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Metro DC Waterfront Homes

Living on the water in the Metro DC area typically commands a high price tag and is a privilege open to very few in our region. While much of the waterfront in the District is dedicated to commercial uses, some residential waterfront neighborhoods offer the opportunity to live directly on the the Potomac or Anacostia Rivers. More residential waterfront living opportunities are available in Northern Virginia along the Potomac in Great Falls, McLean, Arlington and Alexandria. This page provides a consolidated view of the waterfront homes currently listed for sale in the Metro DC area.

Metro DC Waterfront Homes And Condos

Metro DC Waterfront Homes And Condos July 27, 2021
29
Listed
140
Avg. DOM
$936.88
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,999,000
Med. List Price
29 Properties
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Recently Sold Metro DC Waterfront Properties

Metro DC Waterfront Properties Recent Sales July 27, 2021
56
Listed
75
Avg. DOM
$470.23
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$722,750
Med. List Price
56 Properties
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