Capitol Hill is bounded by South Capitol Street SE, Constitution Avenue NE, 2nd Street NE, Massachusetts Avenue NE, C Street NE, Maryland Avenue NE, 8th Street NE, Pennsylvania Avenue SE, 13th Street SE, Potomac Avenue SE, K Street SE, and Virginia Avenue SE.
Here, you’ll find a range of housing styles that, together, make everyday living in the nation’s capital convenient, classy, and luxurious. Capitol Hill consists primarily of stunning historic rowhomes and manors in a range of styles and with a range of architectural features, from Federal and Italianate to Romanesque and Queen Anne.
Considered one of the most powerful neighborhoods in the United States of America, Capitol Hill is a place where modern living meets local (and national) history. Take, for example, The Car Barn, a Romanesque Revival masterpiece that was once home to the Metropolitan Railroad Company and, in 2004, was transformed into a 196-unit condominium.