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DC Neighborhoods 

Home seekers will enjoy the many different DC neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools. We are also licensed in Virginia and Maryland.

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16th Street Heights

16th Street Heights is not a neighborhood commonly known to transplants. This DC real estate neighborhood is lined with Craftsman, rowhouses and duplex residences. You may forget that you are in the city with its absence of a rear commercial corridor. Bring fido, these homes have some of the larger yards.
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Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan brings you nightlife, entertainment, diversity, and living for the person who wants it all at their doorstep. Although there is not a metro in Adams Morgan, nearby Dupont and Woodley Park are accessible options by foot. This part of DC real estate is for the action seeker or the appreciator of 19th century homes. Adams Morgan is adjacent to Kalorama, Mount Pleasant and Dupont Circle neighborhoods.
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American University Park

American University park is also known as AU Park within Washington DC real estate. Clearly home to American University, this neighborhood is lined with single family homes and large yards. Positioned near the Maryland line, this northwest portion of Washington, DC allows for easy commuting times to Bethesda.
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Berkley

Berkley is a community of mostly large and exquisite homes within DC real estate. Sometimes you may hear about Foxhall Crescent, which is a community within this neighborhood. This neighborhood is highly sought after because three of the boarders are parkland. The Foxhall and Palisades neighborhoods of DC real estate are the boarder communities.
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Bloomingdale

The Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington DC real estate has grown exponentially within the last few years. Home to award-winning restaurants such as Red Hen, this area of the city has easy access to Capitol Hill or even a quick escape to Maryland up Rhode Island Avenue. Made up of condos and attached rowhouses, the neighborhood has seen a sharp increase of prices that are likely to continue for months or years to come.
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Brookland

The Brookland neighborhood or DC real estate has gone through rigorous changes over the last few years. The creation of a new town-center environment along the metro line is a on-demand area. Mixed with both restaurants and offices, Brookland still retains that neighborhood feel off the beaten path.
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Burleith

The Burleith neighborhood of DC real estate is just north of Georgetown and holds many single family residences of stature. The Hillandale community is located to the west and is a gated community that is technically a part of Burleith. The Duke Ellington School of the Arts lives in this DC real estate community.
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Capitol Hill

Located exactly where it sounds, around the Capitol! Capitol hill is one of the larger neighborhoods within DC real estate. Home to Eastern Market, where you can grab a fresh cut loin, some vegetables from local farmers or a piece of artwork from a Capitol Hill artist. Barracks Row is lined with restaurants such as Rose's Luxury, and historic pubs like Mister Henry's. There are metro access points on the southwest side of Capitol Hill with Union Station being the access for northeast.
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Capitol Hill East

The Capitol Hill East area of Washington DC real estate is located in the northeast quadrant of the city. The neighborhood neighbors H Street Corridor and is quite eclectic with a mix of some gorgeous homes, commercial, parks, and tree-lined streets. Easy access point to Union Station, and Government Offices.
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Cathedral Heights

Cathedral Heights is located where the National Cathedral is in Washington DC real estate. The neighborhood is home to private schools, condominiums, single family homes and commercial business. Public bus service will take you to Friendship Heights Metro. This is a good access point to Bethesda commutes and also some direct routes in to Georgetown.
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Chevy Chase

Chevy Chase is a part of Washington DC real estate along with another side that lies in Maryland. This side is also called Chevy Chase. Nearby Friendship Heights and Barnaby Woods neighborhoods are at your fingertips. Tenleytown metro, Friendship heights and Van Ness metro stops are also convenient for your use.
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Cleveland Park

If you are looking for a neighborhood with a mix of commercial and residential, Cleveland Park might be for you. The Connecticut Avenue corridor of this neighborhood is home to some art deco buildings that are rare in DC real estate. The residential side to Cleveland Park can be quite charming and quiet, while the large condo buildings are mostly on the busier sides or the neighborhood.
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Columbia Heights

The Columbia Heights area of Washington DC real estate is along side U Street Corridor, Petworth, Mount Pleasant and nearby 16th Street Heights. There is evidence of recent change adjacent to the Columbia Heights Metro, which holds a variety of retail, restaurants, and local business. Many buses have direct connection to downtown Washington DC.
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Crestwood

The Crestwood area of Washington DC real estate was one of the first neighborhoods to showcase single family residences with large yards. The neighborhood borders the conveniences and entertainment of Rock Creek Park, as well as the Carter Barron Amphitheater. The Legg Mason Tennis Classic is also presented nearby.
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Deanwood

Search condos and homes for sale in Deanwood neighborhood of Washington DC. DC Real Estate search updated daily. The Evan and Mark Team.
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Dupont Circle

The Dupont Circle neighborhood of DC real estate is often referred to as, Dupont. This eclectic neighborhood boasts large Victorian Homes, condominiums, commercial venues, and holds a metro. Prices have soared over the years making this one of the more expensive neighborhoods in Washington DC for rowhouses.
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Eckington

The Eckington area of Washington DC real estate is on the rise. A plethora of new developments are in the works. Eckington is positioned for quick escape up North Capital street or New York Avenue in to Maryland. The area is composed of both commercial and residential residences. Eckington is one mile north of the US Capitol.
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Foggy Bottom

The Foggy Bottom area of Washington DC real estate is home to George Washington University. The University owns a large amount of the land and continues to make improvements to the already exclusive area. Smaller federal style houses along with many condominiums for student housing align the area. Foggy Bottom is also home to the Kennedy Center of Performance Arts.
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Forest Hills

Forest Hills is a beautiful community in DC real estate neighborhood just south of Chevy Chase. Large single family homes with lush yards and tree canopy sidewalks line this neighborhood of DC real estate. Adjacent to Rock Creek Park, you can find lots of outside activity on a nice day. Connecticut Avenue binds the neighborhood's commercial corridor.
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Georgetown

Georgetown is situated along the Potomac River, this exclusive neighborhood is rich in history. A plethora of retail line M Street, such as J-Crew, Nike, Barneys, Lacoste and more. Try a restaurant along the river, such as Sequoia or Farmers Fisher Bakers. The Georgetown real estate market is amongst the most demanded in Washington, DC real estate.
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Glover Park

Glover park is a section of DC real estate that boarders Georgetown to the north. Cathedral Heights, Woodley Park and Burleith are also neighboring communities within DC real estate. A mix of single family homes and condominiums are found here. Restaurants and retail line the Wisconsin Avenue section of Glover Park.
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H Street Corridor

H Street Corridor is one of the newer transitional neighborhoods. Washington DC real estate hasn't seen a street trolly in years, however in 2016, the city implemented the street trolly system here. With a lack of a metro, Washington, DC expects the trolly system to boost the neighborhood in visitors and residents.
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Kalorama

Kalorama is a prestigious part of DC Real Estate where grand Victorian homes meet breathtaking Embassies. Kalorama is full of tree lined streets and quiet neighborhoods just off the path of Adams Morgan. Condos for sale, grand estates for sale and a hand full of coops are at your fingertips. Kalorama is a part of DC history.
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Kent

Kent is a prominent neighborhood within DC real estate that is lined with eclectic estates. Colonials of stature shine, along with well-groomed yards and hills. Kent also is a neighborhood connected to some of the higher rated schools in Washington, DC. This is a neighborhood with a ton of history and home to some of the elite.
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Ledroit Park

Along side U Street Corridor you will find a relatively quiet community called Ledroit Park. Rowhouses line the streets of this Washington DC real estate community and it is also neighbor to Howard University. You can still get a glimpse of some Victorian Mansions built back in 1873. Nearby Shaw Metro is your access point to the rest of the city.
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Logan Circle

Prominent Logan Circle is one of the most desired neighborhoods in DC real estate. "Logan," as spoken by locals, is adjacent to Dupont, U Street Corridor and shaw neighborhoods of Washington, DC. The 14th street area of Logan is home to some of the city's most delicious restaurants. Late 19th century homes line the neighborhood in Victorian elegance, while new construction condos are plentiful.
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Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant is an area of Washington DC real estate that is backyard to the National Zoo. On quiet days you can hear the zoo animal calls. This is an access point to Rock Creek Park. Mount Pleasant has its own little commercial corridor lined with local business ventures. Mount Pleasant allows for access to Columbia Heights or Zoo Metro stops.
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Mount Vernon Triangle

Mount Vernon Triangle is an area around Shaw, Logan Circle, and the Central downtown area of Washington DC Real Estate. Mount Vernon is home to many rowhouses, condos for sale, and apartment homes. The Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood has the conveniences of metro and also a straight shot over to Union Station for those who commute via rail. Penn Quarter and Chinatown is also adjacent to this neighborhood.
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Navy Yard

One of the more recent transformations of Washington DC real estate, Navy Yard is home to Nationals Park. A new soccer stadium is in the plans of this southeast neighborhood to host DC United. Navy Yard is along the Anacostia River and also has access to Anacostia Riverwalk. A variety of festivals are held in this Naval Historical Center portion of the city.
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Palisades

The Palisades neighborhood of DC real estate runs along side of the Georgetown University Campus and extends over to the Maryland boarder. Neighborhoods within DC real estate hold their own neighborhood committees. Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3D in Ward 3 is the operating ANC. Many single family homes, both large and small, are found in Palisades.
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Penn Quarter

Penn Quarter which is along Chinatown in Washington DC real estate, is home to Verizon Center. You can catch a Washington Capitals hockey game here or a Wizards basketball game. Many restaurants and retail line the streets and the housing is mostly condominium style residences. Metro and bus transportation is heavy on this side of town. City Center is also a new hub of luxury retail and one of the most expensive condo buildings in Washington, DC.
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Petworth

The Petworth community of DC real estate has seen massive change over the last several years. A DC neighborhood filled with mostly attached rowhouses and also condominiums. Petworth has it's own metro and most recently has produced many businesses, including retail and restaurants. Georgia Avenue is a major commercial thoroughfare through this community.
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Shaw

The Shaw neighborhood of Washington DC real estate is just off of Logan Circle. This neighborhood is home to an eclectic array of rowhouses, condos, commercial, and rental apartments. New businesses are opening up in the area and the Shaw neighborhood has easy access to U Street Corridor. Shaw was named after Colonel Robert Gould Shaw.
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Wesley Heights

Wesley Heights is one of the smaller neighborhoods of Dc real estate with Tenleytown just to the north. This 1920's portion of DC real estate boasts glamorous single family homes that are typically large in size, with lush gardens.
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West End

The West End neighborhood of DC Real Estate is just before you arrive in to Georgetown and is home to some of the most prestigious condo buildings for sale, such a The Ritz Carlton Residences. West End is just off of Foggy Bottom and has easy access to The George Washington University, The Capitol, or an escape to Virginia.
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Woodley Park

Woodley Park - DC Real Estate. Straddling Connecticut Avenue just south of the National Zoo, Woodley Park is a neighborhood of stately early 20th-century row houses. Woodley Park was developed with the hope that this wide avenue that runs up to the Maryland border would be a boulevard lined with elegant homes, most of which still exist and have been beautifully restored to meet modern-day standards.
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