Beekman Place Townhouses

Located at 1634 Beekman Place NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

Improbably positioned in the lively and densely populated Adams Morgan neighborhood is a gated townhouse community, complete with shade trees, private outdoor spaces, quaint brick walkways, and 24-hour security. Also known as the Gates of Beekman Place, this serene residential development can feel like a world apart from the urban hustle and bustle, yet is strolling distance from shops, restaurants, and other attractions.


While the official address is 1634 Beekman Place, the buildings have their own street addresses, and can be found along both sides of the Beekman Place loop. Delivered in 1977, the community is made up of more than 50 structures and approximately 216 individual residences. The four story buildings are often divided into four separate two-level residences, typically designated from A to D. The end result is a very pleasant and relaxed lifestyle environment, with multilevel floorplans that can range from around 1,210 to nearly 1,500 square feet, and from two to three bedrooms. The townhouse condominium community is somewhat similar in them to Euclid Mews and Kalorama Mews. 

More About Beekman Place, Washington, DC

The Beekman Place townhouses are positioned in an elevated part of Adams Morgan, bound by Ontario Road to the west, 17th Street to the north, 16th Street to the west, and Florida Avenue to the south. The unique Meridian Hill Park with its cascading water terraces and statues is right next-door. The townhouses were built at the site of the old Henderson Castle. Also known as the Boundary Castle, the massive hilltop mansion was commissioned by prominent DC socialite Mary Foote Henderson, wife of Senator John Brooks Henderson. The sprawling property was styled after a castle Mary Henderson had seen in Europe. She would later be the guiding force behind the creation of Meridian Hill Park.

Townhouse-style condos at Beekman Place typically list from the high six figures to low seven figure range. The residences feature elegant yet homey layouts, with hardwood floors, dens, wood-burning fireplaces, well well-appointed kitchens, washers and dryers, and private outdoor spaces. Each condo has its own parking. The community is just a few blocks from Marie Reed Elementary School and the Marie Reed Aquatic Center, with its public 25-yard indoor swimming pool. There is also a nearby Harris Teeter, as well as the Hana Market, and local restaurants.

To learn more about townhouse condos for sale at Beekman Place, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Beekman Place, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is Beekman Place a townhouse or condominium community?

A: It is both. Condominium residences at Beekman Place have two levels of living space, designed in the townhouse style. There are usually four units to each building.

Q: Was Beekman Place really built at the site of a castle?

A: Yes, the Boundary Castle, aka Henderson Castle, was a castle-like hilltop mansion that was completed in 1888. The structure was razed in 1949. The lot remained vacant until 1976 when it was redeveloped as Beekman Place. The castle’s brownstone retaining wall along 16th Street still remains.

Q: Is parking available at Beekman Place?

A: Yes, each residence has assigned parking.

Q: How far is it from Beekman Place to Adam Morgan’s popular restaurant row?

A: The 18th Street restaurant row is only two blocks away.

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