Where to Search Washington DC Row Homes For Sale

Posted by Andre M Perez on Tuesday, February 17th, 2015 at 3:27pm.

Washington DC Row Homes For Sale

There’s no doubt that row homes are a pretty big part of the Washington DC real estate landscape. Full of historic charm and unrivaled character, these attached homes are some of the most sought-after properties in the entire city, even despite many lacking modern layouts, features, and amenities.

Like in most cities, certain neighborhoods are known for specific types of real estate, and when it comes to row homes for sale in Washington DC, you’ll likely want to begin your search in a few distinct parts of town.

Capitol Hill is probably Washington DC’s most well-known neighborhood for high-end row homes. A preferred destination for many of our nation's leaders, Capitol Hill is the city's largest historic residential neighborhood, and the inventory of stunning row houses here is nothing short of remarkable. In addition, it’s park-like setting and quiet tree-lined streets offer the kind of living environment that’s hard to find in any other part of town, further enhancing its appeal to those who appreciate a historic and vintage look and feel to a home.

Along with Capitol Hill’s desirability however, real estate in the area can certainly be pricey at times, and if you're looking for an early 19th or 20th century row house with a price tag that’s somewhat more affordable, Adams Morgan might be a good place to start.

As one of DC’s most diverse neighborhoods, the wide variety of international shops and restaurants in Adams Morgan, along with its vibrant nightlife scene, truly make it a unique location for all kinds of different home buyers.

If you’re a potential home buyer who loves to look and classic architecture behind many Washington DC row homes but might not know exactly what to expect, you’ll typically find that most often between four and 10 bedrooms and three and eight bathrooms, or in other words ample living space for even the largest of families. However, the downside to row homes is that most rarely offer much green or private yard space, making those that are situated near public parks even that much more coveted.

So, if you think you might be ready to begin your row home search in Washington DC, have a closer look at the featured listings below, or call District One Properties at 202-709-9222 for more information or to schedule a showing.


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