Welcome to Mount Pleasant

In the same fashion as most of the neighborhoods in Washington DC, Mount Pleasant also features prominent commercial and historical landmarks. From the picturesque Queen Anne-style row houses to a highly-patronized weekend Farmer's Market, this neighborhood is truly as dynamic as it is well-conserved. Get more information on why choosing to live in Mount Pleasant could be one of the best decisions in your life.

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About the neighborhood

Located at the northwestern quadrant of Washington DC, Mount Pleasant is a progressive neighborhood that has kept its precious historical value up to present time. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) on October 5, 1987. It has Heritage Trail walking tour that consists of 17 street markers or landmarks, namely Fashionable 16th Street, Upheaval and Activism, Mount Pleasant Library, Sacred Heart Academy, Avenue of Churches, Village Life, Twenty-seven Little Flags, The Oldest House, Czech Row, Voices at Vespers, Defying the Restrictive Covenants, Changing Fashions, War and Peace, Main Street, Streetcar Suburb, The First Bodega, and The Urban Village. 

Must Visit Spots in Town!

Mount Pleasant Farmer's Market -  Weekly outdoor market that is open from the months of May-December

Mt. Pleasant Heritage Trail  - walking tour that consists of guides to 17 landmarks

Klingle Valley Trail - nature trail that passes through Rock Creek Park

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