1603 Isherwood Street NE #2 | Under Contract
Washington | DC
Sold for $645,000
Welcome to 1603 Isherwood Street NE! This beautiful four unit condominium building offers a unique collection of 2 bedroom units. Unit #2 features a spacious 1,385 square foot layout with 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The living space is open and expansive, with a plethora of windows for an idyllic sun-soaked afternoon. The flawlessly designed kitchen is complete with bright white cabinets, gleaming Calacatta quartz countertops, and stainless steel Kitchen Aid appliances, that will satisfy any culinary artist. The wide plank Prime Collection Oak floors throughout the unit accentuate this home’s elegant design. Both bedrooms include walk-in closets and large en suite bathrooms with natural tone tile and Waterworks and Kohler hardware. The master bedroom has large floor to ceiling windows and crown molding, which add just the right amount of traditional warmth. The master bathroom features an enormous walk-in tile shower and double vanity. Convenience is a key feature in this unit, which is why it is situated on the main level with rear door access leading to a private parking space. Perfectly nestled on a quiet one-way street in one of DC’s oldest neighborhoods, 1603 Isherwood ST NE #2 is conveniently located within walking distance from some of DC’s hippest neighborhoods including Lincoln Park and the H Street Corridor.
Capitol Hill is the largest historic residential neighborhood in D.C as well as one of the most densely populated. Geographically, Capitol Hill itself rises near the center of the District of Columbia and stretches eastward, toward the Anacostia River. The neighborhood first started to develop when the young government began work at two locations, the Capitol and the Washington Navy Yard.
It became a defined community in the very early 1800s as the federal government proved to be a major employer. Boarding houses for Congressmen and residential areas built up by Navy Yard and Capitol workers were the first residential population of Capitol Hill. As with many other D.C. neighborhoods, the Civil War resulted in more building and development that continued throughout the 1880s. In the late 1890s, water, electricity and indoor plumbing were developed and became available to the downtown area of the District of Columbia, including Capitol Hill. This lead to another real estate development boom as the Capitol Hill area was one of the first neighborhoods to have such conveniences.
Throughout its history, Capitol Hill has remained a fairly stable middle-class neighborhood. Today, it straddles both the Southeast and Northeast quadrants, a large part of which has been designated as the Capitol Hill historic district. To the north of Capitol Hill is the H Street corridor, to the south are the Southeast/Southwest Freeway and Washington Navy Yard, to the east is Anacostia River and to the west, the National Mall and business district. The buildings range from Federal period (1800 to 1820) through 1919, with the majority being late Victorian. Capitol Hill was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and is one of the largest historic districts in the United States. Although the neighborhood suffered a period of economic decline and rising crime around mid-century, it has gradually recovered and is now experiencing intense gentrification.
Its landmarks include the United States Capitol, the Senate and House office buildings, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress and the Congressional Cemetery. Pennsylvania Avenue is a lively commercial street with bars, shops, restaurants and the bustling Eastern Market. However, it is largely a residential area with a variety of rowhouses, manors, Federal townhouses, small frame, Italianate and press brick rowhouses.
Washington, DC 20002
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Kathleen began her residential real estate career in 2000 and has been consistently ranked among the top Realtors nationwide.
Before joining Compass and The Reishman Group, Kathleen founded her own successful brokerage, Towne Residential. During the transition, Kathleen took advantage of the opportunity to devote innovative energy to the aspect of her work that she feels most passionate about – providing personal attention and careful guidance to each client. Kathleen is diligent in anticipating issues in a sale. Solving problems behind the scenes allows the client a positive experience through the counsel she provides.
Before she entered the residential real estate field, Kathleen was the Director of National Marketing for Core Location, a Bethesda-based real estate development company. She holds a B.A. in business administration and a B.S. in information systems management from the University of Maryland. In addition to her real estate work, Kathleen is a managing director at Cityscape Development, a D.C.-based residential real estate development company.