Mention turn-of-the-century and Logan Circle in the same sentence and grand Victorian homes come to mind. But is that the real world?
Today’s Logan Circle captures a unique look in the growth and development of the neighborhood as those historic buildings that once housed auto shops, horses and Laundromats are now stunning examples of modern interior design and habitation on a smaller level for single professionals and families alike.
So, how does Washington’s most talked about neighborhood keep its unique and historic character in the modern realties of today’s housing market? Find out as this year’s Logan Circle Holiday House Tour reveals the before and after architectural success of the neighborhood’s new century that’s made it not only the place to be seen, but the place to live.
An 1812 home’s top floor and attic turned penthouse entertainment area is just one of the unique sites to be seen this weekend. See the variation of a top floor and basement level apartment in the same building that show modern chic and functional living and where the next unit is headed.
Each year, Logan Circle Community Association (LCCA) hosts this annual holiday event that kicks off the season in style. Following the tour, enjoy the unique musical talents of harpists and carolers at the annual Wassail Party hosted at Studio Theatre (1501 14th St. NW).
Advance tickets are $30 and can be purchased online until Saturday, December 5. Tickets on the day of the tour are $35 at Studio Theatre or Old City Farm and Guild
Proceeds from the event will continue LCCA’s longtime mission of providing an
effective voice for a diverse residential and business community in its historic neighborhood while building a thriving future.