Come for the schools and detached single family homes, stay for the lifestyle.
Victorian homes, modern eclectic buzz. Adams Morgan is a colorful whirl of activity.
With Bloomingdale’s vibrant colors and cool mom-and-pop retail, it’s easy to see the appeal.
Charming single family homes nestled between Catholic and Gallaudet Universities
Evolved from a poor man’s Georgetown to a leafy, laid-back enclave with an artistic bent.
It’s hard to find the line between Chevy Chase MD and DC but life on both sides of the line is great.
The bustle of Connecticut Avenue and serenity of tree-lined streets.
A bedroom community of single family homes with a back door to Rock Creek Park.
Stunning historic homes and tree-lined streets make it one of DC’s most coveted neighborhoods.
Famous markets, streets lined with historic homes, unique shops and eateries.
Steeped in history as one of DC’s earliest settlements, Foggy Bottom and Hughes Mews ooze charm.
Washington DC’s most famous hood, with university, waterfront and oh, those historic homes!
An urban suburb filled with single family homes, and surrounded by beautiful parkland.
Money, honey. Distinguished and elegant, home to embassies and the Obamas post-Oval.
A candy store of great DC architecture, including 64 unique Victorian mansions.
Historic circle and luxe neighborhood of dazzling homes and cool retail.
This entire neighborhood is a historic district, chock-full of charm.
A functioning naval base and brand-new neighborhood adjoining Yards Park.
Edgy and super-chic, this neighborhood has a dual personality.
Exploding with redevelopment, Shaw is setting records and trends.
From sleepy midcentury marina and hood to mega-destination, Southwest is all new.
Most know it for its zoo, but Woodley offers a ‘burbs feel juxtaposed with a quirky downtown.
High-dollar, low profile neighborhood tucked between Georgetown and Dupont.
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