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Mapping Pads Near Adams Morgan's Tryst

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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.


Once known for grimy drinking spots, loud sorority girls, and discarded jumbo slices (and still kind of is), the 18th Street corridor received a facelift, and it's partygoers are becoming a bit classier. And for AdMo denizens, to drown the hangover in caffeine or for some of "hair of the dog", Tryst is where they go. With a funky aesthetic of mismatched chairs and tables—think Friends' Central Perk—the coffeehouse is a bit of everything for everyone. Part bar, part restaurant, mostly coffee. After getting wired and a bit tipsy, check out one of these pads to rest and relax before round two. Cheers.


· Tryst [Official Site]
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$274,900

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It may be the most affordable unit on this list, but it still has taste to spare. The one bedroom coop is in the Mintwood Place Cooperative. It's fees are a manageable $505 per month.

$325,000

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Low condo fees and lots of natural light. So what's it gonna be? The place is currently modified into a two bedroom, but it's really a one bedroom + den. It says it's close to the Metro, but I guess walking 10+ minutes across Rock Creek Park is considered close.

$410,000

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This one bedroom condo has got the loft style down pat. With "loads of windows" and an underground parking space, the unit has plenty in its favor. Plus, it's "within seconds of the bars and restaurants" in the nabe.

$469,900

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For those with a more sophisticated side, the one bedroom penthouse unit has a parking and a private balcony. Plus the modern, masculine taste will be appealing to some buyers.

$474,999

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This duplex condo in a boutique building has one bedroom but two levels. The place has plenty of storage and the location is...ahem, "killer". Though it may be a condo, the listing insists it "lives like a house".

$824,900

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A coop with potential. That's putting it mildly. This unit has more than 4,000 sq.ft. of space meaning it's only about $200 per sq.ft. But the space has hardly any style. Tear up the carpet. Repaint the walls. And make this place fabulous!

$824,900

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Ain't nothing like living like a baller. In this two story loft with style galore perfect for kicking it, this quasi three bedroom pad is perfect for making your mark.

$1,095,000

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A two-level penthouse at the corner of Kalorama and 17th Street. Packed with perks, the unit is "rarely available". And an additional bonus is the fact Harris Teeter is a stone's throw away.

$1,149,000

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Forget multi-unit living. This Victorian row house wants you to "bring offers". The home has four en-suite bedrooms plus a separate in-law suite. Can someone say rental income?

$2,700,000

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At this price, the buyer probably wouldn't be slumming it at Tryst. But no matter because he may still need to make a caffeine run. This is a Spanish Revival residence with eight bedrooms and more than six bathrooms. Plus, there's parking for three sets of wheels.

$274,900

It may be the most affordable unit on this list, but it still has taste to spare. The one bedroom coop is in the Mintwood Place Cooperative. It's fees are a manageable $505 per month.

$325,000

Low condo fees and lots of natural light. So what's it gonna be? The place is currently modified into a two bedroom, but it's really a one bedroom + den. It says it's close to the Metro, but I guess walking 10+ minutes across Rock Creek Park is considered close.

$410,000

This one bedroom condo has got the loft style down pat. With "loads of windows" and an underground parking space, the unit has plenty in its favor. Plus, it's "within seconds of the bars and restaurants" in the nabe.

$469,900

For those with a more sophisticated side, the one bedroom penthouse unit has a parking and a private balcony. Plus the modern, masculine taste will be appealing to some buyers.

$474,999

This duplex condo in a boutique building has one bedroom but two levels. The place has plenty of storage and the location is...ahem, "killer". Though it may be a condo, the listing insists it "lives like a house".

$824,900

A coop with potential. That's putting it mildly. This unit has more than 4,000 sq.ft. of space meaning it's only about $200 per sq.ft. But the space has hardly any style. Tear up the carpet. Repaint the walls. And make this place fabulous!

$824,900

Ain't nothing like living like a baller. In this two story loft with style galore perfect for kicking it, this quasi three bedroom pad is perfect for making your mark.

$1,095,000

A two-level penthouse at the corner of Kalorama and 17th Street. Packed with perks, the unit is "rarely available". And an additional bonus is the fact Harris Teeter is a stone's throw away.

$1,149,000

Forget multi-unit living. This Victorian row house wants you to "bring offers". The home has four en-suite bedrooms plus a separate in-law suite. Can someone say rental income?

$2,700,000

At this price, the buyer probably wouldn't be slumming it at Tryst. But no matter because he may still need to make a caffeine run. This is a Spanish Revival residence with eight bedrooms and more than six bathrooms. Plus, there's parking for three sets of wheels.