Allen Park Condo

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Just a short walk from Rock Creek Park and in a quiet neighborhood steps away from AdamsMorgan, Woodly Park Metro, and Historic Kalorama triangle, Allen Park Condo is a charming Historical building with brick front that are known to many, even as shown in the movie "A few good men". This beautifully renovated and spacious condo with traditional floor plan offers convenience and comfort.

Built in 1926, Allen Park Condo is a 4 story brick front building with an elevator, secured lobby with mailboxes, commone Laundry room, secured bike room, and a court yard. Most Terrace level units have private entrance in addition to the interior entrance, top floors has skylights, gas, hot and cold water are included in condo fee / rent.

There are 3 two bedroom units, 2 studios, and 37 one bedrooms units.

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