LeDroit Park Real Estate

LeDroit Park is a neighborhood in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, DC located directly Southeast of Howard University.  The neighborhood was developed in the 1870s as one of the Districts first "suburbs" and its initial single-family homes were designed by architect James McGill.  The neighborhood was positioned as a romantic enclave and to attract new home buyers, the developers planted significant displays of flora and fauna.

As the LeDroit Park neighborhood grew in the 1880s and 1890s, brick and framed row houses were also constructed in the neighborhood. While initially a segregated white-only community, by World War One LeDroit Park was home to many of the Districts influential African Americans.  In 1974, LeDroit Park was recognized as a historic district and awarded a place on the National Register of Historic Places.

The LeDroit Park neighborhood is bounded by W Street to the north, Georgia Avenue to the west, Rhode Island Avenue and Florida Avenue to the south and Second Street to the east.  Neighborhoods bordering LeDroit Park include Pleasant Plains to the northwest, Shaw to the southwest, McMillan Reservoir to the north, Bloomingdale to the east and Truxton Circle to the southeast. LeDroit Park is served by the Shaw-Howard U Metro Station.

LeDroit Park Homes And Condos For Sale

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Expansive, Stylish Ledroit Park Rowhouse With R...

REDUCED 6% Photo of Listing #DCDC420080

$1,495,000 Active

  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 0.04 Acres
  • 2,910 ft²


1835 5th St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC420080

Expansive, Stylish Ledroit Park Rowhouse With Rental Unit & Off Street Parking! This 4 Story Home's Main Residence Has 3 Bedrooms And 2.5 Bathrooms, With An Open Floor Plan & Tons Of Natural Light. Hardwood Floors, Upgraded Kitchen, Rear Patio, Large Bedroo...

Your Chance To Own One Of The Former Residences...

NEW Photo of Listing #DCDC426432

$1,200,000 Active

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 0.02 Acres
  • 1,620 ft²


420 Elm St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC426432

Your Chance To Own One Of The Former Residences Of The Legendary Duke Ellington. This Charming Historic Brownstone Located In Growing Ledroit Park Offers The Perfect Mix Of Small-town Suburb And City Amenities. Centrally Located In The Heart Of The City Mak...

Nestled In The Quaint & Historic Neighborhood O...

REDUCED 4% Photo of Listing #DCDC403206

$1,199,950 Active

  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 0.03 Acres
  • 1,588 ft²


1923 6th St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC403206

Nestled In The Quaint & Historic Neighborhood Of Ledroit Park In Northwest Dc, This Spacious Rowhome Is Sure To Hit Every Mark On Your Must Have List. This 3br 3.5 Bath Home Features Gleaming Hardwood Floors Throughout, Hints Of Classic Details In Sun Fille...

Stunning 3 Bedrooms,3 And A Half Bath Condo Wit...

Photo of Listing #DCDC425060

$1,199,000 Active

  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 0.12 Acres
  • 2,641 ft²


1901 3rd St Nw #1, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC425060

Stunning 3 Bedrooms,3 And A Half Bath Condo With Two Levels Of Beautiful Living Space In An Impeccably Renovated Victorian Home.the Bright Open Floorplan Welcomes You With An Elegant Color Scheme And Exquisite Custom Finishes.the High Ceilings And Rich Hard...

Stylish Updated And Light-filled Townhome In Hi...

Photo of Listing #DCDC424352

$824,900 Active

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 0.02 Acres
  • 1,794 ft²


1938 4th St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC424352

Stylish Updated And Light-filled Townhome In Historic Ledroit Park. Three Spacious Bedrooms With Three Full Baths. European-style Kitchen With White Lacquer Cabinets, Granite Counters, Stainless Appliances, And Peninsula. Serene Brick Patio Off Kitchen For ...

Why Rent When You Can Buy This 2 Unit Rowhome I...

REDUCED 5% Photo of Listing #DCDC398542

$715,000 Active

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 0.02 Acres
  • 1,102 ft²


343 Elm St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC398542

Why Rent When You Can Buy This 2 Unit Rowhome In One Of Dc's Hottest Neighborhoods? Ea. Unit 1br/1ba, W/d. Upstairs Tenant Pays $1,900/mo, Downstairs Is Vacant! Walk To U St. Metro, Restaurants & Shops!

Offer Fell Thru!!! Back On The Market. Well Kep...

Photo of Listing #DCDC420880

$689,900 Active

  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,100 ft²


2017 4th St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC420880

Offer Fell Thru!!! Back On The Market. Well Kept All Brick End Unit Rowhome With 3 Spacious Bedrooms 1.5 Baths In The Great Ledroit Park. Beautiful Hardwood Floorings On Main Level. New Gourmet Kitchen And New Baths, Lovely Front Porch And So Much More. Wal...

Spacious Top Floor Condo In The Original Gage S...

Photo of Listing #DCDC423906

$499,000 Active

  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 0.01 Acres
  • 761 ft²


2035 2nd St Nw #g304, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC423906

Spacious Top Floor Condo In The Original Gage School Building At Parker Flats. Designed By Architect David Haresign, Aia, Parker Flats Was Ranked Among The Top 12 Residential Designs For 2008. Traces Of The Original School Remain, Such As Stone Engravings T...

Bright & Spacious 1 Bed/1 Bath Condo In Bloomin...

Photo of Listing #DCDC426100

$374,000 Active

  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 0.01 Acres
  • 728 ft²


150 V St Nw #vl03, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC426100

Bright & Spacious 1 Bed/1 Bath Condo In Bloomingdale/ledroit Park. This Unit Features An Open Concept Living With Cherry Hardwood Floors, Walk In Closet, And Private Entrance. Gourmet Kitchen Boasts Granite Counters With Breakfast Bar Seating, And Stainless...

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Blog Posts About LeDroit Park

20001 Top Gentrifying Zip Code

As developers take aim at improving more and more DC communities, it should come as no surprise that the metro area is quickly becoming one of the most gentrified in the nation. In fact, according to newly released research from RENTCafé, an online rental listing service, Washington DC is near the top of the list when it comes to “The Nation’s Fastest Gentrifying Zip Codes”. When looking at Zip Codes across the nation, analysts found that the 20001 Zip Code takes second on the list of... Read More

LeDroit Park: A Quiet Urban Enclave

One of the DC area’s oldest neighborhoods, LeDroit Park continues to attract new residents, now lured by its reputation as a quiet, urban enclave. This newly revitalized neighborhood has gone through a transition of sorts in recent years, yet still retains much of its historic architecture and charm. With home designs complimented by dozens of late 1800s-era Victorian designs, many of the homes in this Northwest community are unique. The neighborhood features a number of recently reno... Read More

Neighborhood Around Howard University Changing

  Founded 150 years ago, Howard University has been part of the DC area for generations. As it continues its legacy as one of the nation’s top historically black colleges, the neighborhood around the campus is changing. Once residing in a primarily working-class area of African American residents, an influx of new residents has begun to change the racial makeup of the neighborhood. The area is also changing visually. Some of the older, more rundown properties that once existed within... Read More

LeDroit Park: Historic & Quiet Neighborhood

Packed with history, with landmark buildings and 19th century architecture, the quiet neighborhood of LeDroit Park continues to entice new residents and curious visitors, alike. Known for its narrow streets, named after the trees that line them, the area is also regarded for its extensive landscaping, historic architecture and less ideally, it’s segregated past. First designed following the Civil War, LeDroit Park began as a “white” neighborhood. Then came the late 1880s when students... Read More

Much Love For LeDroit Park

The quiet enclave in the middle of the city, LeDroit Park, is still relatively affordable, near the Shaw-Howard University Metro Station and one of the oldest neighborhoods in DC.  LeDroit Park is just south of Howard University and west of Bloomingdale.  Residents are drawn to the historic Victorian homes, newer row houses and modest mid-rise brick houses in the neighborhood.  Residents now represent a wide variety of ethnic groups; the racial, socioeconomic and gender diversity is what ... Read More

DC Tops For Community Gardens

DC leads the country for local community gardens, according to a new report issued by The Trust for Public Land.  With the most community gardens per capita, DC has many plots of land often divided up into individual gardens, many owned by the city or National Park Service.  Even if residents don’t have a yard, community gardens are one way to enjoy green spaces and do some plantings.  There are plenty of plots of land and volunteer opportunities in local community gardens for Washington ... Read More

DC Condo Boutique Sells Newly Renovated LeDroit Park Condo

DC Condo Boutique team members Donna Mank represented the buyer and team member Mansour Abu-Rahmeh represented the seller of a newly renovated condo located at 2419 1st Street 1 in DC's LeDroit Park neighborhood.   This condo featured 1 BR / 2.5 BA / 2,418 SF, upscale designer finishes and an off-street parking space. This unit sold on September 7th, 2012 for $535,000 / $221 SF.Washingtonians are discovering the charm of LeDroit Park and the strong value proposition associated with this... Read More

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Listing information last updated on May 19th, 2019 at 2:15pm EDT.