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Logan Circle Holiday House Tour
The Logan Circle Holiday House Tour is an annual event sponsored by the Logan Circle Community Association that provides a walking tour of ten historic and contemporary homes in the neighborhood. Participants get an up close view of the architecture, interior design, and art in some of Washington DC's most interesting properties ranging from brick and stone rowhomes to modern condos overlooking 14th Street. The Logan Circle Holiday House Tour features different homes each year. The tour is self-paced and participants are given a map of the area so that they can choose to visit the properties in any order. The event will feature a variety of musicians and singers lending holiday cheer, as well as a welcoming reception at Studio Theatre.
Date and Time: Sunday, December 3, 2017, 1-5 p.m.
Starting Point: Studio Theatre, 1501 14th St, NW (at P Street) Washington DC. See a map.
TIckets: $30 per person: Available online at www.logancircle.org. Proceeds from the tour help fund programs to improve the quality of life for residents and businesses in Logan Circle.
Enjoy the following photos and get a glimpse of the homes featured in a prior year.Continue to 2 of 8 below.
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Condominium on 15th Street NW Washington DC
This spectacular condo on 15th Street NW in Washington DC is an "urban oasis" with great views of 15th and P Streets. The living room boasts 20-foot high ceilings giving the space a very open feeling. The decor is very modern and the owner displays beautiful artwork throughout the property including unique items such as a photograph of the construction and urban renewal after the fall of the Berlin Wall (Frank Thiel, 1998) and an artists proof by Andy Warhol (Howdy Doody, 1981). The second floor features a spacious master suite and office with custom wall-to-wall built-ins.Continue to 3 of 8 below.
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1461-1463 Rhode Island Ave. NW Washington DC
This Queen Anne-style mansion, located at 1461-1463 Rhode Island Ave. NW Washington DC, is home to the headquarters of the United States Daughters of 1812. The mansion, located in the heart of Logan Circle, serves as a library and museum displaying antiques that dating between 1784 and 1815 including many artifacts from the War of 1812. The stunning property has two floors and tours are given by museum docents. The Library and Museum are open to the public on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.Continue to 4 of 8 below.
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Rowhouse on Corcoran St NW Washington DC
This historic three-level rowhouse on Corcoran Street has been renovated and decorated with a contemporary flair. The owner of this property is an artist and has exquisite taste in furnishings and artwork. The owner has a large art studio in the basement which is filled with one-of-a-kind glass art.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Rooftop - Corcoran St NW Washington DC
The rowhouse on Corcoran Street has an enormous deck with a spiral staircase leading to a second-level terrace. This property has incredible views of the Logan Circle area.Continue to 6 of 8 below.
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John Wesley Ame Zion Church
The John Wesley Ame Zion Church, located at 1615 14th St. NW Washington DC, was built in 1894 in the Romanesque architectural style. The church has undergone extensive expansion and renovation in recent years. All of the pews were refinished and upholstered and new hardwood floors were installed.Continue to 7 of 8 below.
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Zion Church Stained Glass Windows
The Zion Church has gorgeous stained glass windows in its sanctuary.Continue to 8 of 8 below.
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Kitchen on S. Street NW Washington DC
This home on S Street is eco-friendly and the owners focus on reusing and recycling in their every day life. The kitchen counter tops and dining table were built from reclaimed wood and most of their appliances were purchased from urban salvage businesses.