Marshall Heights Neighborhood

One of DC’s Hottest-Selling Neighborhoods Marshall Heights is one of Washington D.C.’s fastest-growing communities. In fact, in 2018, it was the hottest-selling neighborhoods in town with homes averaging just 16 days on the market, down from 26 the year before. The typical home also averaged five bids before selling, so the competition here can be steep. Located directly west of … Read More

Manor Park Neighborhood

A Safe and Diverse Neighborhood With Plenty to Do Manor Park is a quiet, urban neighborhood that is particularly known for its diverse population, family-friendly streets, and a beautiful park. It’s favored by families with children and young professionals alike thanks to its abundant outdoor activities, solid nightlife, and overall safety. If you’re looking for a neighborhood that feels more … Read More

Langdon Neighborhood

Little-Known, But Suddenly Getting Noticed Langdon is a small neighborhood in Washington D.C.’s northeast quadrant that for some time has existed a bit “under the radar.” In fact, unless you lived in the neighborhood, you probably wouldn’t even know it was there. But recently, younger buyers have started moving in and the effect has sent a ripple of rejuvenation throughout … Read More

Kingman Park Neighborhood

Where Young Professionals Love to Call Home Kingman Park is one of the most ethnically-diverse neighborhoods in Washington D.C., and it’s fast-becoming a hub for millennial home buyers. The neighborhood has an urban feel and it features plenty of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and parks. It has high-quality nightlife and easy access to public transportation, all of which suits its … Read More

Holmead Manor Neighborhood

Holmead Manor: Between Park View and Mount Pleasant Holmead Manor is one of the smaller urban communities in Washington D.C. It sits just north of Columbia Heights, west of Park View, and east of Mount Pleasant. It’s bordered by Sherman Avenue/New Hampshire Avenue, Park Road NW, Spring Road NW, and Holmead Place NW. Holmead Manor is almost entirely residential, but … Read More

Glover Park Neighborhood

A Safe and Diverse Neighborhood With Everything You Need Glover Park is a mostly residential neighborhood that sits between Foxhall Crescent and Embassy Row and just northwest of Georgetown. It might not be as well-known as its neighbors due to its lack of a dedicated Metro station, but Glover Park is becoming more and more popular over time, as people … Read More

Foxhall Village Neighborhood

A Touch of English Countryside in the Heart of Downtown In the 1970s, Foxhall Village was a neighborhood of rental properties geared to students attending nearby Georgetown University. Over time, more and more renters started purchasing homes, with some even purchasing the homes next door to them and opened the first floors and basements to accommodate their growing families. Today, … Read More

Forest Hills Neighborhood

The Family Life in Forest Hills Forest Hills is one of the best neighborhoods in all of the District of Columbia. It’s loaded with good schools and gets high marks for its safety and lack of crime. It has plenty of shopping, restaurants, and nightlife to keep both young and older people happy. It enjoys relatively short commutes, good home … Read More

Fairlawn Neighborhood

Finding Home in Central Southeast DC The residents of the Fairlawn neighborhood in Southeast Washington D.C. enjoy the best of both worlds, located as they are at the West edge of Southeast D.C., just across the Anacostia River from everything the middle of the city has to offer. This neighborhood is a working class neighborhood made up of a mix … Read More

East Village Neighborhood

Georgetown Living East of Wisconsin Ave  The East Village neighborhood of Washington D.C. is actually only half of the Georgetown neighborhood. Taken as a whole, Georgetown is one of the most fantastic places to live in all of the District. It’s got great shopping, wonderful restaurants, an eclectic mix of old and new architecture, and so many amenities that it’s … Read More