Anacostia Real Estate For Sale

As one of Washington, DC's most affordable neighborhoods, Anacostia has been attracting young families and professionals in droves. Located in the southeast quadrant of the nation's capitol, Anacostia was settled in 1854 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Anacostia homes offer a larger than average number of distressed properties for sale and provide a welcome alternative to some of DC's pricier real estate.

Anacostia homes for sale in Washington DC offer an old and diverse range of architectural styles, including clapboard rowhouses, brownstones, Tudors, tall boxy Victorians with covered porches and Craftsman bungalows. As one of DC's first suburbs, the neighborhood was geared toward the working class, including those who worked at the Navy Yard on the other side of the Anacostia River. The neighborhood went through a rough stretch in the 1990's but the historical charm is undeniable, and the gentrification of the neighborhood is in full swing. With a number of available foreclosures in the area, Anacostia homes have become a haven for young buyers with restoration plans in hand. [Read more about Anacostia real estate below…]

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Anacostia Homes For Sale in Washington DCAccording to the latest Zillow reports, the the home value index for Anacostia is $182,300, representing a 10 percent increase from the previous year. The current meridian list price is $199,900, with a sales price average of $195,300. Condos represent 45.9 percent of the home listings, with single family homes representing 43.4 percent. Anacostia homes and businesses have come a long way over the past five years, with buildings being revitalized and neighbors congregating at popular hangouts like the Uniontown Bar & Grill, and Big Chair Coffee.

Anacostia homes include those in its specific historic downtown district and the neighboring blocks. Originally called Uniontown, the name was changed to reflect its proximity to the river. There are a number of public elementary and middle schools in town, as well as nearby charter schools. Downtown Washington is only a ten minute ride via the Metro's Green Line, accessible at the Anacostia Metro Station. The Anacostia Museum is a popular place to visit, as is the Honfleur Gallery which exhibits nationally known and local artists. This is a unique neighborhood, and clearly on the rise.

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Listing information last updated on December 19th, 2018 at 2:30am EST.