Developed in the late 1890s, the Dupont Circle area built a reputation as a fashionable residential neighborhood that lasted into the early years of the 20th century. The circle itself was originally called “Pacific Circle” and ...Read More
Edgewood is a peaceful community located in the Northeast Quadrant of Washington DC. In recent years, the area has been the site of widespread renovation and redevelopment from luxury condos to new restaurants and shops to the opening of public gardens. Originally farmland, the community still retains a small-town feel with abundant green spaces and front yards in the newer developments. Read more about Edgewood real estate.
Chancellor’s Row is a new luxury development that capitalizes on the serene location, just a short distance from the Capitol and in the shadow of Catholic University. Chancellor’s Row includes 200 four-story townhomes that combine open floor plans with upscale design elements, including hardwood flooring, gourmet kitchens, private garages and rooftop terraces. More traditional homes include the rowhouses built in the early 1900s, complete with many original features such as the hardwood floors and claw-foot tubs.
The close-knit neighborhood gathers for community clean-ups the first Saturday of every month as well as regular outdoor movie nights in the summer. The opening of the Dew Drop Inn on Eighth Street NE as well as planned $2 million dollar renovations to the community’s recreation center continue to attract new residents as does the convenient drive into Downtown DC.
The Brookland-CUA Metro Station on the Red Line is the closest Metro stop for the area which is bounded by Lincoln Road and Glennwood cemetery to the west and the Red Line Metro tracks to the east. Rhode Island Avenue is to the south while Michigan Avenue and Monroe Street mark the northern boundary. Nearby neighborhoods include Bloomingdale, Brentwood, Brookland, and Stronghold.