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919 W ST NW
Washington, DC, United States

Appliances

Central Air Conditioning, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Freezer, Microwave Oven, Oven, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer.

Interior features

Skylight.

Exterior finish

Brick.

Flooring

Hardwood.

Parking

On Street.

Description

THE RESIDENCE: Welcome to 919 W Street, a charming brick townhome nestled just off the bustling U Street Corridor. Located minutes away from all the restaurants and shops U Street has to offer, this quiet corner is ideally situated for a lifestyle of community and comfort. Updated just this year, this home~s light, open-floorplan living space is complete and ready for creating brand-new holiday memories. Granite countertops and ample cabinetry afford just the right spot for baking cookies or preparing a warm, home-cooked meal. The living, dining, and kitchen continue straight through, all the way out to a finished patio with wood privacy fence: perfect for gathering around a fire pit and sharing food with family and friends. Upstairs, two bedrooms and full en suites are light and bright, with multiple windows taking full advantage of the morning sun. The master bedroom includes a darling, intimate walk-out patio, ideal for a secluded morning watching the sunrise, or enjoying a cozy cup of coffee.THE NEIGHBORHOOD: U Street Corridor is historically known as the birthplace of Duke Ellington, an American jazz composer. Today, the area is still home to jazz clubs as well as a variety of other music venues. The best places to find live music include U Street Music Hall and 9:30 Club. A range of eclectic restaurants and comfort food also reside in U Street Corridor. The best places to grab a bite to eat range from Ben~s Chili Bowl, a delicious, casual restaurant most famously known for the half-smoke hotdog, to Busboys and Poets, a popular bookstore, theater, and restaurant. If residents desire an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, Meridian Hill Park is the perfect spot. A large outdoor park with a gorgeous, cascading fountain creates a scenic atmosphere in the midst of the city. For history lovers, the African American Civil War Memorial and Museum is a great way to spend the afternoon. U Street Corridor has a unique shopping scene, filled with vintage boutiques, residents are sure to find one-of-a-kinds. The neighborhood is accessible via the green and yellow Metro Lines as well as various Metro Bus routes. Historic rowhomes, townhouses, and condominiums make up the residential areas of the neighborhood.

Schools

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS School District
Elementary , High , Junior High , Middle School

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