Villa Style Homes in Washington DC Metro Area

When discussions of home styles in Washington Metro turn to Villas, there's one common denominator that is widely accepted – these homes are big and they're usually expensive. The term goes back to ancient Rome, describing large country homes built for the elite ruling class. Over time, Villas simply became known as huge sprawling homes from Rome to Tuscany, so large that they often resembled a self-contained village. Villas in metropolitan area aren't quite that large of course, but they are usually larger than your average Washington mansion and that's saying something. For more information about Villa style homes in Washington DC metro area, call District Partners at Compass today!

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13 Properties Found.

3301 Fessenden St Nw


MLS#: DCDC308796
11 Bed, 14½ Bath
16850 Sqft, 0.4 Acres

Photo of Listing #DCDC443984

2750 32nd St Nw


MLS#: DCDC443984
5 Bed, 6½ Bath
6000 Sqft, 0.44 Acres

8910 Fernwood Rd


MLS#: MDMC686340
6 Bed, 7 Bath
11800 Sqft, 0.91 Acres

9510 Hemswell Pl


MLS#: MDMC685986
7 Bed, 8 Bath
10062 Sqft, 1.68 Acres

Photo of Listing #1000184995

1034 Aziza Ct


MLS#: 1000184995
9 Bed, 11½ Bath
16000 Sqft, 0.83 Acres

1336 Potomac School Rd


MLS#: VAFX1059718
6 Bed, 7 Bath
8889 Sqft, 1.31 Acres

6401 Stallion Rd


MLS#: VAFX100037
5 Bed, 5½ Bath
6191 Sqft, 5.55 Acres

Photo of Listing #MDMC684492

10931 Bells Ridge Dr


MLS#: MDMC684492
5 Bed, 4½ Bath
4884 Sqft, 0.12 Acres

7212 Piney Woods Pl


MLS#: MDPG549620
4 Bed, 2½ Bath
2999 Sqft, 0.08 Acres

Photo of Listing #MDPG531750

3240 Spriggs Request Way


MLS#: MDPG531750
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
1956 Sqft, 0.07 Acres

Photo of Listing #MDPG538018

3232 Spriggs Request Way


MLS#: MDPG538018
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
3825 Sqft, 0.1 Acres

Photo of Listing #MDPG548396

12801 Libertys Delight Dr #73b


MLS#: MDPG548396
3 Bed, 2 Bath
2633 Sqft

7224 Winterfield Ter


MLS#: MDPG552540
3 Bed, 3 Bath
2016 Sqft, 0.07 Acres


Villa Style Homes in Washington DC Metro AreaWhile Villas originated in Italy, the style spread to other parts of Europe particularly along the Mediterranean. They also took root in Central and South American during the Spanish and Portuguese Colonial period, easily translating to large-scale farms and plantations in Argentina and Brazil. Over time, the style migrated up along the pacific coast and into other parts of the southwest. Of course, the subject at hand is Washington metropolitan homes and architecture, not other countries and not California.

How did Villas become part of the local landscape? Wealth is one factor, as is longstanding European design influences. The Washington metropolitan area has always been a melting pot after all, from its early settler days to modern era development booms. These days, however, luxury homes for sale cost a lot more than in days of old. 

Browse through Washington Metro real estate listings that feature Villa as a property type and you'll see more than one style of architecture. Local villas can be evoke Tuscan, Mediterranean, Spanish, French Countryside or English Gothic design and can also come in with modern interpretation. The latter is not unique to this country – modern Domotic Villa design in Italy is very popular at the moment. One of the more traditional hallmarks of villa design over the years has been the presence of enclosed courtyards or gardens but this isn't always the case with local versions. What you will usually get is a lot of square footage and a large number of rooms.

On average, villas listings in the Washington metropolitan area tend to be among the most expensive of property types. Of 21 recent Villa properties for sale, only four were listed in the six-figure range. Those "bargain properties" were all townhouses and in fact, there are also a few townhouses priced over a million. The largest of the current Villa properties for sale offers 11 bedrooms, 10 ½ baths and 11,478 square-feet of living space. Built in 1927, this palatial home has been completely renovated and is nestled in Washington DC's Rock Creek, near Embassy Row. Other metropolitan villas can be found in affluent communities such as Alexandria, Arlington, Great Falls, McLean and Vienna in Virginia, Potomac in Maryland and of course DC itself. If you're looking for a home with some extra living space, a villa might be for you.

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Listing information last updated on December 15th, 2019 at 6:15am EST.