Kalorama Court Condominiums

Located at 2412 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

Offering 23 stylish residences, Kalorama Court is a boutique condominium conversion of a historic structure in the Adams Morgan neighborhood. The redeveloped building on 17th Street gets its name both from its proximity to Kalorama Road and a network of adjacent connecting alleyways. This particular part of Adams Morgan is also known as Reed-Cooke, a vibrant and urban community consisting of 10 city blocks. It was once part of the Meridian Hill estate.

Kalorama Court was once The Wilson Building, not to be confused with the larger and better known John A. Wilson Building in downtown DC that is home to government offices. Constructed in the 1910, the low-rise former apartment house was completely renovated in 2008 and converted into 23 one and two-bedroom condominium apartments, ranging in size from approximately 630 to 920 square feet. Front and rear steel girder walkway balconies were added at the time of the building’s redevelopment, providing outdoor spaces for many but not all of the units. Other condo buildings in the neighborhood include Adams Row, Delancey Lofts, and the Chinese Embassy

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Condos at Kalorama Court offer open floorplans, high ceilings, and oversized windows. Wide plank hardwood floors run throughout the residences, and the gourmet kitchens are completely open to the living areas, with quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, and dining bars illuminated by hanging pendant lamps. There are variations between the units, with some basement level residences sporting exposed brick accent walls. All apartments have washers and dryers, and the bathrooms are contemporary and handsomely designed. Two-bedroom models are sometimes configured as one bedroom plus a den with a Murphy bed. Custom closet organizers add further to the appeal.

The Kalorama Court building is right across from the new Harris Teeter, allowing for easy grocery shopping. Meridian Hill Park with its terraced waterfalls leading to a large basin, is just about a block away. Also within walking distance are numerous bars, restaurants, bakeries, and boutique stores, both along 18th Street to the west and 14th Street to the east. The U Street corridor is just a few blocks south. The pet-friendly building is a nice example of the types of condominiums that Adams Morgan is well known for, unobtrusive yet stylish low-rises that often have historic roots. This is part of the local charm, an avoidance of glittering towers found in other parts if the District. City planners and board members enacted the Adams Morgan Vision Framework as part of their plan to retain the flavor of the neighborhood while still allowing carefully managed evolvement.

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

Kalorama Court, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: What is the price range for condos at Kalorama Court?

A: Active listings don’t often come to market at Kalorama Court but sales in recent years have typically ranged from around $450,000 to $650,000.

Q: Is parking provided at Kalorama Court?

A: There are a limited number of assigned parking spaces at the building.

Q: What Metro stations are in the area?

A: The Columbia Heights Metro and U Street Metro are reasonably close.

Q: How far is it from Kalorama Court to downtown Washington?

A: The distance is about a mile and a half via 16th Street.

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