Macomb House Condos For Sale

2710 Macomb St NW, Washington, D.C.

In Washington, DC, a city that is both very old and very new, condos for sale in 1960s era buildings are uncommon. But that is exactly what the Macomb House is—a garden-style garden complex built in 1960 that ultimately converted to condominium. There are 58 residential units here, mostly studios and one-bedroom units. The building is located at 2710 Macomb Street NW in DC’s Cleveland Park neighborhood.

The architectural style of the Macomb House could best be described as a brick rectangular box, although there are those who will make Art Deco references. Regardless, the three-story structure is pleasant enough, with an ultra-wide front lobby and surrounded by mature trees and shrubbery. The complex backs up against woodlands from Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo. Walk to see the animals!

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Condos for sale at the Macomb House range in size from around 400 to 800 square feet. The studio units have sleeping alcoves, while the one-bedroom models have formal dining rooms that can be used for other living purposes. The original floors are parquet, but many owners have switched to traditional hardwoods. The same applies to kitchens, with many upgraded to the modern age with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. List prices typically run from around $210,000 to $385,000.

The Cleveland Park neighborhood dates back to a country estate built in 1793 that was renovated by President Grover Cleveland nearly a century later—hence the name of the community. This is a quiet, pleasant area in the 2008 zip code with hilly tree-lined streets and a mixture of large single-family homes and condos for sale.

Residents at the Macomb House have tons of nearby community amenities to enjoy, including the Yes! Organic Market, the Atomic Billiards Room, the Art Deco Uptown Theatre, and the recently restored AMC Lowes Uptown 1—a movie house dating back to 1935. There’s also plenty of great bars and restaurants, including Sugar Magnolia, Cleveland Park Bar & Grill, Magnolia, Ardeo & Bardero, Medium Rare, and the Firehouse Bakery & Coffeehouse.  Plus, the Cleveland Metro Station is just a block away.

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