Crestwood is a residential neighborhood located on upper 16th Street in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, DC. It is known as the Gold Coast for its affluent majority black residents. The area is conveniently located about 15 minutes from both Downtown DC and Silver Spring, Maryland. Crestwood is the first residential neighborhood heading north on 16th Street with homes and lawns.
The first homes in Crestwood were built in 1910 and the community continued to develop in a piecemeal basis over the next forty years. The streets in Crestwood have been named for famous Americans including Senator William Boyd Allison, President James Buchanan and Naval hero Stephen Decatur.
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Paul Stone Was Known For The Many Gracious Homes He Built Throughout Crestwood, And This One Was Undoubtedly One Of His Finest. It Is The Quintessential Interpretation Of The Colonial Revival Style, Incorporating Proportions And Features From The Classical...
Located In The In-town Oasis Of Crestwood, And Sitting Directly Across From Rock Creek Park On One Of The Quietest Streets In Dc, Close To Downtown And The White House, A Little Over A Mile To Columbia Heights & The U Street Corridor With A Myriad Of Shops,...
You’ll find a full range of architectural styles in the DC area, from pre-World War II to contemporary, new construction designs. If you’re in the market for mid-century modern, though, you’ll still find plenty of options if you know where to look.
Often these homes are distinguished by large windows and sliding glass doors, sleek lines and an open design. A great place to begin your search is in Southwest Waterfront neighborhood of Washington, DC. There are also, of course, several n... Read More
The hot residential Crestwood neighborhood is quietly tucked away between 16th Street and Rock Creek Park that some say may have one of the hottest markets in DC yet also offers residents a taste of suburbia in the city. The Crestwood neighborhood in northwest DC has seen a spike in median sales prices this year, up 17 over last year, from $800,000 to $940,000 in 2015. Homes are definitely selling faster this year with only 23 average days on the market compared to 77 days last year, sh... Read More
Crestwood is a tranquil neighborhood in DC’s Gold Coast, an upscale entirely residential community that is nestled between upper 16th Street and Rock Creek Park. It sits near some of the city’s more popular neighborhoods, yet is distinctly quieter since there is almost no thru-traffic. Crestwood is a neighborhood with green lawns, flowering bushes, expensive houses and quiet streets located north of Columbia Heights and Mount Pleasant.
Crestwood was originally a 300-acre estate purchased... Read More
DC Condo Boutique team member Mansour Abu-Rahmeh is proud to announce his new listing at 4830 Blagden Ave NW. Listed at $879,900.00, this elegant colonial in DC's Crestwood neighborhood was featured on HGTV’s “Curb Appeal”. Landscape architect Gregg Love designed the façade and front yard of this home. With graciousness and surprises throughout, this home has it all. The stately colonial is nestled among trees on an immaculate lot.
Conveniently located just 2 blocks from Rock Cr... Read More
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Listing information last updated on March 31st, 2020 at 9:01pm EDT.