Bloomingdale Real Estate For Sale, Washington DC
Located less than two miles from the Capitol Building, Bloomingdale is a Washington, DC neighborhood that has recovered from urban blight and become highly sought after. With an eclectic populace that runs from teachers to politicians, Bloomingdale homes for sale typically include nicely restored Victorian rowhouses and upscale condos. According to DC real estate guide Urban Turf, median sales prices have doubled over the past decade. Average sales prices for condos, townhouses, and single family detached homes run from the mid to high six figures. As might be imagined, inventory is tight and Bloomingdale homes for sale in Washington DC tend to get snatched up quickly. While condos and detached homes sold in 31 and 34 days respectively, townhouses are an especially hot item, lasting an average of only 12 days on market. [Read more about Bloomingdale real estate below…]
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Bounded by Channing Street to the north, North Capitol Street to the east, Florida Avenue to the south, and Second Street to the west, Bloomingdale homes for sale occupy a geographically compressed neighborhood that was originally considered to be a border between Washington, DC and the outlying country area. Nonetheless, it is still very much in the heart of the city, and provides a convenient location for those wanting to avoid a long commute to work. While originally categorized by a handful of large estates, the need for workers' housing grew as DC became a bustling city. Row houses, churches and paved streets followed, and the neighborhood began to take its more modern identity. Today, Bloomingdale homes for sale typify much of the DC real estate market in the more central parts of the city. In other words, a mixture of historic charm and urban chic.
Despite being at the heart of the city, Bloomingdale still has a distinct neighborhood feel. Businesses are categorized by small shops and eateries, and residents enjoy chatting at the Bloomingdale Farmer's Market, the Big Bear Cafe, and Crispus Attucks Park. There are a number of schools in the immediate area, including Trinity Washington University, the Catholic University of America, and Howard University. Real estate buyers perusing properties for sale will likely notice condo projects stemming from restored public buildings, post-Victorian townhouses built by notable developer Harry Wardman, and brick homes set nicely back from the street with covered porches. The popularity of Bloomingdale homes for sale isn't likely to wane soon, and interested buyers should act while prices are still competitive.
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Listing information last updated on December 19th, 2018 at 2:16am EST.