1915 Condominium Residences For Sale
Washington, DC condos for sale are often named after their addresses—hence 1915, a condominium residence located at 1915 Calvert Street NW in the super trendy Adams Morgan neighborhood. This beautiful 1906 Beaux Arts building is an architectural gem with pedimented windows and other exquisite exterior detailing. There are 16 one and two-bedroom residences here, generally listing from around $500,000 to $800,000.
Typical to DC Metro, overlapping neighborhoods are the norm here and you’ll sometimes hear this address associated with Kalorama to the west and Mount Pleasant to the north. That’s a bit of a technicality, however—1915 Calvert is east of Rock Creek Park and south of Harvard Street, and that makes it Adams Morgan! It’s also in the 20009 zip code.
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Additional Info About 1915 Condominium Residences
Condos for sale in this meticulously restored and updated structure range from 900 to 1265 square feet. The flooring is the original hardwood which has been beautifully revitalized. There is crown molding, original pocket doors, original window trim with new Pella frames, balconies, terraces or patios depending on the floor plan, and fireplaces in each unit. The bathrooms have Asian hardwood floors and the gourmet kitchens feature Costa Esmeralda granite counters, Italian porcelain backsplash tiles, Kraftmaid cabs and stainless steel appliances.
Also worth noting is a bike room, extra storage, a myriad of design details unique to each unit and pet friendly status—take your pal right next door to the park! This is a very walkable neighborhood, with groceries nearby at the Yes! Organic Market, and a host of popular eateries like Mama Ayeshas, Perry’s, Mintwood Place, Cashion’s Eat Place, North Sea and so many more.
With bike and running trails, the next-door National Zoo, the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro and too many galleries, shops and other urban delights to single out, condos for sale at 1915 are highly desirable, climbing fast in price and hard to snag. But you can try!