Kalorama Mews Condominiums

Located at 1809 Biltmore Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

Nicely located in the northern part of Adams Morgan near Walter Pierce Park, Kalorama Mews is a brick townhouse community with 48 residences. The three-story buildings are interspersed with walkways and gardens for a serene atmosphere that is somewhat more reminiscent of adjoining neighborhoods like Woodley Park and Kalorama, compared with the typical Adams Morgan urban feel. While the official address is 1809 Biltmore Street, actual physical addresses range from 1809 to 1855 with individual units further designated alphabetically.

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Completed in 1974, Kalorama Mews is not unlike other townhouse condominium communities in Adams Morgan, including Beekman Place built in 1977, and Euclid Mews, delivered in 1980. All three developments have a similar appearance with boxy brick structures, pleasant leafy surroundings, and a combination of single and two-level floorplans. Kalorama Mews offers both one and two-bedroom condos and townhouses, ranging in size from around 490 to 1,188 square feet in size. Many of the units have been updated over the years, including lovely kitchens that have been remodeled. Most units have wood-burning fireplaces, some of which have been retrofitted to gas.

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Kalorama Mews runs along the south side of Biltmore Street, bordered by Cliffbourne Place to the west and the convergence of 18th Street and Columbia Road to the east. The south side of Biltmore Street with its canopies of trees is devoted to historic rowhouses. Stepping inside the condos at Kalorama Mews, you’ll find intriguing living spaces with traditional charm. The downstairs one-bedroom flats may be modest in size at approximately 490 square feet, but they have the bonus of private outdoor patios accessible by French doors. The larger two-level upstairs residences have private terraces, and some have dens. Older units at the complex have parquet wood floors, and many have since been revamped. Assigned parking spaces at Kalorama Mews are located along the rear alley way.

The close proximity to 18th Street, Columbia Road, and Calvert means that residents at Kalorama Mews are strolling distance to well-known restaurants, bars, and bakeries in three directions, including Mama Ayesha’s, Tail Up Goat, Perry’s, Julia’s Empanadas, Soleluna, Jogibow Bakery, Tight Five Pub, and so many more. The pet-friendly condo and townhouse community is also just about a block and a half from the popular Walter Pierce Dog Park. The Woodley Park neighborhood is just over the Duke Ellington Bridge, and the Kalorama neighborhood along with the triangular Kalorama Park is a few blocks south.

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

Kalorama Mews, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Do the residences at Kalorama Mews have access to parking?

A: Yes, in addition to street parking, there are also assigned parking spaces along the rear alleyway.

Q: Is there a Metro station in the area if I choose not to drive?

A: The Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro station is across the Duke Ellington Bridge.

Q: Is Kalorama Mews a pet-friendly complex?

A: Yes, dogs and cats are welcome. The Walter Pierce Dog Park is a short stroll away.

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

A: The distance is just under two miles.

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