Adams Morgan

Trendy, popular, and very convenient. By day, internet cafe’s, shops and boutiques, by night, no shortage of dining and night life. Lots of condo options and cooperatives. No need for a car if you don’t own one…Zipcar, Bikeshare, Limebike, Car2Go, Uber,...

Historic Anacostia is home of the Frederick Douglas House and the Big Chair, and has not been on the radar of most. And for good reason. It's had it's fair share of dilapidated buildings and underdevelopment, not to mention that it seems like it's been caught...

Primarily residential, small commercial area on and near the Rhode Island Ave strip. Mostly early Victorian-style row houses built Circa 1900, that are undergoing contemporary renovations, and many into condo conversions. Close to Union Station, downtown.

Once an uncool, sleepy, quasi-suburban area, now on many homebuyers' radar, thanks in part to the new Walmart Super Store’s arrival. Walmart has added significant convenience of shopping, in an area where shopping has not been convenient.

Home to the Catholic University of America and Trinity Washington University. Neighborhoods of tree-lined streets, with older homes have seen a revival in the last few years. A significant new development of commercial space with tenants such as Barnes & Noble
Capitol Hill

One of the oldest residential, DC neighborhoods. Historic, with attractive, NY Brownstone-styled townhomes and rowhouses, densely populated, home to the congressional quarter, Union Station, and the Eastern Market commercial district. Weekend flea market,...
Cathedral Heights

Small, quiet, residential area. Home of the National Cathedral and newly redeveloped commercial strip with CVS, remodeled Giant, and a host of interesting and exciting restaurants & shops. Primarily single-family detached and semi-detached homes, in addition...
Chevy Chase

Condos & Cooperatives lining and close to Connecticut Ave, large, single family, detached and semi-detached homes off Connecticut Ave.
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