Lily Ponds is adjacent to River Terrace and the Anacostia Park with trails, ball fields and playgrounds. So close to nature but still close to Capitol Hill and downtown Washington DC.
“For Rent” –
3337 Clays St, NE
Recently remodeled 3 level rowhome with 2 bedrooms and a bath upstairs, open living room / dining area / kitchen on the first level, and third bedroom and laundry in the basement. New kitchen with granite countertop and stainless appliances, and new bath with marble tile. Larger backyard is fenced. Great home for only $2,148 monthly. Vouchers welcomed. Quick and easy online application. $30 application fee. Available immediately.
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For more information please contact The McConkey Team at 202-255-1900, or E-mail at McConkeyTeam@Aol.Com
History Of Lily Ponds
100 years ago, the land that is now Kenilworth Park and The Aquatic Gardens, was the property of Civil War veteran Walter B. Shaw. Fond of waterlilies from his home state of Maine, he planted some on his property. The lilies became popular and Walter B. Shaw brought in more plants, and turned it into a business called “W.B. Shaw Lily Ponds.” After Shaw died, the gardens were maintained by his daughter, Helen, but declined and faced foreclosure in the 1930s. Helen worked to save the gardens and convinced Congress to pay to add the gardens to the National Park Service, now Anacostia Park.