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Metro DC Row Houses

As Washington, DC exploded in population in the 19th-century after the Civil War, row houses emerged as the housing style of choice in emerging “street-car” neighborhoods throughout the District. The type of home which was originally designed for a single-family could be built more cost effectively than stand-alone homes. While some of DC’s grand row houses have been subdivided into condos, many remain intact and offer a great urban alternative for today’s modern families. Row house can be found in limited numbers in DC suburbs with a concentration in the Old Town section of Alexandria.

Metro Washington DC Row Houses For Sale

Metro Washington DC Row Houses For Sale July 31, 2021
375
Listed
48
Avg. DOM
$536.47
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$874,900
Med. List Price
375 Properties
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Recently Sold Metro DC Row Houses

Metro DC Row Houses Recent Sales July 31, 2021
1275
Listed
44
Avg. DOM
$507.41
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$865,000
Med. List Price
1275 Properties
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