Glover Park Homes For Sale in Washington DC

Nestled up against Glover Archibald Park in northwestern Washington, DC, is the neighborhood of Glover Park itself. It's an attractive community with well-tended row houses, foreign embassies and upwardly-mobile residents. With park land on its western and southern borders and a popular commercial strip on its eastern Wisconsin Avenue border, the community enjoys the best of both worlds - a peaceful oasis inside an exciting urban environment. Homes for sale are dominated primarily by the condo market with a few large single-family homes. Apartment rentals in the neighborhood account for about ten percent of property transactions. For more information about Glover Park homes for sale in Washington DC, contact District Partners at Compass today, (202) 798-3600.

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Glover Park Homes For Sale in Washington DCGlover Park's history dates back to the early 1860's when it was used as a Civil War encampment for Union troops. While land in the neighborhood was subdivided for development around the turn of the century, construction didn't begin in earnest until the late 1920's. The majority of the distinctive row houses and single-family homes were built during a ten-year stretch with most of the larger apartment buildings being constructed during the 1950's and 60's. Properties for sale start around $300,000 for one-bedroom condos and co-ops in the apartment conversions, with most row houses selling in the mid-to-high six figure range. The smaller number of detached single-family homes tend to list in the low seven-figures. Glover Park is generally regarded as being somewhat more affordable than adjacent neighborhoods such as Cathedral Park and Observatory Circle.

Glover Park is popular with both single professionals and families, and is known for having a strong community spirit. Residents grow fruits and vegetables in two large victory gardens and there are a number of popular organized events including the annual Glover Park Day. A farmer's market is held on Saturdays in the parking lot of Hardy Middle School on the Glover Park/Burleith border. Glover Archibald Park is actually part of the larger Rock Creek Park with wooded land wrapping around much of the neighborhood, allowing for a cloistered feel. The eastern border provides the main sources of commerce, including a Whole Foods and a number of popular restaurants. Schools in the area include the highly-rated Stoddert Elementary.

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Listing information last updated on June 17th, 2019 at 3:45am EDT.