1910 DC Rowhouse

1141 4th Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002

This beautiful 1910 DC Rowhouse, completely gutted and refurbished in 2013-2014, is now available for filming. Located in Greater NoMa (the “H Street Corridor” and “Old City”), the hippest new neighborhood adjacent to historic Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.'s., the house is in the heart of an area rediscovered for its history, nuance, tradition and "neighborhoodness." A small enclave in a big city with brick sidewalks and connected row homes built between the 1890s and the 1940s, the H Street Corridor is rich with history. Once a middle-class African American neighborhood, it was decimated in the riots after Marin Luther King was assassinated then fell into the hands of drug dealers in the 1980s. Its resurgence began about 10-15 years ago when Metro built the NoMa/Gallaudet stop. The area has bragging rights to unprecedented change and improvement. From new, award winning restaurants to redevelopments, the H Street Corridor is home for the U-line (first U.S. Beatles concert) now operated as an REI to the trendy food hall Union Market.

1910 DC Rowhouse has 5 bedrooms including a fully independent English basement. The main flooor features a Great Room with sliding doors and access to a Juliet porch. The kitchen has a natural wood island, a farm sink, and a glass dining table with built-in extension. There’s also a powder room with a "Mercedes red" sink fashioned out of an old roaster oven. A chalkboard wall parlor sports much of the home's centuries-old history, with exposed rafters, a chandelier circa 1915-1930, and a working 1920s radio. There’s also a private courtyard with a garden, a fire pit and a basketball net. The entire property is available for filming. Contact the host today to book this unique rowhouse for your next film or television production.

 
 
 

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