Fairlawn Real Estate | DC

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Photo of Listing #DCDC2006142

2501 Burns St Se, WASHINGTON

$6,700,000 - 19,120 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2006142

Photo of Listing #DCDC2003942

2501 Burns St Se, WASHINGTON

$6,700,000 - 19,120 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2003942

Photo of Listing #DCDC2055294

2412-2418 L'enfant Square Se, WASHINGTON

$3,500,000 - 9,560 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2055294

Photo of Listing #DCDC2055252

2412-2418 L'enfant Square Se, WASHINGTON

$3,500,000 - 6,486 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2055252

Photo of Listing #DCDC2055298

2503 Burns St Se, WASHINGTON

$3,200,000 - 9,560 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2055298

Photo of Listing #DCDC2055274

2503 Burns St Se, WASHINGTON

$3,200,000 - 19,120 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2055274

Photo of Listing #DCDC2036998

1435 Good Hope Rd Se, WASHINGTON

$1,500,000 - 5 Beds, 4 Baths, 2,521 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2036998

Photo of Listing #DCDC2040204

1435 Good Hope Rd Se, WASHINGTON

$1,500,000 - 2,672 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2040204

Photo of Listing #DCDC2013070

2335 Pennsylvania Ave Se, WASHINGTON

$1,400,000 - 1,548 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2013070

Photo of Listing #DCDC2051326


$995,000 - 2,720 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2051326

Photo of Listing #DCDC2056476


$950,000 - 2,878 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2056476

Photo of Listing #DCDC2056466


$950,000 - 3,464 Sf

MLS® # DCDC2056466

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Fairlawn Housing & Schools

Fairlawn housing stock consists of an eclectic mix of styles. Simple, understated townhouses are quite popular, the majority of which are limited to clusters of two, allowing for front and side yards. Joining them are plentiful, bungalows, foursquares, Colonials, and ramblers, as well as numerous garden apartments and condominiums.

The neighborhood plays host to Anacostia High School, Kramer Middle School, and the Anacostia Neighborhood Library. For recreation, one needs only to cross Anacostia Freeway via pedestrian bridge to get to Anacostia Park.

Fairlawn Early Days

Fairlawn, like so many communities south of DC's rivers, remained beautiful sprawling farmland until the late 1800's. At that point a few families began building and living in large stately homes and by the 1920's, Fairlawn had become a rather popular bedroom community, especially among those working on Capitol Hill or in the Washington Navy Yard. After decades of change and growth, the neighborhood of Fairlawn, with only a river and a narrow park separating it from downtown DC, has become quite attractive to house hunters.

Fairlawn Transit & Location

Fairlawn has no Metro Station, however, the Anacostia Metro Station on the Green line is located nearby in the Buena Vista neighborhood.

Fairlawn is bounded by M St SE to the north, Naylor Rd SE to the east, Good Hope Rd SE to the south, and Anacostia Fwy to the west.


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Listing information last updated on July 2nd, 2022 at 1:16pm EDT.