Developer Matt Shkor at Potomac Construction and Architect Michael Beidler of Trout Design renovated a single-family house at 1867 Park Rd. NW, left, into a three-unit condo. They built a two-unit condo building next door at 1865 Park Rd. NW, right. (HomeVisit)

The Northwest Washington neighborhood of Mount Pleasant, consistently one of the most sought-after markets in the city for the past few years, is known for its stately rowhouses and a handful of single-family houses in the western part of the community as well as condos and apartments closer to the commercial center along Mount Pleasant Street.

Redfin brokerage named Mount Pleasant the fifth-hottest neighborhood in the United States at the beginning of 2016, with a median home price of $760,000.

Now five new condos in two adjacent buildings are pushing up prices in the neighborhood, listing for as much as $1.295 million.

Developer Matt Shkor at Potomac Construction and architect Michael Beidler of Trout Design renovated and remodeled a dilapidated single-family house at 1867 Park Rd. NW, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, into a three-unit condo. They built a two-unit condo building on an adjacent lot, at 1865 Park Rd. NW.

The two largest condos are in 1865 Park Rd.: a two-level, three-bedroom, four-bathroom unit with two terraces and 2,350 square feet of living space priced at $1.295 million, and a two-level, three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit with a balcony and 1,875 square feet priced at $1.25 million.

Two of the three units are still available at 1867 Park Rd.: a 915-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit priced at $699,000, and a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit with a balcony priced at $999,000.

For photos of the units at 1865 Park Rd., click here. For photos of 1867 Park Rd., click here.

For more information, contact Compass real estate agents Trent Heminger at 202-210-6448 or D’Ann Lanning at 951-315-6534

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect a change in real estate agents.