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Rock Creek Park Retreat Chevy Chase/Silver Spring

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Fantastic corner townhouse in a quiet, extremely safe, private historic neighborhood. 10 year old home with gorgeous hardwoods throughout and all the modern updates. Modern interior design for furniture and style. Natural light pours in the tall windows on both floors. Rock Creek Park is right behind our home - with uninterrupted bike trail access from here to the National Mall and all the monuments (only 8 Miles!). Huge master suite. Casper mattresses on all beds. Private garage.

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Expansive townhouse on the corner of an adorable historic neighborhood tucked in along Rock Creek Park. Inside the beltway location with convenient access to grocery stores and restaurants in Chevy Chase, Bethesda, and downtown Silver Spring. Huge master suite with enormous tub and large, modern all glass shower, two other bedrooms and a bonus room off the master make for comfortable living. Large modern kitchen flows into an open floor plan through a living room, dining room, and library. Verizon Fios cable tv and internet at gigabit speed access - great for entertainment or work. Private built in garage, plus free guest parking in one of the safest areas of NW Washington, DC.

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Direct access to Rock Creek Park on trails behind the house, as well as a ton of on-property walks and tours of a 200 year old historic campus.

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Here is a quick "Top Ten" list of our favorite museums, tours, monuments, and restaurants in case you wanted to book tickets in advance or make a reservation. Some won't require reservations, but just good to know where to look to plan your days. Google any of these recommendations to determine how to book a reservation or if tickets are needed:

1) The Tidal Basin - Stroll along the Cherry Blossom adorned path around the outside of the Tidal Basin to find some of our favorite monuments and views of downtown DC. On the loop you'll find the Roosevelt and MLK Jr memorials, along with the Thomas Jefferson memorial. Not far from the recently built Wharf District, which is a really spot for lunch on the water.

2) The Portrait Gallery - This art museum in Chinatown/Gallery Place is a where all of the Presidential Portraits are displayed, along with unique exhibits in a very vibrant part of town.

3) The Hamilton - A local gem of a restaurant located one block from the White House, this is definitely worth a reservation. It's an enormous place with many unique dining rooms. The price is pretty affordable for a downtown eatery, and the kids meals include free dessert. Plus the logo t-shirts of Hamilton in sunglasses are all the rage.

4) The Spy Museum - A cool bit of history mixed with a ton of fun, the Spy Museum is one of the few museums for which I would buy tickets (get tickets in advance), given that so many options are free. Great interactive exhibits, and an entire section on James Bond.

5) The U.S. Capitol - You are coming to Washington, DC, so you have to make time for history. Book your tour in advance and plan some time to get up on "The Hill." Located a bit further out from the main downtown, but easily accessible, is the US Capitol with its gorgeous rotunda and rich tradition. The visitor center and entrance is located on the back side of the building, start there and enjoy your tour. Bonus - a short walk from the Capitol building is Celeb Chef Spike Mendelsohn's "Good Stuff Eatery" with Farm to Table Burgers, Fries, Shakes and more.

6) Georgetown - The famed neighborhood that surrounds the fabled Catholic university on the hill, is a fantastic place for window shopping and people watching. Get to know the old DC down the cobblestone streets, narrow paths, and village style blocks of 200+ year old homes. Tons of restaurants in this area, but we prefer the Pizza Paradiso on M St for a quick bite.

7) Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy US Air and Space Museum (Virginia location) - This is worth the drive (maybe even worth doing on the drive out of town on the last day of your trip). This museum is massive and holds almost every type of aircraft ever flown by US civilians and the military - including the Space Shuttle Discovery - and they are all INDOORS. Interactive exhibits and rides, flight simulators, and a ton of history make this a favorite for our kids.

8) Ted's Bulletin - This local restaurant on 14th NW is built to honor the "Golden Years" after WW2. They serve breakfast all day, bake their own original "pop tarts" with unique flavors, and serve boozy milkshakes for grownups who are into that kinda thing.

9) The Smithsonian National Zoo - The animals are out in the Spring! This is their season of rebirth - from the elephants to the pandas, and the lions and tigers and (sloth) bears... "oh my!" This zoo is very well curated and there is a broad diversity of animals from all around the globe. Located in the Woodley Park, just above downtown, the zoo is free and beautifully maintained. Built on a hill, it's important to remember if you walk from the top to the bottom you are gonna have to climb that hill at the end!

10) Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial. Don't worry, you can't miss em. Just look for the tallest structure in the city, and head in that direction.

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Fantastic corner townhouse in a quiet, extremely safe, private historic neighborhood. 10 year old home with gorgeous hardwoods throughout and all the modern updates. Modern interior design for furniture and style. Natural light pours in the tall windows on both floors. Rock Creek Park is right behind our home - with uninterrupted bike trail access from here to the National Mall and all the monuments (only 8 Miles!).… قراءة المزيد

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The campus began in 1867 as "Ye Forest Inne," a summer vacation retreat for Washington, D.C., residents. The retreat did not succeed financially, and the property was sold and redeveloped as a finishing school, opening to students in 1894. The architecture of the campus remained eclectic and whimsical. In addition to various Victorian styles, exotic designs included a Dutch windmill, a Swiss chalet, a Japanese pagoda, an Italian villa, a Greek Theater, and an English castle. Many of these small homes with international designs were built from blueprints obtained by competing sororities, but all were designed by architect Emily Elizabeth Holman of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The campus also featured covered walkways, outdoor sculptures, and elaborately planned formal gardens. Among the administration was Assistant Dean of the College, Miss Edna Roeckel. In 1936 it was renamed "National Park College" and its focus was realigned with more modern education trends; it remained one of the most prestigious women's schools in the country.

On September 14, 1972, a 27-acre (0.11-km²) National Park Seminary Historic District was listed as a national historic district on the National Register of Historic Places.

In 2003, a development team led by the Alexander Company began implementing a plan to preserve the campus as the core of a new residential neighborhood. The residential neighborhood consists of townhomes, condominiums, and apartments. The townhomes are in a variety of architectural styles from Spanish mission to colonial. The apartments, some of which are affordable housing, are in the main structure. Condominiums are located in several buildings that branch off of the main structure including the Senior House, Senior Annex, and Music Hall. There are condominiums in the Chapel and Aloha House. The Alexander Company's plans for redevelopment of the site were featured in a 2006 New York Times story.

Portions of the abandoned seminary grounds were made available for townhouse development which began in 2006. Portions of the old growth forest in the glen were cut down for the commercial housing development and portions were retained. Today the glen remains relatively unfinished, with the original structures untouched. There are walking trails and statues from the 1800's, which keep the historic interest alive, while still remaining separate from the development of the main campus and new construction of the homes and townhomes.
The campus began in 1867 as "Ye Forest Inne," a summer vacation retreat for Washington, D.C., residents. The retreat did not succeed financially, and the property was sold and redeveloped as a finishing school,…

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Family man with 2 amazing children and a gorgeous wife : ) Lifelong educator and school administrator with a keen ear for music. Kind, generous, mindful, and always grateful. Born in Ohio, lived in North Carolina, San Francisco, and now Washington DC. I am a Buckeye. My wife is a Steeler.
Family man with 2 amazing children and a gorgeous wife : ) Lifelong educator and school administrator with a keen ear for music. Kind, generous, mindful, and always grateful. Born…
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We are available via phone, text, and email - very responsive to guests needs and questions. We are likely to be traveling, so it may take a few hours to respond. We will also leave a local contact person that can be available to come to the house if need be.
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