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DC Single-Family Homes

While many outsiders think of Washington as the urban core surrounding the Federal government, monuments and the mall, true Washingtonians know that DC is comprised of many unique neighborhoods each of which has its own character and charm.  It is even possible to live in the District in a neighborhood with a suburban feel similar to communities located beyond the Beltway. 

Single-family homes are found in the majority of DC neighborhood’s with floor plans, finishes and amenities for a wide-range of lifestyle options.  Our team is versed in the intricacies of every DC neighborhood and can provide guidance on school districts, commuting times, amenities and more.

Washington DC Single-Family Homes For Sale

Washington DC Single-Family Homes For Sale October 23, 2021
197
Listed
89
Avg. DOM
$520.84
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$949,000
Med. List Price
197 Properties
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Recently Sold DC Homes

DC Homes Recent Sales October 23, 2021
319
Listed
56
Avg. DOM
$479.29
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,150,000
Med. List Price
319 Properties
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