District Of Columbia
Kalorama & Kalorama Triangle
What was once an enclave beyond the city limits of Washington, DC, Kalorama and Kalorama Triangle are now known as elegant, urbane, and somewhat eclectic neighborhoods right in the heart of the City. Gracious free-standing manor homes, town homes and luxury pre-war condominiums/coops line the streets of these wonderful neighborhoods. Kalorama, the statelier of the two, is known for its quiet elegance, being home to many former Presidents, diplomats, embassies and parks, and sited within the boundaries of Connecticut Ave., Rock Creek Park, Florida and Massachusetts Avenues. Kalorama Triangle, while still maintaining the elegance of Kalorama, is somewhat less formal and has more of the urban, fun, eclectic feel. It is where you will find small boutiques, wonderful ethnic eateries, and multi-cultures within the borders of Connecticut Avenue, Columbia Road and Calvert St.
Both neighborhoods are within walking distance of two of DC’s favorite hot spots: Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan. Walk to restaurants, museums, galleries and street fairs, farmers markets and the National Zoo. Public transportation, the Metro and Metro buses connect you to all points north, south, east or west of downtown. You can be at the White House or the Nationals Baseball Stadium with a quick Metro trip or by car. Or, you can be at the shopping mecca of Tyson’s Galleria in McLean or Mazza Gallery at Friendship Heights in Northwest Washington. Walk to a park or just enjoy a tree shaded walk in your own neighborhood.
The combination of livability, convenience and elegance of Kalorama and the Kalorama Triangle neighborhoods mean that once you move in you will want to stay.
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