Our nation’s capital, Washington D.C., is a place with rich history, abundant culture and numerous tourist attractions. For all these reasons, and many more, Washington D.C. is also a great place to live. Buy a home in any one of Washington D.C.’s prestigious communities and enjoy the hospitality and entertainment afforded by this amazing place. Within the D.C. area you will find excellent shopping options, exquisite dining choices and an abundance of community events and festivals.
The neighborhoods in Washington are vibrant and full of luxurious homes for sale. As a resident you will love all the of opportunities for recreation and entertainment in Washington’s many world-class museums and performing arts venues. Living in close proximity to the Potomac River and Rock Creek Park will give you abundant opportunities for all kinds of activities.
Known for its diversity, the Washington D.C. region includes Northern Virginia and Maryland suburbs. This area is a great place to call home because it has relatively mild weather throughout all four seasons.
Another great advantage of buying a home in Washington D.C., is its central location. Because of where it sits, you can easily travel to the beach, or the mountains or a number of neighboring cities within a few hours. Baltimore, Wilmington, New York, Philadelphia and Annapolis are all close enough for a day trip or weekend getaway.
Homes for sale in Washington D.C. vary in size, style and price depending upon which their neighborhood. You can easily find luxurious condos for sale here, suburban townhomes, gorgeous single family homes and even rural farmland and opulent estates. In the Eastern Market area of Capitol Hill, D.C.’s largest neighborhood, a 2 bedroom home will cost around $650,000 and a 4 bedroom around $895,000. Condos average around $380,000 for a 1 bedroom and $500,000 for a 2 bedroom. In the area known as the Southwest Waterfront the average sale price for a condo is around $310,000, while a 4 bedroom townhome averages around $720,000. In Georgetown a 2 bedroom home averages around $860,000 and a 3 bedroom will cost you around $1.3 million. In Dupont Circle you can buy a row house for around $1.1 million, but a move-in ready townhouse in Kalorama Heights or Kalorama Triangle will cost around $2.5 million. Condos in Kalorama neighborhoods average $500,000 and detached homes range from $2 million to $8 million. So, regardless of your price range or your preferred architectural style, you are certain to find the home of your dreams in one of Washington D.C.’s many prestigious neighborhoods.
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