Capitol Hill is an historic neighborhood located in the Southeast and Northeast quadrants of Washington, DC. About 35,000 Washingtonians make their home in the two square miles of the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
In the early years of the District, members of Congress stayed in boarding houses on Capitol Hill rather than establish a permanent residence in Washington. Today, gentrification has spread throughout the neighborhood and has transformed it into an upscale and exclusive area. It is estimated that nearly one third of the members of Congress now make their home in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Read more about Capitol Hill real estate.
A Coveted East Capitol Castle That Is Stunningly Rebuilt And Semi-detached. This 5 Bds 4.5 Ba Townhouse Includes Ll Rental & A 2-story Carriage House. Total Sf 5,030! A Dream House With Top-of-the-line Systems, Spa Baths, Gourmet Kitchen, Along W/appointmen...
Open House Every Sunday From 1-3pm. Completely Gutted And Renovated 4-story Row House With Luxury Contemporary Interior Finishes And Landscaped Front And Back Yards In The Heart Of Capitol Hill. Nearly 4000 Sqft Of Interior Space Across 4 Floors, Featuring...
Five Black Suburbans In An Urban Fairy-tail, Georgetown Abandoned By An Upscale Cabinet, Well-healed, Found Roaming The Softer Side Of The Capitol Dome. Iconic Hill Compound, Enclave Courtyard, Guest Quarters, Fabled To Be Stables, Secret Service Roost, Ego...
Incomparable Private Compound, 2 Blocks From Eastern Market Metro. Historic Home & Store, Currently Used As Two-3bed Home With New Lofted Carriage House Secluded In Lush, Deep Rear Yard. Smaller Home (unit) Was Rented @4k Per/month = 50% Of Mortgage. Prof. ...
New Price! Steps From Capitol, House Office Bldgs, Spacious, Deep Backyard Plus Two Level Carriage House, Large Lot, Vintage 1860 W/ All The Best Parts Still Intact, High Ceilings, Hwf (under Carpet), Plaster Crown, Medallions, Curved Banisters, Orig Newel ...
Quintessential Capitol Hill! Meticulously Renovated 5 Br Home Just Steps From The Capitol, Senate/house Buildings And Metro. Original Details Preserved, 4 Fireplaces, Soaring Ceilings, Sep 2 Br Apartment In Ll. Home Was Used Only For Private Events So Never...
The Perfect Blend Of American Elegance With Refined, Modern Touches. Recently Renovated With Close, Careful Attention To Detail This Exquisite Capitol Hill Home Built Circa 1880 Has Views Of The Library Of Congress On The Second And Third Floors. Master Bed...
$100,000 Price Drop On This Historic Home By Appleton P. Clark Jr. The Prominent Architect Practicing In Dc @ The Beginning Of The 20th City. Highlights Begin Upon Entry W/ A Tile Foyer Brought From The Cap. Bldg, Gorgeous Reclaimed 1/4 Sawn Pine Floors Th...
First Floor Total Open Great For Entertaining. Good For Political Events. English Basement One Bedroom Apartment Has A Murpy Bed. Now Vacant. Last Tenant Was Paying $2200. Both Kitchen Have Cherry Cabnites
Over 2700 Square Feet With The Ability To Build A Roof-top Deck. Family Rm Addition With Wet Bar. Gourmet Kitchen With Traulsen Refrigerator, 8-burner Viking Stove & 104 Bottle Wine Fridge. Garden Rm Off Kitchen. Full Sub Zero Refrigerator & Freezer In Ll. ...
Government landmarks on Capitol Hill include the United States Capitol, the Senate and House Office Buildings, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, the Congressional Cemetery, Washington Navy Yard, and the US Marine Barracks. Neighborhood landmarks include Eastern Market, the oldest working public market in DC, Union Station and Lincoln Park.
The architecture of Capitol Hill is dominated by row houses constructed during the Federal and Victorian Periods in a variety of styles including Richardsonian, Queen Anne, and Beaux Arts. Historic single-family homes are sprinkled throughout the neighborhood amongst more recent upscale condo projects.
The boundaries of the Capitol Hill neighborhood as defined by the Capitol Hill Restoration Society are the Capitol precinct to the west, F Street to the north, 13th and 14th Streets to the east and Southeast Freeway to the south with an expansion area south of the Southeast Freeway bounded by 7th, M, 10th and 11th Streets. East Capitol Street NE divides Capitol Hill North neighborhood from the Capitol Hill South Neighborhood.
Capitol Hill is served by Union Station, Capitol South, Eastern Market and Potomac Metro Stations.
Progress is moving ahead in Barracks Row where ground was recently broken for the Emblem at Barracks Row development. This new, 20-unit condo community will eventually also include several thousand square feet of ground level retail space, with the first condos expected to go up for sale in 2018.
Future residents can expect to find uniquely designed homes, each with its own individual layout and design. The upper levels of the complex will additionally feature six penthouse units, wit... Read More
With the promise of nearly 50 new luxury condos, the extraordinary new Kipling House development is headed to The Hill. This four-story, 49-unit planned building will feature your choice of studio, one- or two-bedroom homes, complimented by exceptional extras that are sure to appeal to buyers in the region.
Located just steps away from Eastern Market and Barracks Row, the exciting new building is an inspirational project from Madison Investment. Not yet ready for sale, the units are s... Read More
Dozens of new condos are coming to Capitol Hill with the addition of two condo buildings where an old church once stood. The buildings take the place of the church and three former townhouses, rising up together to bring stylish new residential selections to the area.
Located just two blocks away from the Potomac Avenue Metro station, developer Pecar Properties is constructing a total of 46 condos, the Stone Hill condos at 1345 K Street and the Stone Flats at 1337 K Street. The majori... Read More
While some of DC’s most affluent neighborhoods have already welcomed countless new residents tied to the new White House administration, one of the newest residents to move to the area is equally well-known for what he pens about the happenings on Capitol Hill. According to several published reports, David Brooks of the New York Times recently purchased a home near Lincoln Park.
Originally listed on the market for $2.3 million, Brooks reportedly closed on the home in early March. Cons... Read More
With stunning floor plans and impeccably designed condos, The Churchill offers a refined sense of living on Capitol Hill. The elegant residences are part of a conversion project that began with a mid 1800’s-era sanctuary and rectory, changing over recently to a stunning array of new condos, with enviable features and an exceptional location.
The striking development takes advantage of its historic features, bringing a blend of modern design to the old structure, placing ten of the ava... Read More
The walk-able Stanton Park neighborhood may be named after the green space it encircles, but the community is extremely desirable for much more than just its nearby park. This popular Capitol Hill community is close to area museums and attractions, yet remains a peaceful and quiet alternative for basking in a family-friendly lifestyle.
Now home to a number of young, upper-middle class residents, this desirable community offers a variety of home styles, from upscale condos to multi-mil... Read More
One of Capitol Hill’s most unique residential buildings is now selling, bringing additional options in condo living to the DC area. While the District boasts several impressive structures that date back more than a century, The Churchill is one of just a handful that used to serve a more spiritual purpose. The building began as a church, making it one of only a few churches that have been repurposed and reimagined into residences.
While filling the void of necessary residential space,... Read More
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Listing information last updated on September 20th, 2017 at 6:53am EDT.