floors Upon Entry. Experience the Well-Positioned Kitchen that has Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Countertops, and Beautiful Modern Grey Cabinets. This Level Contains a Half Bath with a Gorgeous Vanity to Impress Guests. The Large Family Room is a Wonderful Entertaining Space that Rounds out the Main Level. The Wide Stairway leads to The Upper Level. This Floor has 3 Well Proportioned Bedrooms with Ample Closet Space, Natural Sunlight, and a Full Bathroom with Large Porcelain Tiles. The Lower Level Holds the Laundry Room, Utility Room, Den, and Bonus Space. Everything in this Home is New! Electric, HVAC, Plumbing, Finishes, this house has been completely renovated. The Property is Centrally Located right off of Eastern Ave, and only .5 Miles to the Metro so do not delay, call Kore Property Group for a Private and Safe Showing.

Deanwood is a neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C., bounded by Eastern Avenue to the northeast, Kenilworth Avenue to the northwest, Division Avenue to the southeast, and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to the south. One of Northeast’s oldest neighborhoods, Deanwood’s relatively low-density, small wood-frame and brick homes, and dense tree cover gives it a small-town character that is unique in the District of Columbia. Much of its housing stock dates from the early 20th century. Several well-known African-American architects, including W. Sidney Pittman and Howard D. Woodson, and many skilled local craftsmen designed and built many of its homes. 


The neighborhood was once home to Nannie Helen Burroughs, an early civil rights leader and the founder of the National Training School for Women and Girls, an independent boarding school for African-American girls founded in 1909 and located on 50th Street, NE. Marvin Gaye was also born and raised in this neighborhood. From 1921 to 1940, Deanwood was also home to Suburban Gardens (50th and Hayes NE), an amusement park that served thousands. It is served by the Deanwood Metro station on the Orange Line.

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