2412 18TH STREET NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20009

$3,300,000
Listed 10/29/2018
ACTIVE
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Description

PRIME ADAMS MORGAN REAR PROPERTY, PLANS IN PLACE FOR APPROXIMATELY 15 000 sq ft OFFICE/MULTI USE. ADDED PICTURES REPRESENTING ARTIST CONCEPT OF PROPOSED PLANS.

Property Details

MLS #

1010012254

Status

ACTIVE

Type

Lot & Land

Lot Size

6,067 square feet

Sewer/Septic

Public Sewer

Water

Public

Listed

Oct 29, 2018

Days on Market

165

Subdivision

KALORAMA

County/City:

WASHINGTON


Schools

Middle/Junior

Deal


ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DETAILS

HOA

No


Legal

Possession

Negotiable,Immediate

Building Permits

  • Application Pending
  • Application Pending

Utilities

Sewer/Septic

Public Sewer

Water

Public


Assessment Information

Year

2017

Total Assessment

$1,836,160.00


LOT & LAND

Acreage

0.14

Lot Size

6,067 square feet

Soil Type

Unknown

Present Use

Other

Lot Description

  • Other

Water

Water Oriented

No

Riparian Rights Convery

No

Water Access

No

Water Front

No

Water Frontage

No

Water View

No

Navigable Water

No

Mean Low Water

No

Physical Docks

No

Directions

HEAD WEST ON COLUMBIA RD TOWARD HARVARD CT NW 0.7 ml, TURN LEFT 121 ft, TURN RIGHT 367 ft, TURN LEFT 148 ft, DESTINATION WILL BE ON THE LEFT.


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Adams Morgan

The history of Adams Morgan lies in its name. Prior to 1956, the area was typically referred to as 18th and Columbia, but when the area began to suffer from "urban decay" the Adams-Morgan Neighborhood Conference was formed to promote urban renewal and to improve the neighborhood. The group’s name originated from two segregated elementary schools in the area: Thomas P. Morgan Elementary School and John Quincy Adams Elementary School. The name Adams-Morgan has remained ever since, although The Washington Post removed the hyphen in 2001, explaining that the area’s rising home values made it “profitable to sell off the hyphen."

Adams Morgan’s past is also known for housing the first Toys ‘R’ Us and the homes of former Presidents Kennedy, Eisenhower and Taft. The Adams Morgan Heritage Trail is a guided walking tour that will take you to each of these locations, in addition to other local historic attractions.

Quality of Life:

Adams Morgan is full of life, culture and history. Locals recognize the 18th Street Corridor for its nightlife, but don’t be fooled into thinking that the streets aren’t lively during the day. The neighborhood is known for its diversity, which is represented in the variety of cuisines and shops that line the streets. The warmer months attract D.C. residents from throughout the city for street festivals, farmers markets and other outdoor venues that sell food, art and other unique finds.

Adams Morgan offers the benefits of city living with a warm neighborhood feel. The typical home in Adams Morgan is a 19th-20th century row house, filling the streets with recognizable character. Residents enjoy the close proximity of Woodley Park, the home of the National Zoo, and Columbia Heights, which offers additional restaurants and shops to explore, all within walking distance.

Getting Around:

Adams Morgan has transportation options for everyone. The closest metro is Woodley Park Zoo/Adams Morgan, which is a quick walk across the Calvert St. Bridge. There are also several bus lines that can bring you around the city, including the $1 Circulator. If driving is more your speed, you are right down the road from Rock Creek Parkway.

Ronald Reagan National Airport < 10 miles

Washington Dulles International Airport < 30 miles

Baltimore Washington International Airport < 35 miles

 

With our relationship with Atlantic Coast Mortgage, LLC, we’re able to provide the full spectrum of mortgage services, from online pre-approval to a guiding hand throughout the entire financing process.

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