This 1922 bungalow on Brandywine Street in Washington, D.C. is located just a few blocks from the Tenleytown Metro stop.
Brandywine -- Washington, D.C.
This 2,000-square-foot bungalow on Brandywine Street in D.C.’s American University Park neighborhood features spacious front and back porches, three bedrooms with walk-in closets, and a finished basement. Built in 1922, the sun-filled bungalow’s interior has been thoroughly updated and brought into the 21st century. Located just a short walk to the Tenleytown Metro stop, Fort Reno Park, and a plethora of shops, the property is ideal for urban dwellers looking for a charming piece of history in a vibrant community. Price: $875,000... Read More →
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Geoff Montes is an Editorial Intern at the National Trust. He enjoys Art Deco architecture, any activity that can be done at the beach, and cotton candy.