DC’s Hidden Places: Park Street

  • March 31, 2015

by Lark Turner

DC's Hidden Places: Park Street: Figure 1

In this week’s edition of Hidden Places, we head to Park Street NE, a one-way, one-block stretch of rowhouses between Constitution Avenue and C Street NE (map) on Capitol Hill.

The rowhouses on Park Street, about a block away from Lincoln Park, consist mostly of Federal-style two-story homes.

DC's Hidden Places: Park Street: Figure 2

Another handful of the homes on the block are matching pairs of rowhouses with bump-outs in the front. The properties were built in the early 20th century, mostly between 1910 and 1922.

DC's Hidden Places: Park Street: Figure 3

Homes on Park Street tend to have followed the upswing in value in the city given recent sales data. A three-bedroom, 1.5-bath rowhouse sold in October for $690,000. Another, less renovated home on the street was recently on the market for $599,000.

DC's Hidden Places: Park Street: Figure 4

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