Euclid Mews Condominiums

Located at 1690 Euclid Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

Although built in 1980, the Euclid Mews condominium development in Adams Morgan exudes an appearance more akin to American garden courtyard apartments that were so popular during the boom of the post-World War 2 period. That said, the name Mews is more reflective of the British tradition of apartments that are either repurposed from stables or built to look like them. Located at the corner of Euclid and 17th Street, the award winning complex is in the northern part of Adams Morgan, just a block from Meridian Hill Park and close to the Columbia Heights neighborhood.

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Euclid Mews with its 24 residential units is comprised of two handsome brick Colonial-style buildings separated by a brick courtyard with planters. While the official street address is 1690 Euclid Street, the actual addresses range from 1656 to 1690 with individual units further designated alphabetically as either A or B. The residences range from approximately 650 to 1,191 square feet inside, with one and two bedroom layouts that are either single-level, or two-level townhouse styles. Euclid Mews is somewhat similar in style to the nearby Beekman Place and Kalorama Mews condo communities. 

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Inside the residences at Euclid Mews you’ll find timeless features with classic hardwood strip floors, lovely wainscoting, crown molding, and wood-burning fireplaces. Large multipaned windows allow plenty of natural light inside while still maintaining a sense of elegance that is sometimes missing in more modern condo towers. It is also not uncommon to find renovated or remodeled condos at Euclid Mews, given that the buildings were completed in 1980. These owner upgrades, when they occur, have often been to the kitchens and baths. The original cooking spaces are quite nice in their own right, with granite counters and wooden cabinetry. Some of the individual remodels include removing walls and installing the latest in chef-inspired appliances.

The overall feel of the complex is one of community, which again hearkens to low-rise garden apartments that can foster neighborly interaction that can sometimes be lacking in sleek luxury towers where levels can feel compartmentalized. Adams Morgan itself is known for its diversity and quirky charm, a place much more attuned to colorful rowhouses and low-rise buildings, rather than the rapidly evolving in other parts of the District. From the unique Meridian Hill Park with its concrete cascading water basins to an incredible range of restaurants, nightlife, and other cultural attractions, this legendary urban neighborhood has not lost the eclectic sensibility that put it on the map during Washington’s residential resurgence.

To learn more about condos and townhouses for sale at Euclid Mews, please contact Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Euclid Mews, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is Euclid Mews a condominium or townhouse community?

A: Is essentially both: a pair of buildings separated by a brick courtyard, with both apartment-style and townhouse-style condominium residences.

Q: Is parking available at Euclid Mews?

A: Yes, each unit comes with a garage parking space.

Q: Is there any nearby public transportation if I choose not to drive my car?

A: The Columbia Heights Metro station is within walking distance, and there is also nearby bus service as well as the Capital BikeShare program and electric scooters.

Q: How far is it from Euclid Mews to the White House?

A: The distance is approximately 1.7 miles via 16th Street NW.

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