Burleith Real Estate
Burleith is a quiet, upscale neighborhood in the northwest quadrant of Washington.D.C. The community is purely residential, comprising 535 single-family row houses that were built in the 1920s as well as serving as the home of the French embassy. The area takes its name from an 18th-century estate and is one of the District’s hidden jewels. Many residents refer to their neighborhood as “North Georgetown” because of the low name recognition.
Unlike Georgetown, however, Burleith is known for relatively moderate home prices. Nestled alongside Glover-Archbold Park, Burleith features a green, park-like atmosphere but is still within easy walking distance of the Wisconsin Avenue shops as well as the major local highways. The gated community of Hillandale is found in Burleith.
Burleith is bordered by Whitehaven Park to the north, Wisconsin Avenue to the east, Georgetown and Reservoir Road to the south, and Glover-Archbold Park to the west.
Burleith Homes For Sale
Photo: Jonathan Coffey It may be located simply a short stroll away from Georgetown, but Burleith has finally emerged from its popular neighbor’s shadow. Virtually surrounded by green space ... Read more
Photo: Rudi Riet For a virtual green oasis in the middle of the city, it’s time to consider Burleith. This Northwest DC neighborhood is sheltered by tall trees and enveloped by a true ... Read more
Virtually secluded from some of its better known neighbors, it’s the mystique of Burleith that some find so appealing. While close to Georgetown and Glover Park, and just a short stroll away ... Read more
Home prices are on the rise in the DC area, as more neighborhoods pass the million-dollar mark. Consistently you’ll find around 10 or so million-dollar neighborhoods in DC, where homes ... Read more