The Palisades is a neighborhood located in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, DC. The neighborhood runs alongside the Potomac River from Georgetown to the Maryland border. The boundaries of The Palisades are the Potomac River, the Maryland border, MacArthur Boulevard and Foxhall Road. DC neighborhoods adjacent to The Palisades include AU Park, Berkley, Foxhall, Georgetown and Kent.
Single-family homes including bungalows, capes and contemporaries dominate the housing stock in The Palisades. There are a few condo and town home communities primarily located on MacArthur Boulevard, the main thoroughfare in the neighborhood. The neighborhood has a small-town, sense of community, yet is only a few minutes away from the bustling streets of Georgetown and Downtown DC. Residents enjoy quick access to a plethora of recreational activities found along the Potomac, as well as the C & O and Capital Crescent Trails.
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DC may be known for its history and its political connections, but DC isn’t just a great place for singles and couples. It also has some nice neighborhoods for families.
You’ll find some of the most prestigious schools in Glover Park. The neighborhood also offers a farmer’s market, sports fields and community gardens. The location doesn’t hurt either, as Glover Park is found between the US Naval Observatory and Glover Archbold Park.
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For a quiet neighborhood close to downtown, consider taking your home search to Palisades. This pleasant neighborhood offers the appeal of a small-town, yet a location that’s only about 10 minutes from Downtown DC.
Found to the northwest of Georgetown University and right alongside the Potomac River, the peaceful neighborhood sits on the westernmost side of the District. While it’s not known as the kind of neighborhood that draws in a lot of visitors, it is a popular location for thos... Read More
There’s no doubt real estate in DC can be pricey, but the region as a whole just hit a brand-new record. The median sales price for a single-family home in DC this past October surpassed $1 million for the very first time.
According to a report from listing service Bright MLS, that’s a gain of more than $200,000 year-over-year. Prices rose about 24-percent in a 12-month period to reach a median sales price of $1.1 million in October 2020.
It was even higher than that in some areas. ... 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 all average prices above $1 million.
Some neighborhoods are even higher than that. Last year the Spring Valley neighborhood had a median sale price of around $1.8 million, a big jump over last year. Large homes are the norm in this neighborhood of politicians, media personalities and Washington elite.
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DC Condo Boutique team member Donna Mank represented the seller of a home located at 5407 Macomb Street NW, Washington, DC 20016 in the Palisades neighborhood. This home features 5 BR / 4 BA / 3,278 SF and closed on December 15th, 2017 for $1,400,000 / $427 SF.
Authentic Craftsman styling in an original Sears home that is ready for your updates and personal touches. Five bedrooms, a large yard and a location adjacent to the Carolina “Dinosaur” Park provide plenty of room to enjoy life... Read More
Hands down, we’ve found the best bike trail in the country The Capital Crescent Trail, a beloved former rail trail is today a multi-use off-road path between Georgetown and Silver Spring, Maryland built atop an old abandoned B & O railway in the 1990s. Today, it’s the most popular rail trail in the United States. At 11 miles long, it is the most noticeably used rail trail in the U.S., running from Georgetown in DC through Bethesda, Maryland, to Silver Spring, Maryland. More than 1... Read More
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
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Listing information last updated on October 19th, 2021 at 1:03am EDT.