5 Bedroom Home in Mt. Pleasant

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3155 19th St NW
Washington, DC 20010
Beautiful 5 Bedroom Home In Mt. Pleasant!

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Carlos Garcia


Mobile: 202.253.6177
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Price : $985,000
Bedrooms : 5
Bathrooms : 4.5
Community : Mt. Pleasant
County : Washington
Property Type : Attached
Year Built : 1912
MLS Number : DC7344521



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Property Description
Big + Beautiful. Grand, light-filled main house w 1BR+Den LL Unit w C of O. 3 sunny exposures side bay windows. Corner lot. Landscaped gardens, lawn & patio evoke sense of spaciousness & serenity. Orig woodwork & upgraded interior. Large rooms. This home's 4 entertaining! Finished attic = Large bonus room! Just a few blocks away: Mt Pleasant Library, National Zoo, Target, Farmer's Market, Great dining on Mt Pleasant St. This is the 5 bedroom home in Mt. Pleasant you have been waiting for!

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Features List
  • Large corner lot
  • Beautiful hardwoods
  • Blue stone patio
  • Legal rental unit
  • Large front porch
  • Architectural detail
  • Table-space Kitchen
  • Formal dining room
  • Large living room
  • Equal Housing Opportunity.
    Eng Garcia Group : 1918 18th Street NW - Washington DC 20009

     

    Check out this beautiful 5 bedroom home in Mt. Pleasant- surrounded by trees with large bay windows this home on a corner lot is an escape from downtown. This home's landscaped gardens, open rooms and a spacious stone patio make it perfect for entertaining. This 5 bedroom home in Mt. Pleasant tastefully mixes some of the original touches from when it was built in 1912, such as the exposed ceiling beams in the dining room, with modern upgrades such as the beautiful gourmet kitchen. The location is ideal, just a few blocks away are Mt Pleasant Library, the National Zoo, Target, Farmer's Market, Great dining on Mt Pleasant St and so much more!

     

    5 Bedroom Home in Mt. Pleasant

     

    5 Bedroom Home in Mt. Pleasant

     

    5 Bedroom Home in Mt. Pleasant

     

    5 Bedroom Home in Mt. Pleasant

     

    5 Bedroom Home in Mt. Pleasant

    5 Bedroom Home in Mt. Pleasant

     

    Now a little bit about the history of the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood- Mount Pleasant's history reaches back into the early 1700s. Its beginnings are rooted in colonial times when, in 1727, James Holmead received a patent from Charles Carroll, Lord Baltimore, for a large parcel of land that included the area to the east of Rock Creek and south of Piney Branch. When its streets were first platted in the 1860s, Mount Pleasant was one of Washington's first suburbs offering an escape from the city- and this 5 bedroom home in Mt. Pleasant is a fine example of this today!

    Since that time Mount Pleasant and the city have grown; at this time the community is surrounded by dense urban development, located just over three miles north of the White House, and situated between 16th Street and the Washington National Zoo. The neighborhood is a Historic District and was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on October 5, 1987. Although few homes remain from the first phase of the neighborhood's development, there are several large, single-family homes such as his 5 bedroom home in Mt Pleasant that dat eback to the early 1900s. Many of the townhouses and smaller apartment buildings in the neighborhood also developed around the end of the streetcar line and were built between 1900 and 1925. Larger apartment buildings developed along 16th Street during the 1930's.

    The small commercial district on Mount Pleasant Street is one of the best examples of its kind, a commercial district that developed at the turn-around of a streetcar line.

     

    Don't miss this amazing 5 bedroom home in Mt. Pleasant!

    Don't miss this amazing 5 bedroom home in Mt. Pleasant!

     

     

     

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