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Mt.Vernon's Becoming Lux While The Eagle Flies Away

Welcome to Bar Crawl Living where we find some worthy domiciles within stumbling distance of a neighborhood hotspot. If there's a place you want us to scope out, leave a comment or send word to our tipline.

Remember the epic sand drop for New York Avenue Beach Bar. [Amy McKeever/Eater.com]

Mt.Vernon, the DC spot and not George Washington's old estate, is smashed between Gallery Place, Shaw, and Logan Circle. Development is a non-stop story in this nabe as block and after block is being turned into something awesome. On New York Ave between 6th and 7th Streets are three bars that can give even the pickiest bar patron what he's looking for. There's Lux Lounge for a classy, sophisticated experience. Next door is the New York Avenue Beach Bar for a whimsical time. And next to that is DC Eagle, which is for a more niche group looking for guys who like leather and/or underwear. Even though the Eagle is heading out of the nabe in November after 25 years of keeping things risque in Mt. Vernon, there are still plenty of options for drinking, chilling, and living in this ever-evolving environ.

1. 437 New York Ave
Asking Price: $374,555
Square Feet: 800
What It's All About: The Yale Steam Laundry has a 1 bedroom, 1 bath "dramatic, loft-style condo" that offers "modern living" despite the "barn yard door" to the bedroom. Keep it chic with the "designer kitchen" and "custom closet" in the unit, plus the concierge, gym, communal lounge, and the roof deck with spectacular views.

2. 809 6th St
Asking Price: $489,990
Square Feet: 1,005
What It's All About: On the market for about a month and with a price drop of $10,000, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo has a deal to sweeten the pot: the seller will pay for one year of parking. The luxury condo is in a "prime location" with "11 foot loft style ceilings" and a building rooftop that is "is the perfect place to relax or grill". Grab the unit before the weather is too cold to enjoy the roof.

3. 1132 6th St
Asking Price: $509,000
Square Feet: 815 (or 1,050)
What It's All About: This middle unit has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and includes parking. Located in a renovated row house with only two other condos, the unit has exposed brick wall, hardwood floors, a renovated kitchen, and a spa-like bathroom. And the house's roof deck offers a chance to to catch some rays before the winter arrives.

4. 475 K St
Asking Price: $570,000
Square Feet: 1,008
What It's All About: At The K at City Vista, there are "tons of amenities, a friendly community atmosphere, beautiful units, and a vibrant transit-friendly neighborhood" that is looking for a buyer who wants a "great place to call home". The 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo includes a garage parking spot and extra storage.

· The K at City Vista [Official Site]

5. 477 M St
Asking Price: $995,000
Square Feet: 3,166
What It's All About: There's not too much info for this row house, but it's ideal for a buyer who might want to have it "converted to 2 or more condominium/rental units". The ask has been dropped by nearly $5,000. And there's only a pic of the exterior, so the interior's condition is anyone's guess.

· Lux Lounge DC [Official Site]
· DC Eagle [Official Site]
· New York Avenue Beach Bar [Official Site]
· All Bar Crawl Living Posts [CDC]
· All New York Avenue Beach Bar Coverage [EDC]