Logan Circle is in NW Washington D.C.
east of Dupont Circle and north of the White House
Logan Circle is one of the prettiest roundabouts in Washington D.C.
It is also the only circle in Washington D.C. that is entirely residential.
a little history about Logan Circle...
- During the Civil War, a refugee camp was established in Logan Circle for newly freed slaves from Maryland & Virginia
- In the 19th century, streetcar track was laid in the swampy area (Logan Circle) and Victorian rowhouses were built and marketed to the middle upper class. The streets were modeled after cities in Europe in an effort to appeal to the upper class.
- In the early 200's Logan Circle went through a major revitalization. Many of the single family Victorian rowhouses were remodeled and converted to condominiums.
Most of the rowhouses are Victorian style and restored to their original beauty. The grassy area in the center of the circle has large oak trees and a grassy park with benches and chess tables. Beautiful brownstones and single-family row houses have been converted to upscale condo's featuring 2 and 3 bedrooms. The condos pictured above are in buildings with gyms, outdoor balconies with fireplaces and a rooftop deck with a pool.
Logan Circle is walking distance to K Street which is considered downtown Washington DC. Law offices, The Washington Post, The White House The Mayflower Hotel and City Center are walking distance to Logan Circle.
Last winter, we found our buyer a one bedroom condominium near Logan Circle for $399,900!
Living in Logan Circle is a dream come true for many people who work in Washington D.C. It's convenient to everything, including a major grocery store! Which makes walking to work, shops and entertainment easy & fun.