Spring Valley is an upscale neighborhood in northwest Washington, D.C., that is home to the main campus of American University as well as the Wesley Theological Seminar, both on Massachusetts Avenue. Spring Valley features a quaint, upscale shopping district that offers residents convenient access to a variety of retail establishments including Starbucks, Crate & Barrel and CVS.
The community boasts spacious homes flanked by mature trees and secluded lots. Average home price tags range from $2-3 million and upwards. A handful of embassy residences are sprinkled throughout the neighborhood which is also the address of several notable media and society personalities.
Spring Valley boundaries include Massachusetts Avenue to the northeast, Nebraska Avenue and Loughboro Road to the south and Dalecarlia Parkway to the west.
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From its tree-lined streets to its rolling hills, the Spring Valley neighborhood has long attracted some of DC’s most prominent residents. Found in Northwest DC, affluent Spring Valley offers a mix of historic estates and sprawling new construction, which often comes at top dollar.
Much of the neighborhood’s development began in the late 1920s. Over the following decades, some retail and office space construction joined Spring Valley, as well.
However, unlike a typical city grid, Sp... Read More
DC may be home to some of the nation’s priciest real estate, but some neighborhoods continue to attract buyers primarily interested in an all-cash sale. While the percentage of all-cash sales is down slightly overall compared to previous years, it’s still an attractive option for a large number of DC area buyers.
Looking at the first eleven months of 2019 alone, cash buyers made up about 17-percent of all homes purchased in the District. Previously all-cash transactions had been holdi... Read More
Home to some of DC’s priciest real estate, Spring Valley is an estate enclave. This Northwest DC neighborhood is known for its tree-lined streets and its large, multi-million-dollar homes.
Despite a median sold price of more than $2 million, the homes of Spring Valley surprisingly don’t sit on the market long. Often including at least four-bedrooms or even more, homes in this prestigious neighborhood are highly desirable.
With this in mind, it’s not unusual to find homes in Spring V... 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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Don’t let its zip code fool you, Spring Valley is decidedly suburban. This DC neighborhood may be slightly less well known than others in the area, but its residential options are certainly impressive.
The winding, hilly streets of Spring Valley are filled with beautiful homes. It’s rare to find properties priced under $1 million in this neighborhood of large homes and towering oak trees.
Generally, a majority of the homes tend to be brick Colonials, although you will find some Tudo... Read More
5th Avenue in New York.....North Lake Shore Drive in Chicago.....Turtle Creek Boulevard in Dallas and Louisburg Square in Boston are widely recognized as the most expensive streets for residential real estate in these cities. This begs the question of what is DC's most expensive street?
In a quick informal poll, Tracy Place in Kalorama was the popular answer, although not a clear-cut winner like some of the other cities. Wikipedia anoints Woodland Drive as DC's most expensiv... Read More
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Listing information last updated on August 1st, 2021 at 12:32pm EDT.