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Wakefield Real Estate

Wakefield is a triangular-shaped neighborhood situated near American University Park and Tenleytown in the northwest quadrant of Washington, DC.    The community features largely single-family homes as well as some townhomes and  a mix of stately apartment buildings on Connecticut Avenue.   Developer R. B. Warren constructed 100 brick homes in the 1930s, giving the name “Wakefield,” to the brand new community.  Today an active neighborhood association maintains a recreation center, including a pool, playgrounds, a soccer field and miles of walking trails.  Residents typically go to nearby Van Ness and Tenleytown for shopping and dining needs.

Wakefield is served by the Van Ness-UDC and Tenleytown Metro Stations on the Red Line.

Wakefield Homes And Condos For Sale

Wakefield Homes And Condos For Sale September 24, 2020
2
Listed
54
Avg. DOM
$537.49
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,399,950
Med. List Price
2 Properties

Recently Sold Wakefield Properties

Wakefield Recent Sales September 24, 2020
18
Listed
40
Avg. DOM
$517.76
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$815,000
Med. List Price
18 Properties
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