Warder and Quebec Pl, NW3626-3640 Warder Street

3626-3640 Warder St, NW. Click on an image for a larger version.

The August 1, 1915 Washington Post (left) depicted the west side of Warder St, NW between Quebec and Princeton Places. Then, these homes were marketed for $5,000. The row is still looking pretty good (right). 3630 Warder is currently on the market and is listed for $379,000.

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Kent Boese posts items of historic interest, primarily within the District. He’s worked in libraries since 1994, both federal and law, and currently works on K Street. He’s been an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner serving the northern Columbia Heights and Park View neighborhoods since 2011 (ANC 1A), and is a candidate for the DC Council, Ward 1. He has a MS in Design from Arizona State University with strong interests in preservation, planning, and zoning. Kent is also the force behind the blog Park View, DC.