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
Rosedale is a close-knit community located in the Northeast Quadrant of Washington, DC. The neighborhood is known for larger properties available at more affordable prices than nearby Kingman Park and the H Street Corridor. Housing stock includes condos as well as single-family homes and historic rowhouses. Many new owners have renovated properties to include all the modern conveniences including gourmet kitchens and larger bathrooms while preserving the original character of the dwellings. Read more about Rosedale
Anchoring the community is the Rosedale Recreation Center which features a gym, community kitchen and a number of meeting rooms. The nearby Rosedale Library plays host to a number of family-friendly and educational events.
While Rosedale is a quiet enclave, it is in easy walking distance of H Street’s nightlife and array of bars and restaurants. Rosedale also offers easy access to Capitol Hill, RFK Stadium, Downtown and other popular commuting destinations. With its close proximity to the U Street Corridor, Rosedale is increasingly seeing investment dollars and interest from developers and prospective home owners alike.
Rosedale is bounded by Benning Road to the north, C Street to the south and Oklahoma Avenue to the east with 19th Street as the western boundary. Nearby neighborhoods include Carver Langston to the north and Kingman Park to the east.