Edgewood is a neighborhood located in the Northeast Quadrant of Washington, DC. Originally farmland and later an estate for US Treasury Secretary and Chief Justice Salmon Chase, Edgewood was plated into a residential neighborhood after the B & O Railroad was built just east of the estate. DC row houses are the dominant architecture in Edgewood with newer developments like Chancellor's Row designed in this style.
The boundaries of Edgewood are Lincoln Road and Glennwood Cemetery to the west, Rhode Island Avenue to the south, Red Line Metro tracks to the east and Irving Street, Michigan Avenue and Monroe Street to the North. Neighborhoods adjacent to Edgewood include Bloomingdale, Eckington, Brentwood, Brookland and Stronghold. Edgewood is served by the Brookland-CUA Metro station (Red Line).
Edgewood Homes And Condos For Sale
New townhomes are debuting soon in Edgewood, where progress is underway on Brookland Grove. The property’s three- and four-bedroom townhomes are coming to an area just a few blocks away from ... 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 ... Read more
The best way to get downtown from upper DC and the Maryland suburbs by bike is via the Metropolitan Branch Trail. The trail is interesting and colorful as you ride past nature and industry on DC’s ... Read more
Convenient Location Don’t miss the final act---90% sold out! Exquisite townhomes in the Edgewood/Brookland neighborhood of DC offer a small town-inspired setting focused on open green ... Read more