- 1 Beds
- 1 Baths
- 505 SqFt
Residences of Columbia Heights Condos For Sale
Not all condos for sale in Washington, DC represent the long-ago past or even a new modernity. The Residences of Columbia Heights was an apartment complex built in 1968, until an enterprising developer decided it would be better suited as a condominium. The four-story gray stucco structure has a bit of a quasi-Deco façade, with 36 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom residences.
Situated at 1420 Clifton Street NW in the heart of Columbia Heights, the building features floor plans ranging from 420 to 766 square feet. These space-efficient condos for sale are reasonably priced for their prime location, starting around $200,000 for studio models and climbing to about $400,000 for the largest residences.
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Additional Info About The Residences at Columbia Heights
The Residences at Columbia Heights feature wide windows, hardwood floors, balconies, extra storage and washer/dryer stacks. The kitchens are usually in galley style, rather than the ubiquitous open gourmet layouts that are so common these days. Still, they’re cute, and have windows to let in natural light, as well as some level of updating, such as granite counters and upgraded appliances. There is also off-street parking available.
Along with competitive prices, the neighborhood is also key. The building is just a block from the truly excellent Meridian Hill Park—a historic urban structure retreat with terraced waterfalls, duck ponds, sculpture gardens and a celebrated Sunday morning dance and drum circle. Also nearby is the Columbia Heights Metro station to the north and the U Street Metro station to the south.
And, it wouldn’t be DC without fabulous coffeehouses, bars and restaurants. Just a half-block from 14th Street and seven blocks from U Street, you’ll find an abundance of places to go within an easy stroll. Culinary and drinking adventures include Restaurant Judy, Eatonville, Kapnos, Marvin, Lost Society, The Gibson, Busboys & Poets, and more.