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Found 24 blog entries tagged as "16th Street Heights".

Please note that all MLS listings are in real time. If the link is not working, it's because that property has been sold or is under contract. Don't worry, each month we compile the most expensive DC properties! Check back soon or subscribe to our newsletter for automatic updates. If you have any questions about the listings below contact us.

16th Street Heights

The most expensive 16th Street Heights home located at 4907 14th St NW is still on the market for $2,799,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | October 2017 article for more information. Below is the 2nd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights:

Most Expensive Home in 16th Street Heights

Beginning in 16th St. Heights, 5700 16th St. NW is a gorgeous traditional home on the market at $1.6 million. Enjoy all of

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Please note that all MLS listings are in real time. If the link is not working, it's because that property has been sold or is under contract. Don't worry, each month we send out the best investment properties! Check back soon or subscribe to our newsletter for automatic updates.

16th Street Heights

The two most expensive 16th Street Heights homes located at 4907 14th St NW and 5937 16th St NW are still on the market for $2,799,000 and $1,260,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | September 2017 article for more information. Below is the 3rd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights:

Most Expensive Home in 16th Street Heights

Beginning in 16th St. Heights is 1358 Ingraham St NW, a gorgeous five-bedroom Colonial that is currently on the market for $1.1 million. This

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The most expensive DC homes for sale in September 2017.

Please note that all MLS listings are in real time. If the link is not working, it's because that property has been sold or is under contract. Don't worry, each month we send out the best investment properties! Check back soon or subscribe to our newsletter for automatic updates.

16th Street Heights

The most expensive 16th Street Heights home located at 4907 14th St. NW is still on the market for $2,799,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | August 2017 article to view it now. Below is the 2nd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights.

5937 16th St. NW in 16th St. Heights is a Colonial currently on sale for $1.2 million. This stylish home includes a beautiful open

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The most expensive DC homes for sale in August 2017.

16th Street Heights

In 16th St. Heights, 4907 14th St. NW is on the market for $2,790,000. This unique home has 10 bedrooms and 9.5 baths. It would make a wonderful embassy, church, rental property, or AirBnB, you name it! There’s a two-level carriage house with 1 bedroom and 1 bath.

Brightwood

1343 Somerset Place NW in Brightwood is currently being sold for $729,900. This 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home has four levels of hardwood floors and a full finished basement. With 1,987 sqft. this home is true suburban living in the city!

Chevy Chase

In Chevy Chase, 3829 Livingston St. NW is more of a modern design than many of the historical homes in D.C. Enjoy four sunlit levels, 5

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A compilation of the most expensive homes sold in June 2017 in key D.C. neighborhoods.

The month of June was a wildly successful month as far as home sales. The most expensive homes sold in some key areas are all unique and different and boasting their own spectacular amenities.

16th Street Heights


In 16th St. Heights, 1626 Nicholson St. NW sold for $850,000. It includes a whopping FIVE bedrooms, three full baths and one half bath. The Colonial style home was built in 1928 and is just steps to Rock Creek Park. The large deck is beautifully serene and the two-car garage is perfect for busy families.

Chevy Chase


Moving on to Chevy Chase, 3718 Ingomar St. NW sold for $1.38 million. The truly gorgeous Dutch Colonial is close to Military Rd. and

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A compilation of the most expensive homes sold in May 2017 in key D.C. neighborhoods.

An array of gorgeous homes were sold last month in key neighborhoods around D.C. These are the most expensive homes sold.

16th Street Heights

16th St. Heights, a Craftsman home sold at $1.25 million, just under the asking price. The expansive home is five bedrooms, perfect for families, much like many in the area.

Chevy Chase

In Chevy Chase, a four bedroom, four full bath Colonial sold at $1.6 million. Just blocks from Western Ave. and all the shopping and retail of Friendship Heights, the home is in an extremely walkable area.

Cleveland Park

No detail was overlooked in this Cleveland Park home that sold for $1,995,000. The light-filled home

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16th Street Heights is one neighborhood in Northwest DC that provides a great amount of space inside and out for a reasonable price. If you’re interested in a three-level row home in that neighborhood, there are plenty of options. Most of the row homes in 16th Street Heights lie in the southern end of the neighborhood and feature large lot sizes. Additionally, the majority of three-level homes include a basement as a third level, with the opportunity to use it as storage space or rent it out to help lower the cost of a mortgage. 16th Street Heights is mostly just a residential neighborhood, but there are retail options on 14th Street NW and Georgia Avenue NW. Mount Pleasant, Columbia Heights, and Petworth are all bordering neighborhoods and offer much more…
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Upshur Dog Park is located at 4300 Arkansas Avenue, NW. It’s a public-private partnership between the DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) and Friends of 16th Street Heights Parks. The park encompasses 9,500 square feet of off-leash space where dogs can roam, socialize, and run freely.

The plans for the Upshur Dog Park were approved in February 2009, and the park was completed the following year in October at a cost of $286,000. Thus, the first official dog park in Ward 4 was created. The dog park includes fencing, double gates (to prevent accidental escapes), landscaping, a tool shed, benches, picnic tables, a dog fountain, and water bowls.

The dog park is free and available to all DC residents during the hours of 7 AM and 9 PM on weekdays and

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1851 NEWTON ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20010

List Price: $599,900

This is a large estate sale of an attached row home in Mount Pleasant that needs some loving.  It is best suited for a homeowner using the FHA203K program or an investor using cash.  The square footage on this home is 2,760.  This 1911 built row home has a nice size lot of .06 of an acre or 2,600 square feet.  The property features a 1 car garage. 

422 N St NW, WASHINGTON, DC  20001

List Price: $485,000

This is a bank owned 2 unit in Shaw right by the convention center.  What a great opportunity.  The basement unit will bring in $1,400 a month in income.  The property has the potential for 2 car parking.  A lot of buyers will get scared by the boarded up windows but the property is

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Living in 16th Street Heights in Washington D.C. is a much different experience than living in the bustling Columbia Heights community but homes in the more quiet area are in just as high demand.

Residents living in 16th Street Heights, roughly between 16th Street and Georgia Avenue just to the east of Rock Creek Park, reside in town homes and single-family homes with few restaurants and bars compared to other neighborhoods in Washington D.C. There are a wide variety of homes here with more town homes to the south and single-family homes to the north, and the area has a more spacious, serene feel with larger lots and yards.

For home buyers pursuing living in 16th Street Heights, homes on the market include a $350,000, 4BR, 1,624-square-foot home on

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