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It’s called Truxton Circle. But the Northwest Washington enclave — often overshadowed by the more recognizable Bloomingdale, Shaw and NoMa — is shaped more like a triangle.
The neighborhood’s quiet and tree-lined streets with quaint, colorful rowhouses make it a welcome respite from the bustle of nearby North Capitol Street.
“It’s a great location, there’s easy proximity to parks and grocery stores and there are a lot of great restaurants in walking distance,” Becky Thiess said. Grocery shopping options, she said, include Giant at Seventh and O streets NW and a farmers market between May and November in neighboring Bloomingdale.