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Naylor Gardens

Naylor Gardens is a small neighborhood located in southeast Washington, D.C. It is bounded by Suitland Road to the north, Southern Avenue to the south, Naylor Road to the west, and Branch Avenue to the east. The neighborhood is located in the area south and east of the Anacostia River.

Naylor Gardens is dominated by an owner held, residential co-op. Hailed by the Washington Post as one of DC's last best kept secrets, the neighborhood is minutes away from historic Capitol Hill and its neighbor, the Capitol Riverfront district, and a short walk to the new Southeast waterfront. The community is adjacent to Hillcrest to the northeast, Skyland to the northwest, and Garfield Heights to the west.

References

"http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A55773-2004Dec10.html?nav=rss_realestate/wherewelive" The Washington Post, December 11, 2004.

"http://www.apartmentratings.com/rate/DC-Washington-Naylor-Gardens-Apartments.html" For rental information.

Coordinates: 38°51′24″N 76°58′00″W / 38.8568°N 76.9666°W / 38.8568; -76.9666

External links

  • Near Capitol A blog about Naylor Gardens and its neighbors


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