Brookland is a neighborhood located in the Northeast quadrant of Washington, DC that is mostly residential but home to a small, but thriving business corridor. Brookland draws its name from the Brooks Estate, a 19th-century farm that was developed into housing tracts to form the Brookland neighborhood. The Brooks Mansion, once home to Colonial Jehiel Brooks and Ann Margaret Queen still stands and is home to DCTV, the District's public access channel. Following the Civil War with the development of Catholic University and the expansion of Washington's streetcars, Brookland was developed. Many of the homes constructed during this era in Brookland were Queen Anne and Craftsman style homes. Read more about Brookland real estate.
Welcome To Brookland !the Charm And Character Of This 101 Year Young, 2,800 Square Foot Plus Classic Bungalow Blends The Comforts Of Old And New In An Amazing Location. You Will Find Class And Traditional Character In Our Beloved Bungalow. The Configuration...
Stunning Top-to-bottom Renovation Of A Classic 3-level Row Home In Brookland. This Home Features4 Bedrooms, Three Full Baths And 1 Half Bath. Gracious Open-concept Main Level With 10~ Ceilings And Exposed Brick. Centerpiece Kitchen Features Subway Tile Back...
Welcome To This Beautifully Maintained Home In The Heart Of Brookland. The Delightfully Landscaped Yard And Cozy Front Porch Greeting You Upon Arrival Are Just The Start Of The Features You Will Find. The Inside Features Amazing And Tasteful Updates Throu...
You're Greeted Home By The Sun's Warmth And Reflection Off Of The Hardwood Floors In The Livingroom. This Wonderful Home Offers You 3 Finished Levels Of Living Of Spacious Living, A Bonus Room That Leads To The Deck And Back Yard, Formal Dining And Living ...
A Multifaceted Renovation, Built To Accommodate Various Styles Of City Living. 1st Flr Fashioned For Function W/formal Lr, 1/2ba & Gourmet Kit & Dining. 2nd Flr W/two Bedroom Suites. Lower Lvl W/1br Unit. Garage Pkg & Rear Patio. Steps To Metro & More!
Come And Enjoy The Pastoral Life Of Brookland From The Wide, Welcoming Front Porch Of This Charming 1905 Bungalow. Inside Enjoy The Updated Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room With Gleaming Floors And Cozy Fireplace, And A Spacious Master Bedroom On The Main...
Not Your Average, Boring Washington, Dc Colonial. This Beautiful Detached Home In The Highly Sought After Brookland Neighborhood Has Personality Galore! This Lovely Home Has Been Custom Designed To Provide You With Beautiful Living And Entertaining Spaces...
Charming, Efficient, Well-designed Home In Brookland! Convenient To Numerous Shops And Restaurants Along 12th Street, Rhode Island Avenue, And At Monroe Street Market. Tremendous Natural Light Exposure Throughout The House. Main Level Features An Open Fl...
Catholic University has served as a magnet to draw many other Catholic institutions to this section of Northeast DC. By 1940, over 60 Catholic organizations and institutions called this area home and led to the area being named "Little Rome." Today Brookland is a stable and integrated community with 12th Street anchoring the neighborhood's business corridor. Several restaurants including Col. Brooks Tavern, San Antonio Grill and the Brookland Cafe are located here as well as retail establishments including Brookland Hardware, Yes! Organic Market and CVS.
The boundaries of Brookland are 9th Street to the west, Rhode Island Avenue to south, South Dakota Avenue to the east. Michigan Avenue is the boundary to the north between 9th Street and 14th Street. Brookland has a northern panhandle which extends its boundaries between 14th Street and South Dakota Avenue northward to Taylor Street. Neighborhoods bordering Brookland include Michigan Park, University Heights, Stronghold, Edgewood, Brentwood, Woodridge and Langdon. Brookland is served by the Brookland-CUA Metro station (Red Line).
For new condos in Brookland, consider taking a look at The Brooklander. This exclusive new condo building houses less than a dozen condos, and is part of a conversion project by Lock 7 Development.
Developers started with two existing retail buildings, constructing the pop-up condo project along 12th Street NE in the Brookland neighborhood. Now an 11-unit residential building, the new building offers a mix of different floor plans for new buyers to choose from.
This includes a trio ... Read More
Filled with charming homes, a generous amount of art and performance space and chapels, Brookland is, in sense, a place where Rome meets Washington. This unique area gains its “Little Rome” moniker from all of the Catholic churches, chapels and monasteries that dot the area.
The neighborhood, after all, is home to the stone buildings of Catholic University, and to North America’s largest Roman Catholic Church. It’s additionally home to a more than century-old monastery, and... Read More
From its high ceilings to its modern appeal, Gallery Towns at Monroe Street Market presents the enjoyment of an elegant lifestyle in Brookland. This new townhome community offers the option of around four-dozen residences, with most units within the development including around 1,900 square feet of living space.
Designed to reflect the architecture of some of the city’s older row houses, the homes of Gallery Towns also manage to deliver contemporary living space, complete with a small... Read More
DC Condo Boutique team member Matt Koerber represented the seller of a Gallery Towns home located at 613 Lancaster Street NE, Washington, DC 20017 in the Brookland neighborhood. This townhome features 4 BR / 3.5 BA / 1,393 SF and closed on November 3rd, 2017 for $925,000 / $664 SF. Two parking spaces conveyed with this transaction.
High-end luxury finishes abound in this rare end-unit town home including kitchen/bathrooms with quartz counters and Porcelanosa tile, designer lighting an... Read More
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 also new resta... Read More
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
More residential options are coming to Brookland with the addition of the Otis Place Flats, an exciting new development currently under construction in the desirable Northeast DC neighborhood. A joint project of SGA Companies and Harbor Builders, the Otis Place Flats are on tap to bring another new 16 homes to the area.
Options within the development range from condos to town homes, with each residence containing two-bedrooms and 2.5-baths. As each home also includes more than 1,200 s... Read More
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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2019 at 2:05am EST.