Cathedral Heights Homes For Sale in Washington DC

Cathedral Heights, also sometimes simply known as Cathedral, is a small residential neighborhood in the northwestern part of Washington, DC. While its specific boundaries are often debated, it is generally agreed that the neighborhood lies between Tenleytown to the north, American University to the west, Glover Archbold Park to the south, and Cleveland Park to the east. Cathedral Heights homes for sale in Washington DC tend toward apartments and condominiums, often in large, grand historic buildings such as the Westchester and the Warwick. This quiet neighborhood gets its name from the nearby National Cathedral. [Read more about the Cathedral Heights neighborhood below…]

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Cathedral Heights Homes For Sale in Washington DCSingle family homes in Cathedral Heights account for about 15 percent of the total properties, and vary in design and size, including American Craftsman (also known as Sears Roebuck houses), Victorian, Colonial, Cape Cod, and Tudor-style, and row houses. Houses are on the pricey side, often running into seven figures. Condominiums are reasonably priced for the District of Columbia, but can come with larger than average condo fees due to the many amenities offered, including pools, tennis courts, and concierge services. Rentals also account for a significant number of the Cathedral Heights housing market.

While Cathedral Heights homes have an index value of $420,700, the actual range is quite wide. The resident population is also diverse, including young families, single professionals, educators, health workers, and those in the government sector. There are good public schools in the area including Hearst Elementary and Horace Mann Elementary, noted private schools such as Sidwell Friends, and institutes of higher learning including American University and Georgetown University.

One of the few drawbacks to Cathedral Heights is the lack of a neighborhood metro station, the closet one being in neighborhooring Tenleytown. Apart from that, it is a quiet, attractive neighborhood with great walkability. Popular eateries include Cactus Cantina, 2 Amy's and the upscale Palena. From old Art Deco apartment buildings to million dollar homes, the real estate market in Cathedral Heights offers something for everyone

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Listing information last updated on December 19th, 2018 at 8:31am EST.