- 2 Beds
- 1 Baths
- 897 SqFt
3701 Connecticut Ave Condos For Sale
3701 Connecticut Avenue, Washington D.C.
Located at 3701 Connecticut Avenue NW in the Cleveland Park neighborhood is the Wilshire Park condo building, also commonly referred to by its address. This large building appears U-shaped from the front but also has an additional wing protruding from the back. The nine-story complex was delivered in 1951 and offers a blend of Arc Deco and mid-century modernism with clean lines and wide wrap-around windows at the corners.
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Additional Info About 3701 Connecticut Condominium Residences
Wilshire Park is in Washington, DC's 20008 zip code and was originally apartment rentals before converting to condos for sale. There are 257 residences here, most of which are one-bedroom units, with a lesser number of studios. Floor plans run from around 500 to 914 square feet with corner units providing the most space. Condos for sale in this building have recently listed in the $200s and $300s.
While there has been some building updates over the years, the bulk of interior renovations have been left up to individual owners. Many residences still have their original parquet hardwood floors. Similarly, some kitchens tend toward the original galley styles while others have been updated with granite counters and the like. The windows are large, and rear-facing units enjoy beautiful views of Melvin Hazen Park which is directly behind the building.
Common amenities at 3701 Connecticut Avenue include a large lobby with front desk and concierge service, a large gym and an expansive tiled roof deck with lounge furniture and tables. Residents also enjoy extra storage, a huge front courtyard and circular drive, parking, and an easy stroll to the Cleveland Park Metro Station—just two blocks away.
The building is one of several large condo complexes in Cleveland Park—a residential community that dates back to 1793 when Maryland congressman Uriah Forest built an estate in the fledgling DC wilderness. A century late President Cleveland built a summer home here—hence the neighborhood’s name. And all these years later it’s still a quiet and pleasant community, albeit with a number of great restaurants along Connecticut Avenue.
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