Queens Chapel, Washington, D.C. is a neighborhood along the city's northeastern border. It is defined by Riggs Road on the north, South Dakota Avenue on the west, Galloway Street NE on the south and Eastern Avenue on the east. Queens Chapel is close to the neighborhoods of Pleasant Hill and Woodridge.
Queens Chapel is in the unique position of having convenient access to the famous attractions in metropolitan Washington, D.C., and more laid-back destinations in western Maryland. Residents of apartments for rent in Queens Chapel, Washington, D.C., can take the Metro to any of the free-admission museums of the Smithsonian or all the bustling sights of the National Mall. For those who prefer rustic attractions, traveling eastward into Maryland will mean access to places such as the historic Canal Place and several freshwater fishing hotspots.
Another advantage for Queens Chapel, Washington, D.C., apartment rentals would be the neighborhood's proximity to the area known as Little Rome. This area earned its moniker because of the presence of at least 60 Catholic institutions including the Catholic University of America, which is the only educational institution founded by U.S. Catholic bishops with the approval of the Vatican. The campus includes an impressive collection of architecturally significant buildings. Trinity Washington University, founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame, is located across the CUA campus, while the Dominican House of Studies is adjacent so residents of apartments in Queens Chapel, Washington, D.C., have easy access to these sites, which are often the subject of walking tours.
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