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Dupont Circle Real Estate

Dupont Circle is a vibrant neighborhood located in the northwest quadrant of Washington DC, home to a stimulating mix of art galleries, embassies, and upscale eateries.  At the heart of the community is a busy traffic circled marked by a spacious park and a majestic fountain designed by the sculptor of the Lincoln Memorial, Daniel Chester French.
 
A handful of Dupont Circle estates date back to Civil War days providing a glimpse of the grandeur of the time.  Other properties include two and three-story row houses built in the Queen Anne and Richardsonian Romanesque styles.   Buyers have enthusiastically embraced the recent practice of partitioning of  row houses into single floor condos with high-end finishes such as gourmet kitchens, hardwood floors and outdoor decks. Read more about Dupont Circle real estate.

Dupont Circle Real Estate Listings

Dupont Circle Real Estate Listings October 21, 2020
123
Listed
57
Avg. DOM
$692.48
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$600,000
Med. List Price
123 Properties
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Recent Dupont Circle Condo & Home Sales

Dupont Circle Recent Sales October 21, 2020
113
Listed
60
Avg. DOM
$701.59
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$565,000
Med. List Price
113 Properties
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More About Dupont Circle Real Estate 

Dupont Circle draws its name from a former Civil War hero, Samuel Francis Du Pont.  As one of DC’s most cosmopolitan communities, Dupont Circle has long  been popular with the gay and lesbian set and continues to play host to signature events such as the Capital Pride and the High Heel Race.
 
Dupont Circle is bounded by Florida Avenue to the north, 15th Street to the east, M Street to the south and 22nd Street to the West.  The Dupont Circle Metro Station on the Red Line continues to be one of the busiest Metro stations in the District.

Blog Posts About Dupont Circle
Dupont Circle: Steeped in History

Developed in the late 1890s, the Dupont Circle area built a reputation as a fashionable residential neighborhood that lasted into the early years of the 20th century.  The circle itself was ... Read more

What Are the Best Places to Live in Washington DC?

Moving to Washington DC offers you the luxury of choosing from many vibrant neighborhoods. From row houses to apartment buildings and condominiums, Washington DC is home to a variety of places to ... Read more

What Is the Best Neighborhood in Washington DC?

It goes without saying that Washington DC is the political hub of the United States -- as such it is a city that is known for loving a good debate or two (even amongst its residents). When ... Read more

What Are the Best Neighborhoods for Singles in Washington DC?

While a constant refrain in DC is that single women vastly outnumber the single men, there are a number of trendy DC neighborhoods that cater to the single life:  Georgetown Georgetown is ... Read more

The DC Santa Crawl at Dupont Circle's Hottest Bars

The holiday season in Washington, DC provides a number of events that combine fun with raising money for a good cause. The DC Santa Crawl 2013 aptly fills the bill, asking participants to bring an ... Read more

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Dupont Circle: Steeped in History

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