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Stunning New 3br/2.5ba 3-lvl Townhouse In Shaw....

Photo of Listing #DC10010027

$949,000 Active

  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 0.02 Acres
  • 1,325 ft²


409 Richardson Pl Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DC10010027

Stunning New 3br/2.5ba 3-lvl Townhouse In Shaw. Open Floor Plan Main Lvl W/fully Integrated Kitchen W/quartz Counters, Subway Tile Backsplash, Top Of The Line Appliances, Dining & Living Room And Private Rear Deck. Top Floor Includes Mbr W/spacious Closets,...

Magnificent East Village Victorian Row House Of...

REDUCED 4% Photo of Listing #DC9802455

$2,400,000 Active

  • 6 Beds
  • Baths
  • 0.04 Acres
  • 3,790 ft²


2715 P St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DC9802455

Magnificent East Village Victorian Row House Offers High Ceilings, Wood Floors & Crown Moldings. 6 Bd, 6.5ba. Gourmet Kitchen With Granite Counter Tops, Custom Cabinetry & Breakfast Nook. Living Room Has Fireplace & Bay Window. Sunny Lower Level Features Sp...

Sun-filled Brick End-unit W/ Full Service Eleva...

Photo of Listing #AR10015120

$799,000 Active

  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 0.1 Acres
  • 3,168 ft²


1801 28th St S, Arlington, VA

MLS® #AR10015120

Sun-filled Brick End-unit W/ Full Service Elevator In The Highly Desired Forest Hills Community W/ Formal Lr &dr, Built-in Bookcases, Hw Floors & Private Brick Terrace & Patio. Ul Brs & Mbr W/ Mba & Closets. Entry Level W/ Fr, Fpl, Renovated Kitchenette, 4...

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You Can Call it Van Ness or Forest Hills

Whether you call it Van Ness or Forest Hills, the area is a desirable destination in the DC area. Found in the northwest quadrant, the residential neighborhood gains one of its namesakes from its close proximity to the Van Ness campus of UDC and from the nearby Van Ness Metro station. This suburban neighborhood is also home, however, to large sprawling homes and apartment complexes, with some dating back to the early 1920s and others of new construction. While large co-ops, condos and... Read More

Neighborhood Around Howard University Changing

  Founded 150 years ago, Howard University has been part of the DC area for generations. As it continues its legacy as one of the nation’s top historically black colleges, the neighborhood around the campus is changing. Once residing in a primarily working-class area of African American residents, an influx of new residents has begun to change the racial makeup of the neighborhood. The area is also changing visually. Some of the older, more rundown properties that once ex... Read More

Brookland Proving Popular

With a small town vibe, the charming community of Brookland continues to attract new residents with affordable homes and charming appeal. The area once marketed towards those looking for a more ‘country-like’ atmosphere outside of DC, has now evolved into a blend of housing, retail and restaurants, with new redevelopment mixed in with older structures. Mostly centered along 12th Street NE, much of the newer development in Brookland is close to the Metro stops. There are al... Read More

Washington Harbour is Waterfront Destination

From its amazing views to its attractive mix of housing, office space, restaurants and entertainment, Washington Harbour is a favorite waterfront destination. Bordering the Potomac River, the massive mixed-use development dates back to the early 1980s, with a vibrancy that continues to entice new residents and visitors. These days, Washington Harbour is home to several restaurants, serving up everything from pizza and sandwiches to seafood, along with plenty of options in outdoor fun ... Read More

Arlington is Top Digital County

For the second year in a row Arlington County receives top nods when it comes to the nation’s top digital counties. The Center for Digital Government and the National Association of Counties generates the awards, basing their rankings on the use of technology in things such as cyber security, citizen engagement, transparency, operations and open government. Arlington County received the top spot for 2017 for counties with populations of between 150,000 to 249,999 residents. Coun... Read More

Franklin Park Getting Makeover

Franklin Park is in line for a makeover, with millions of dollars earmarked to renovate the space including new walkways, a new fountain, new landscaping and a community space. It’s all part of a larger master plan for the park that the National Capital Planning Commission adopted last year and one some have had an eye on accomplishing for the past several years. Originally created in the 1800s to protect an underground spring, the White House’s primary water source, Frank... Read More

NoMa Condo Developments

Two new condo developments are reshaping NoMa, with luxury homes and spectacular amenities. From upscale finishes to stylish living space, new condo developments such as Lexicon and Pullman Place continue to generate new excitement in the area. Lexicon offers more than 180 condos, with large floor plans ranging from one-bedroom units to those including two bedrooms plus a den. Priced from the low $400,000s for one of the smaller units, some of the larger units of Lexicon command price... Read More

DMV Counties Dominate Wealthiest in Nation List

There’s no doubt that politics shape the DC area, but now it turns out some of DC’s suburbs dominate the nation when it comes to America’s wealthiest counties. In fact, half of the richest counties in the US are within about an hour of the capital. According to Forbes, which based its findings off Census Bureau income data from 2015, the top four ’10 Richest Counties in America’ are all in the DC region. At the very top is Loudoun County, followed by Fall... Read More

Chancellor's Row: Serenity in the City

With a true taste of serenity in the city, peaceful Chancellor's Row enjoys a convenient location and a peaceful setting. This newer construction, townhouse development is found in the Edgewood neighborhood, a collection of more than 200 recently constructed four-story townhomes. With upscale features and finishes, the luxury townhomes are noted for their gourmet kitchens, private garages and rooftop terraces. Additionally, the homes are also outfitted with hardwood flooring and upsca... Read More

Shaw: Urban Hip DC Neighborhood

The hip and urban Shaw neighborhood presents an inviting location, just two miles from the White House, packed with colorfully hued row houses along tree-line streets. Once a neighborhood that attracted many lower income residents, the neighborhood is currently being reborn with an array of new development. As the neighborhood grows, so do home prices. In fact, the median home price in Shaw has quickly shot up, with some homes priced in the mid $100,000s just two decades ago now price... Read More

The listing content relating to real estate for sale on this web site is courtesy of MRIS. Listing information comes from various brokers who participate in the MRIS IDX.Properties listed with brokerage firms other than TTR Sotheby's International Realty are marked with the MRIS Logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers.The properties displayed may not be all the properties available. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.All listing information copyright MRIS 2017.

Listing information last updated on August 17th, 2017 at 1:29am EDT.