School District: District Of Columbia Public Schools
Address: 731-733 EUCLID ST NW
Neighborhood: Columbia Heights
State: District Of Columbia
Rare development opportunity in Columbia Heights! Introducing an approximately 8,400 sf building on an 11,400-sf lot situated approximately 2 stories above the street level for spectacular city scape views and priced for re-development. This distinctive Victorian Colonial building most recently housed the non-profit, Emergency Community Arts Collective (ECAC) and has a stately south facing façade with a covered front porch and embodies all the charm and elegance of a bygone era. The parking lot area accessible via the alley between Fairmont and Euclid Streets NW has been paved with semi-permeable pavers and added green features include solar panels and a 200+ gallon rainwater reclamation barrel. Part of the side yards are usable for vegetation and there is a tiered front yard with bifurcated concrete stairs meeting at the lower street level landing and top landing of the covered front porch. Convenient to restaurants (Georgia Ave, 11th Street & U Street corridors), grocery stores (Whole Foods, Giant, Safeway & Trader Joes) coffee shops (Coffee Roasters, Starbucks), gyms (Washington Sports Clubs & YMCA) with a 93-walk score and 92 bike score. Please contact the listers to schedule an agent accompanied walk-through.
History of 731-733 Euclid St NW building: Estimated to have been built in the late 1800s, the original property was four small three story row houses on an 11,400 square foot lot. Over time, the two houses on either side were torn down. The two remaining houses were combined into one and a large two-story addition was added in 1930 when the building opened as the Meriwether Home for Destitute Children. What stands today is a large two-story building with a smaller third story and basement.
Courtesy of: Coldwell Banker Realty Listing information provided courtesy of the Bright MLS. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use, and it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. The data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Updated: 29th January, 2022 6:44 AM