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16th Street Heights has been built up with row homes on the southern end of the neighborhood and additional detached sin...

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Known for its nightlife and eclectic mix of restaurants, Adams Morgan is a place to see and be seen. The activity center...

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American University Park is one of the most suburban-like neighborhoods you can find within Washington, DC. Almost all o...

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Housing stock in Anacostia features mostly attached and detached rowhouses and garden apartments, but the neighborhood i...

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Berkley, sometimes called Foxhall Crescent after a development within the area, is a picturesque residential neighborhoo...

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Bloomingdale, one of the smallest neighborhoods in DC, is a hidden gem nestled less than 2 miles north of the U.S. Capit...

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Brightwood is one of the northernmost DC neighborhoods, bordering the east side of Rock Creek Park. It is on the cusp of...

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The Brookland neighborhood is one of tree-lined streets and single-family homes. Often referred to as "Little Rome&...

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To the north of Georgetown, you’ll find the still upscale but less famous neighborhood of Burleith. Real estate in this ...

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Capitol Hill is one of the most solid real estate markets in all of Washington, DC, and also happens to be one of the mo...

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Capitol Riverfront, also known as Navy Yard, is currently undergoing one of the largest overhauls in the District of Col...

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Cathedral Heights is a stately residential neighborhood in DC that includes the area to the west and north of the magnif...

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Chevy Chase is a wonderful mix of urban convenience and suburban tranquility. The neighborhood was originally a "st...

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The transformation Chinatown has undergone in the past 15 years might be the most substantial of any neighborhood in Was...

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Cleveland Park is now highly regarded for its proximity to downtown DC while still providing a residential vibe. It is a...

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Colonial Village is the northernmost neighborhood in the District of Columbia, and is noted for its seamless transition ...

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Columbia Heights is one of the District’s most diverse neighborhoods, and also its most densely populated. Real estate i...

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If seclusion in the city is what you’re looking for, the residential neighborhood of Crestwood is just the place. The ar...

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Dupont Circle is one DC neighborhood that truly has a little bit of everything that makes this city so special. It is on...

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Eckington is one of the smallest neighborhoods in DC and is lauded for its close proximity to downtown DC and reasonable...

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Foggy Bottom was once home of much of Washington, DC’s early industry and commerce. Positioned along the Potomac River d...

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Quiet and peaceful yet still extremely close to all the amenities Washington, DC has to offer, Forest Hills is one of th...

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Foxhall Village, not to be confused with its northern neighbor Foxhall Crescent, is an idyllic and charming neighborhood...

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Friendship Heights, like Chevy Chase and Takoma, is a DC neighborhood that extends itself over the border into Maryland....

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Real estate in Georgetown is dominated by Federalist-style architecture of brick & frame rowhouses, with a few condo...

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North of Georgetown and Burleith is the upscale neighborhood of Glover Park. Real estate in this neighborhood is a mix o...

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The now vibrant area directly to the north of Capitol Hill is known as the H Street Atlas District. The Atlas District n...

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The area that makes up Kalorama is almost entirely residential, yet very convenient to the Metro, Rock Creek Park, and t...

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Kingman Park is a Northeast DC neighborhood that has a lot of potential with its proximity to the H Street Corridor and ...

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The LeDroit Park neighborhood is a great story of urban renewal within the District of Columbia. Over the past 10 to 15 ...

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Logan Circle continues to experience a major revitalization, as redevelopment seems to be everywhere you look in the nei...

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Manor Park is the even more residential neighbor of the Takoma neighborhood. While it is close to the DC suburbs, it rea...

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Michigan Park is a suburban-like, quaint neighborhood in Northeast DC that flies under the radar for most people. It is ...

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The sleepy, park-like Mount Pleasant neighborhood is one of our favorite areas in the entire city. Real Estate in Mount ...

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NoMa, short for “North of Massachusetts Avenue,” is one of DC’s newest and hottest neighborhoods. With Union Station at ...

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The Palisades is an idyllic neighborhood that consists of a long strip of land running along the Chesapeake & Ohio C...

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Park View, also known as Park Morton, is a Northwest DC neighborhood on the rise that offers a great location to its res...

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Petworth is one of the larger neighborhoods in Northwest Washington DC and is an area undergoing tremendous revitalizati...

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Riggs Park, which is also called Lamond Riggs, is a northern DC neighborhood with relatively low real estate prices and ...

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Shaw is currently in the process of a great renaissance. Like its neighbor LeDroit Park, the area was hit hard in the se...

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Shepherd Park has the look and feel of a suburban neighborhood and the convenience of being close to all the amenities a...

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The Southwest Waterfront is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Washington, DC. The neighborhood borders the U.S. Capitol...

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One of the most exclusive areas in all of Washington, DC, Spring Valley real estate is dominated by sprawling single-fam...

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The neighborhood was originally a commuter suburb on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad line in the late 1800’s. Takoma sha...

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Tenleytown is a historically significant neighborhood in Northwest DC that has a little bit of everything. It is lauded ...

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Trinidad is a Northeast DC neighborhood that could be the next area in DC to take off. Adjacent to the newly popularized...

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Truxton Circle is a small, triangle-shaped neighborhood just north of the U.S. Capitol and Union Station that is becomin...

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Real estate along the U Street Corridor comes at a premium. Larger condo buildings dominate the area and most of the row...

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Wesley Heights real estate is characterized by big single-family homes with a lot of land and space. Home sale prices ar...

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The West End is one of the smaller neighborhoods in DC, and is often combined with its neighbor to the south, Foggy Bott...

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Woodley Park was planned as a suburban community along Connecticut Ave NW in the 1890's. Real estate prices in Woodley P...

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While Woodridge is mostly residential, there are commercial strips on Rhode Island Ave NE and Bladensburg Rd NE. These t...

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There is perhaps nowhere else in the country that offers the outstanding diversity of cultures and experiences that you'll find here in our Nation's Capital. Each neighborhood you visit has something different and new to offer. We took the time to highlight some of the areas our clients most frequently ask about. Below you can get insider information on areas that may interest you. From there, you can sort listings in each neighborhood by price range and location.  Look deeper into any listing to find information on local shops and restaurants, schools and community centers.  You can also check out a bird's eye view of the property and even review neighborhood demographics and trends. The lifestyle you're looking for is a key factor in considering where you might want to live.  We hope you find our website's local information helpful when you're looking for the right neighborhood!