Washington DC Real Estate For Sale

If there’s one word that describes Washington DC real estate it’s diversity. The nation’s capital is an amalgamation of well over one hundred separate neighborhoods, from bustling downtown hubs to quiet tree-lined suburban enclaves. DC architecture similarly overs a lot of bases, ranging from old historic homes to contemporary mixed-use commercial developments. Homes for sale can be pricy depending on a number of factors but once again, the possibilities are wide and varied, from condos and ultra modern lofts that begin in the modest six-figure range to palatial homes soaring into the tens of millions. Read more about Washington DC.

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2509 Foxhall Rd Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$16,000,000

MLS#: DCDC310502
7 Bed, 9 Bath
7239 Sqft, 0.75 Acres
Residential

3301 Fessenden St Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$15,000,000

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

5320 27th St Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$11,750,000

MLS#: DCDC440880
5 Bed, 6½ Bath
11434 Sqft, 1.31 Acres
Residential

2701 32nd St Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$11,200,000

MLS#: 1000359984
5 Bed, 5½ Bath
5400 Sqft, 1 Acre
Residential

Photo of Listing #DCDC446492

2666 Chain Bridge Rd Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$9,825,000

MLS#: DCDC446492
8 Bed, 9 Bath
6837 Sqft, 1.86 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #DCDC446252

1224 30th St Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$8,950,000

MLS#: DCDC446252
10 Bed, 6½ Bath
11100 Sqft, 0.68 Acres
Residential

2804-2806 Q St Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$8,750,000

MLS#: DCDC443456
7 Bed, 9 Bath
10982 Sqft, 0.13 Acres
Residential

2211 Massachusetts Ave Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$8,500,000

MLS#: DCDC403172
6 Bed, 6 Bath
9400 Sqft, 0.06 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #DCDC433052

3306 O St Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$8,500,000

MLS#: DCDC433052
5 Bed, 6 Bath
7166 Sqft, 0.16 Acres
Residential

3101 Chain Bridge Rd Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$8,150,000

MLS#: 1000215938
7 Bed, 9½ Bath
11624 Sqft, 0.36 Acres
Residential

2660 Connecticut Ave Nw #ph 3

WASHINGTON, DC
$8,095,000

MLS#: DCDC403384
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
4532 Sqft, 0.1 Acres
Residential

78 Kalorama Cir Nw

WASHINGTON, DC
$8,000,000

MLS#: DCDC443658
5 Bed, 5½ Bath
7400 Sqft, 0.1 Acres
Residential

 

More About the Washington DC Real Estate Market

Washington DC is comprised of eight wards containing from between 9 to 29 neighborhoods each. The wards tend to have their own particular characteristics. Ward 3 in the northwestern quadrant of DC for instance, is mostly comprised of affluent suburban neighborhoods. For a number of years, the District of Columbia has been going through a concerted revitalization process that is supported by local and federal government in partnership with community and business leaders.

While most of the nation was struggling through the worst real estate market in recent history, Washington DC real estate was already moving toward recovery. The district had bottomed out due to its own socioeconomic factors and was moving into what is commonly known as a gentrification period when the sub-prime crisis hit. Additionally, Washington DC had enacted a number of legislative measures aimed at curbing foreclosures, independent of the looming national economic crisis. What this means in its simplest terms, is that DC own recovery was on its own path, apart from the rest of the country. Today, the combination of historically low interest rates, climbing values and a decreased inventory, has created a solid and stable real estate base.

There are certain commonalities in Washington DC homes for sale. Turn of the century row houses dot the city’s landscape throughout neighborhoods like Adams Morgan, Shaw, Columbia Heights and Petworth. Victorian styles are especially common, often characterized by swatches of bold color. Single-family Colonial homes, along with Tudors and Craftsman-styles, are also very common throughout enclaves such as Georgetown, Chevy Chase and the Palisades. Loft apartments and new mixed-use developments blending old and new styles are also popular throughout downtown areas such as the H-Street Corridor, NoHo and along the waterfront. From downtown energy and excitement to the outlying suburbs, Washington DC is fast becoming one of the nation’s most sought after areas to live, work and play.

The listing content relating to real estate for sale on this web site is courtesy of MRIS. Listing information comes from various brokers who participate in the MRIS IDX.Properties listed with brokerage firms other than Compass are marked with the MRIS Logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers.The properties displayed may not be all the properties available. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.All listing information copyright MRIS 2019.

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