Properties in Spring Valley in Washington D.C. are in the city’s hidden gem of a community, but it’s for the more elite crowd as the average price of a home here is $1.5 million.
North of Georgetown and Glover Park, properties in Spring Valley and its neighboring Wesley Heights have fewer restaurant and shopping options than in other parts of the district, but there are several noteworthy luxury spas here.
Among the more expensive listings for properties in Spring Valley, a $7.9 million home is on the market now at 4400 Garfield St. NW. It boasts nine bedrooms and 10 bathrooms with 8,815 square feet of living space on half an acre. This home is beautiful and in pristine condition.
Among other properties in the Spring Valley area, a French Country home at 2939 49th Street NW lists for $3.99 million, including seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. It has a three-car garage and a perfectly landscaped exterior.
And a $3.90 million listing at 2935 49th Street NW D.C. includes six bedrooms and six bathrooms. This very private home is right next to Battery Kemble Park and has 7,200 square feet of living space on four finished levels. Battery Park was a Union Army defensive site and now serves as a serene escape from city living with a its grove of pine trees and abundant bamboo. It’s a popular place for D.C. residents to take their dogs.
Finally, several condos are listed among the more affordable properties in Spring Valley. For example, a one-bedroom, 898-square foot condo at 4201 Cathedral Avenue NW lists for $254,000, although homeowners must pay a $670 per month condo fee, which includes a pool.
For More Information:
Rock Creek Realty: http://www.rcrdc.com/spring-valley.php
Battery Kemble Park: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battery_Kemble_Park
Wesley Heights: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wesley_Heights