Valley Vista Condominiums

Located at 2032-2040 Belmont Road NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Kalorama

With its 169 condominium residences, Valley Vista is so large that it actually has two street addresses, 2032 and 2040 Belmont Road in the affluent Kalorama neighborhood. For the record, however, 2032 Belmont Road with its long front awning is considered the building’s main entrance. Built in 1928, Valley Vista has an architectural appearance that is quite different from the Beaux-Arts and Victorian styles so prevalent in the area. Instead, the building is pure Art Deco, designed by Louis Justement with linear concepts, blocky bays, and multiple wings.

There’s quite a wide array of floorplans at Valley Vista, with studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units coming in varying sizes in a range from 375 to over 1,400 square feet. In other words, you can find a studio larger than some one-bedrooms, and one-bedrooms larger than some two-bedroom layouts—all part of a landmark building with an eclectic nature and a storied past. The Valley Vista is in a leafy, hilly area, across from a verdant greenbelt that includes Rock Creek Trail and horse stables. Other notable residential buildings in the neighborhood include the Dresden, the Carthage, 2101 Connecticut, the Wyoming, and others.

More About Valley Vista, Washington, DC

Valley Vista is a storied building that has been colorfully chronicled over the years, including a 1980s Washington Post piece that posited the possibility of ghosts, along with quirky management and turbulent renovations. But the stories and the characters and a building that meanders around the corner under a canopy of trees, all add up to a unique and kitschy charm. And for the sake of transparency, the building as it exists today has gone through a lot of upgrades, including to the common areas.

The interior finishes at Valley Vista are quite lovely, and typically include refinished vintage hardwood floors, built-ins, and intriguing archways. Many of the units come with sunrooms, which work well for work-from-home spaces or reading rooms. Galley-style kitchens have often been remodeled over time, sometimes with partially opened up walls. The numerous square bays and angles of the building sometimes translate to interesting room shapes, lending further to the character of the building. In-unit washers and dryers are typically not allowed, but the community laundry room is quite large, with many machines and sitting areas. The marble lobby is staffed seven days a week, and there is also a bike room, and courtyard gardens. On-site parking is limited, and prospective condo buyers should check for details.

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

Valley Vista, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Are pets allowed at Valley Vista?

A: Cats and service animals are allowed, but it is best to check with the building’s management for the most current information.

Q: What parks or greenspaces are close to Valley Vista?

A: The building is across from Rock Creek Park and is also close to the small Belmont Road Park and Kalorama Park.

Q: Are there any Metrorail stations in the area?

A: Yes, the Woodley Park Metro is about 0.7 miles away, across Taft Bridge.

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