Dutch Colonial Style Homes in Washington DC Metro Area

While Dutch Colonial homes in Washington Metro represent one of the smallest market segments, they are also one of the most interesting and historically significant styles. Early Dutch settlers established a large east coast area known as New Netherlands as far back as 1602. By the 1620's colonists were building in the Hudson River Valley in what eventually became known as New York State. Early homes were small and crafted from stone with sharply pitched roofs. Larger brick homes began emerging later in the same century. The distinctive gambrel roofs and overhangs weren't widely adopted until around 1720 and drew from English influences.

Early Dutch Colonial architecture was rare in the Washington Metropolitan area. Although there was a Dutch trading presence along the Potomac along with some Dutch colonists brought in to help improve the Jamestown settlement, a divide grew as King James sought to keep his English colonies isolated. Trends change over time of course. The 1700's brought a further cross-pollination of Colonial design and the late 1800's ushered in the Colonial Revival period, melding numerous influences in an effort to create a new nationalistic identity. For more information about Dutch Colonial style homes in Washington DC Metro Area, contact us today at (202) 798-3600

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4205 48th Pl Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,385,000

MLS#: DCDC446374
5 Bed, 3½ Bath
3645 Sqft, 0.15 Acres
Residential

11630 Game Preserve Road

GAITHERSBURG, MD
$1,100,000

MLS#: MDMC675450
3 Bed, 1½ Bath
2200 Sqft, 0.53 Acres
Residential

11908 Hunting Ridge Ct

POTOMAC, MD
$949,990

MLS#: MDMC660582
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
3702 Sqft, 0.41 Acres
Residential

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2859 Yarn Ct

FALLS CHURCH, VA
$615,000

MLS#: VAFX1091024
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
2508 Sqft, 0.05 Acres
Residential

2318 Branch Ave Se

WASHINGTON, DC
$600,000

MLS#: DCDC443926
4 Bed, 2½ Bath
2815 Sqft, 0.19 Acres
Residential

18001 Brooke Farm Dr

OLNEY, MD
$500,000

MLS#: MDMC678214
5 Bed, 3 Bath
2754 Sqft, 1.35 Acres
Residential

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6706 Mockingbird Woods Ct

LORTON, VA
$440,000

MLS#: VAFX1085190
3 Bed, 3 Bath
1866 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

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8504 Southlawn Ct

ALEXANDRIA, VA
$420,000

MLS#: VAFX1093024
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
1364 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

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1203 42nd St Se #41

WASHINGTON, DC
$345,000

MLS#: DCDC432580
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
1700 Sqft, 0.05 Acres
Residential

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19139 Stedwick Dr

GAITHERSBURG, MD
$285,000

MLS#: MDMC680024
4 Bed, 2½ Bath
1892 Sqft, 0.06 Acres
Residential

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19108 Stedwick Dr

GAITHERSBURG, MD
$273,900

MLS#: MDMC680030
3 Bed, 2½ Bath
1704 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #MDMC626742

9406 Fern Hollow Way

MONTGOMERY VILLAGE, MD
$209,900

MLS#: MDMC626742
4 Bed, 2½ Bath
1794 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

 

Dutch Colonial Style Homes in Washington DC Metro AreaOne of the more popular subtypes within the Revival movement was the Dutch Colonial Revival. Over time, the popular term reverted back to the shorter Dutch Colonial. From 1908 to 1940, the highly popular Sears Modern Homes, also known as Craftsman homes, were sold in kit form and featured a much wider array of styles than most people realize. Sears relied on customers to supply new suggestions and blueprints for emerging models and Dutch Colonial design accounted for numerous models including the Amsterdam, the Cheltenham, the Martha Washington and the Van Jean. According to Sears, a number of these Dutch-style kit homes made their way to the metropolitan area including a Martha Washington model built in DC and featured in the company's 1919 catalog.

All these years later, Dutch Colonial homes in Washington Metro are still a part of the landscape. They are readily identifiable with their sloping gambrel roofs, dormers, parapets, ornate gables and other distinct detailing. These coveted homes are scattered throughout the metropolitan area with a concentration in parts of Maryland such as Chevy Chase and Gaithersburg. While listings typically range from the high-six to low-seven figures, there are sometimes lower-priced opportunities including bungalow versions and even Dutch Colonial townhouses.

 

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Listing information last updated on October 18th, 2019 at 10:03pm EDT.