WASHINGTON | DC
Nestled in the Bellevue community of Washington DC, this inviting townhome is the ideal place to call home. Walking through the courtyard to the front door of this property, creates a welcoming first impression.
The spacious living area will make you the envy of all your friends; with its open concept design, high ceilings, crown molding, freshly painted walls and hardwood floors. Built for entertaining, the kitchen is ideal for the home chef; boasting granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of cabinet space and pantries to store all your kitchen needs. Enjoy your morning coffee in the breakfast area, perfect for quick meals and homework.
Both bedrooms upstairs are well proportioned with plenty of natural light filling the windows. Walk through several large closets to the en-suite bathroom; perfect for relaxing and recharging after a long day. And of course, for hectic days when every extra second counts, a stackable washer-dryer on the bedroom level will be a welcome convenience!
The spacious basement rec room with large windows is bright and airy and can be used for living, working, playing, exercising, or lounging. With plenty of closets and even more room to stash all your belongings in the garage, there is no need to stuff the closets; there’s room for everything and everyone has space.
Step out onto your own balcony; perfect for grilling and gardening. Imagine sipping a refreshing drink as the sun goes down, grow your own herbs, or just sit back with a good book and relax in your own outdoor space in the heart of the city.
Feeling handy? The garage is ready for all sorts of projects and ideas to come to fruition.
Craving some fresh air? This townhome community is lined with redbud trees, cherry trees, and several other spring “eye candy” trees. A walk down Danbury St to Fort Greble Park is sure to please. You’ll also be just one block from Oxon Run; a recreational trail leading to a park that features sports areas, playgrounds, and the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center.
This home is an urban dweller’s delight! Thanks to its sought-after location, you can enjoy all that DC, National Harbor, and Old Town Alexandria have to offer: cute retail shops, restaurants, theaters, and nightlife. Located just a few blocks from 295, there is easy accessibility for any commuter. Apparently you can have it all!
Bellevue is a residential neighborhood in far Southeast and Southwest in Washington, D.C., United States. It is bounded by South Capitol Street, one block of Atlantic Street SE, and 1st Streets SE and SW to the north and east; Joliet Street SW and Oxon Run Parkway to the south; Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE, Shepherd Parkway, 2nd Street SW, and Xenia Street SW to the west. Bellevue was created from some of the earliest land patents in Maryland, and draws its name from a 1795 mansion built in the area. Subdivisions began in the 1870s, but extensive residential building did not occur until the early 1940s. Bellevue is adjacent to a number of federal and city agency buildings.
On June 20, 1632, Charles I of England (ignoring Native American land claims) gave 12,000,000 acres of land covering most of what is now the modern U.S. state of Maryland to Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore as a proprietary colony. On September 4, 1663, a land patent was issued to Thomas Dent, Sr. for a tract known as "Gisbrough". This tract was roughly in the area that is now Joint Base Anacostia–Bolling between Malcolm X Avenue SE/MacDill Boulevard SE and Giavannoli Street SW, the northern end of Bellevue, and the southern end of Congress Heights. On September 7, a land patent was issued to William Middleton for a tract known as "Berry". This smaller tract covered what is now the southern end of Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and the southern part of Bellevue.
In 1873, the U.S. federal government purchased 90 acres of Bellevue (consisting of the western half of the old Berry tract) and added this land to the adjacent Naval Gun Factory. This land was known as the Bellevue Annex to the Naval Gun Factory until 1923, when the federal government opened the United States Naval Research Laboratory on the site. The laboratory remains on the tract in the 21st century. In 2005, a 119-unit condominium townhouse development, Danbury Station, opened on Danbury Street SW. Financed in part by the city, units ranged in price from the high $200,000s to the low $300,000s, and 24 units were offered at below-market rates to low-income people.
Bellevue overlooks Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, and is just 10 minutes by car from the United States Capitol. Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, the Naval Research Laboratory, the D.C. Fire Department Training Center, the D.C. Metropolitan Police Academy, the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority's Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant, and the Architect of the Capitol's tree nursery are adjacent to Bellevue to the west. The neighborhood is overwhelmingly residential, with most housing consisting of detached single-family homes. Most of the housing in the area was built in the 1940s.