Welcome to the Old Biltmore! This intimate 1922 Beaux Arts condo building is comprised of just 9 units, thats ideally situated on picturesque Biltmore Street, in Historic Kalorama Triangle.
Unit 3 is a one bedroom residence approximately 600 square feet and offers a spacious, sun-filled living:
- 9-10 foot ceilings
- Gorgeous original refinished oak hardwood floors.
- Updated kitchen with maple cabinets, granit counters, gas stove, new appliances.
- New ceramic bath with claw foot tub & new period fixtures.
- Short stroll to Dupont and Woodley Park Metro Stations
- Easy access to Rock Creek Parkway
Kalorama is one of the most fashionable and architecturally interesting historic districts of Washington, D.C. It is uniquely situated between Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle and is well known as a component of the city's Embassy Row. In Greek, Kalorama means "beautiful view."Rich with history, this neighborhood has been home to seven Presidents more than any other place in the country.
Turning off Calvert Street NW onto Biltmore Street is like entering an earlier era, one with old-fashioned street lights and turn-of-the-century row houses. While this exclusively residential neighborhood maintains a quiet Old World charm, it is only a stone's throw from the most diverse and vibrant Adams Morgan, where you can enjoy the lively multicultural atmosphere filled with array of ethnic restaurants and unique one-of-a-kind specialty shops and boutiques.
Floor Covering: Hardwood
Floor Covering: Tile
Stainless steel appliances
This 1 bedroom home is listed at $2,100, while 1 bedroom homes...
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