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Found 12 blog entries tagged as "row homes".

The Maret School is an independent K-12 day school located in the Woodley Park neighborhood of Washington, DC. The school was founded in 1911 by three French sisters and admission is limited to just 635 students for all 13 grade levels. There are three other neighborhoods in close proximity to the school: Cleveland Park, Cathedral Heights, and Glover Park. These are all highly sought-after Northwest DC neighborhoods, and as such prices can be high but the return is great. All of these areas are close to the National Cathedral, Rock Creek Park, Glover-Archbold Park, the National Zoo, and the ever-bustling commercial neighborhood of Georgetown. There are plenty of single-family row homes and detached houses to choose from in these largely residential areas.

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Buying a row home with a rental unit is a great way to save on your monthly mortgage. In the current DC real estate market, home prices are soaring and even those buyers with a solid income can often use help in defraying costs. Capitol Hill is one DC neighborhood that offers a great deal of row homes with a rental unit. As one of the most popular neighborhoods in the District, sale prices often reflect this and having a rental unit can be a huge help to making it affordable to live in the area. Capitol Hill is well-regarded for its proximity to the the U.S. Capitol building, the National Mall, and Union Station. There are also five Metro stops (four on the orange/blue line, one on the red line) that service the neighborhood. In addition to the Mall, there…
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Parking comes at a premium in several Northwest DC neighborhoods, but that’s not necessarily the case in Petworth. Many row homes come with their their own parking behind the property or resident-only street parking. Petworth is currently going through a renaissance, with many of the nearly century-old homes being renovated and buyers snatching up properties left and right. It is often much more affordable than other Northwest DC neighborhoods to the south. Georgia Avenue NW is the center of commercial activity, with several restaurants and bars, including popular spots Chez Billy, Petworth Citizen, and Domku. The Petworth Farmers Market is a big hit with area residents, and is open every Saturday from May to October. Two parks offer recreational options…
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Fixer-upper row homes are often the solution to saving some money in this current DC real estate market that is tough on buyers. Flippers are often profiting $200,000-$300,000, so if you can cut out the flipper and have the renovations done yourself you can save a lot. Shaw is one of the neighborhoods that offers a number of fixer-upper row homes ready for a buyer. It is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the District right now, and has seen a massive revitalization in the last decade. Shaw offers its own amenities while being close to downtown DC. Several new restaurants have opened in the last few years with the neighborhood’s renaissance, including several ethnic options like Zenebech Injera Ethiopian. Shaw is also close to Chinatown, Logan Circle, the…
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Space can often be hard to come by in Adams Morgan, as it is one of DC’s most popular neighborhoods. However, there are three-bedroom row homes available in the area and we can help you find one, whether you’re looking to move in with your family or share with housemates. If you want to be in one of the most vibrant and pulsating neighborhoods in the District, Adams Morgan would be a great fit. With more than 30 bars, there’s great nightlife that offers a variety of different scenes. You can find salsa lessons at Habana Village, live music at Madam’s Organ, sports at Ventnor Sports Cafe, and a good beer scene at The Black Squirrel. There are also plenty of boutique shops to choose from, including vintage clothing and used bookstores. The restaurant scene…
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Finding the right amount of space for an affordable price is a real challenge these days in DC. If you’re looking for an area that can do just that, Bloomingdale could be the perfect fit for you. The neighborhood is one of the smallest in the District, yet offers many three-bedroom row homes that are usually far more affordable than other parts of Northwest. Noted for its proximity to the U.S. Capitol building, Howard University, and downtown DC, Bloomingdale has been on the rise for the last few years, especially with the revitalization of nearby Shaw and NoMa. While there is no Metro stop within the neighborhood, the Shaw-Howard University stop on the yellow/green lines and the Rhode Island Avenue and NoMa-Gallaudet stops on the red line are a short

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Buying a fixer-upper in Washington, DC is a great way to save money and have renovations done yourself, the way you want them done. When flippers purchase a home and renovate it, they are often profiting $200,000-$300,000 when they sell the property in the current DC real estate economy. Cutting out the middle man could lead to a great amount of savings for a home buyer. One neighborhood in the District that offers a number of fixer-uppers is Petworth. More and more of these properties are being snatched up by developers and renovated for a large profit. Petworth is a neighborhood on the rise in the last few years, and it offers bargains compared to nearby neighborhoods Columbia Heights, U Street Corridor, and Shaw. Much of the real estate in this area…
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Petworth is a Washington, DC neighborhood on the rise. It is one of the largest areas in the District by geography, and over the last decade has seen a great deal of investment and transformation. Sprawling north from the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro station on the yellow & green lines, this once struggling neighborhood is a bargain hunter’s dream. There are dozens of row houses in Petworth, many made of brick and nearing a century old. A good number of these have been renovated since the turn of the 21st Century, yet remain more affordable than similar homes to the south and west in Northwest DC. Since Rock Creek Realty operates out of the Petworth neighborhood, we are quite knowledgeable on what’s going on in the area. If Petworth interests you, check

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The National Cathedral is in a prime real estate location. It serves as an epicenter of four high-demand neighborhoods: Cathedral Heights, Cleveland Park, Woodley Park, and Glover Park. There are scores of stately single-family detached and row homes near National Cathedral. Located at 3101 Wisconsin Avenue NW, where it intersects with Massachusetts Avenue NW, the National Cathedral is one of the most beautiful and iconic buildings in Washington, DC. It is the second-largest cathedral in the United States and the fourth-tallest structure in the District. Several schools are located within the area, including the National Cathedral School, St. Alban’s School, Sidwell Friends, Annunciation Catholic School, Eaton Elementary School, Washington International

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Bloomingdale real estate is increasingly in high demand as this up-and-coming neighborhood is proving ideal for young professionals and young families.

Bloomingdale real estate, located in a lesser known area of the district, is home to a hidden gem of a park in Crispus Atticus Park, which is tucked between V Street and U Street and maintained through volunteer work and donations. Bloomingdale real estate is an area just east of the hip U Street Corridor and is dominated by Victorian style row homes.

Many of the large Victorian homes here have been converted into condos, giving a variety of price points among Bloomingdale real estate. The Big Bear Café is near Bloomingdale real estate, as are the Rustik Tavern and the Boundary Stone. Howard

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