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Washington DC Pool Homes

Private pools are a rarity in Washington, DC and are mostly found behind homes with multi-million dollar price tags sited on large lots in upscale Northwest neighborhoods. DC’s condensed yards are a major contributor to the dearth of pools in the District. Another consideration is that many of our more suburban neighborhoods were developed in an era when pools were not commonly associated with single-family living. If a pool is a must have home amenity, it is generally more cost effective to purchase a home with an existing pool rather than add a pool to a home. This page provides a consolidated view of all the homes in Washington, DC with a private pool that are currently on the market.

Washington DC Pool Homes For Sale

Washington DC Pool Homes For Sale April 19, 2024
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Recently Sold Washington DC Pool Homes

Washington DC Pool Homes Recent Sales April 19, 2024
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