Nestled in the Michigan Park community of Washington DC, this charming brick home is the perfect place to call home. The tree lined neighborhood surrounding this lovely home creates a welcoming first impression.
As you take your first steps into this freshly painted home you are greeted with plenty of natural light streaming through the windows. The living room, with a cozy fireplace and hardwood floors, offers plenty of space to lounge. Enjoy a feast with friends or family in the adjacent dining room.
The kitchen is ideal for the home chef; boasting granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and room to enjoy your morning coffee at a breakfast table.
A bright and airy screened porch is the perfect place to sip a cold drink while relaxing and recharging after a long day.
The main level bedroom and full bathroom offer flexibility as a primary bedroom, a space for out-of-town or airbnb guests, or a huge at home office.
There are also two well proportioned bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs. And depending on your needs the “bonus room” (which is through one of the bedrooms) could be another bedroom, a huge walk-in closet, or playroom.
And if that wasn't enough space to stretch out and relax, there is an additional rec room in the basement, perfect for working, playing, exercising, or lounging; there’s a space for everything and everyone has space. And of course, for hectic days when every extra second counts, a full size washer and dryer will be a welcome convenience!
Craving some fresh air? Step out into your own deck, perfect for grilling, entertaining, and gardening. Imagine a refreshing drink with friends on the patio, grow your own vegetables, or just sit back and with a good book and relax amongst the mature trees; a get-away right out your back door. Just two blocks away, Barnard Hill Park offers green space, trails, and picnic areas.
Feeling handy? The garage is ready for all sorts of projects and ideas to come to fruition.
Thanks to its location, you can enjoy all that Brookland and Mount Rainier have to offer: Cute “main street” vibes, retail shops, restaurants, nightlife, and more. Apparently, you can have it all!
North Michigan Park is contained between South Dakota Avenue to the west, Eastern Avenue to the east, Galloway Street NE to the north and Taylor Street NE to the South. The Michigan Park neighborhood is often confused with the North Michigan Park neighborhood and North Michigan Park Civic Association which has boundaries that include both Michigan Park and North Michigan Park. Additionally, Michigan Park completely contains the Queens Chapel Civic Association that is separate from the Queens Chapel neighborhood which borders Michigan Park to the north. The Queens Chapel association meets regularly at Union Wesley African Methodist Zion Church and its boundaries are between 16th Street NE and Webster Street NE to the north, Michigan Avenue NE to the south, and South Dakota Avenue NE to the west.
The adjacent neighborhood of North Michigan Park borders the Michigan Park neighborhood west of South Dakota Avenue NE. In addition to North Michigan Park, Michigan Park also borders the neighborhoods of Queens Chapel (North), Woodridge (South), the city of Mount Rainier, Maryland (East), and Avondale in Prince Georges County, Maryland (East).
Michigan Park is home to the St. Anslem's Abby School, St. Anslem's Abby Monastery, St. Anslem's Abby Soccer Field, Deeper Life Bible Church, Little Jodie's Playhouse, National Children's Center, Boys Town Washington D.C. Youth Service Organization, BP Gasoline Station, Avondale Shopping Center, Whitefriars Hall, and Union Wesley African Methodist Zion Church. In terms of recreation, the Michigan Park neighborhood features the North Michigan Park Recreation Center, in addition to access to the Fort Circle Parks located on its far north and east side. Being a sister neighborhood of North Michigan Park, residents of Michigan Park live within very close proximity to Providence Hospital, the Catholic University of America, the Washington D.C. MedStar Hospital Center, the Washington D.C. Veterans Affairs Hospital, and Children's National Main Hospital. In terms of public transportation, residents of Michigan Park do not have direct access to a Metrorail station but live within a mile or less to the Fort Totten and Brookland-CUA Metro Stations. Residents of Michigan Park also have access to a Metrobus Routes as well.'