Hip, fun, sophisticated and ready for you to call it home
Clarendon is a wonderful district along the Orange Line. Every Wednesday there is a farmer’s market outside of the Metro Stop at Highland. Live music at Iota- meet you there! Sustainable cuisine from a locally owned and operated family restaurant- try any of the 3 sister restaurants, Northside Social (fantastic boutique wine and coffee- all locally or sustainably sourced), Liberty Tavern (upscale bar with sophisticated, season and locally sourced cuisine), or the newest addition, Lyon Hall (a culinary experience to try!). Looking for some good shopping, intermixed in the fun, you’ll find, many locally owned shops (Revolution Cycles or how about Max and Ruffy’s). Central to the shops in Clarendon is a Whole Foods grocery which can be packed on weekends, but offers a very convenient solution to your healthy living and sustainable food needs! Clarendon isn’t just luxury condos like the beautiful concierge style Phoenix, but there are tremendous opportunities with single family homes; new development as infill is typically green built and tends to stay very true to the craftsman and bungalow styles. Whatever style you’re looking for in real estate, stick with me, and we'll find it for you in Clarendon.
Our favorite things about Clarendon: Oh my goodness. This is a difficult one, because I love Clarendon. I totally do. I love Northside Social because I get a vanilla steamer from them and it tastes like a warm vanilla milkshake, but less calories. I love Clarendon’s hidden retail shops down Filmore like Bakeshop and Screwtop that you have to stumble upon behind 1021 Clarendon. I love that you’ll see girls in mini-skirts next to women in suits looking perfectly confident and I love that you’ll see men of all ages staring at them in Clarendon. People watching is the best from a rooftop in Clarendon.