DC's first condominium development was originally the 75-acre estate of John McLean, a former owner of the Washington Post. In 1942, the estate was sold to the federal government and converted to housing for federal defense workers during World War II. In 1948, the federal government sold the property to the Hartford Insurance Company which managed the apartments as rental properties until McLean Gardens was converted to condominiums in 1981.
McLean Gardens in situated in a park-like setting and is walkable to the new Cathedral Commons shops & restaurants, the Red Line, and is a pet-friendly commumity with playgrounds, a community garden, grilling and picmic areas, tennis courts, and a swimming pool. CLICK HERE for information on what's currently selling in McLean Gardens.
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