In their latest report, Redfin broke down the numbers for each neighborhood in Washington, D.C., from their median sale price to their inventory to the median number of days each listing stayed on the market. Listed below, you will see the neighborhoods with the highest and lowest median sale prices during the month of June 2016.
Some of the neighborhoods are bunched together into more general areas. For example, rather than give the median sale price of homes in Spring Valley alone, Redfin instead looked at the home prices of Foxhall / Palisades / Spring Valley / Wesley Heights as an entire area.
The median sale price attributed to each neighborhood is based solely on Redfin listing information. The data has been measured over the past three months and ends on June 30.
For the neighborhoods with the highest median sale prices, see below, with each point listed from most expensive to least.
- Foxhall / Palisades / Spring Valley / Wesley Heights ($1,451,125)
- Georgetown ($1,035,000)
- Chevy Chase-DC ($1,010,000)
- American University Park / Friendship Heights / Tenleytown ($940,000)
- Capitol Hill ($849,550)
- Hill East ($725,000)
- Truxton Circle ($722,450)
- Mount Pleasant ($719,500)
- NoMa ($715,000)
- Atlas District ($700,000)
For the lowest median sale prices in Washington, D.C., see below, with each neighborhood listed from least expensive to most.
- Bellevue / Congress Heights / Highlands ($188,500)
- Deanwood ($230,000)
- Congress Heights ($237,575)
- Benning Heights / Capitol View / Marshall Heights ($253,000)
- Greenway / Benning / Dupont Park / River Terrace ($283,000)
- Historic Anacostia ($285,000)
- Fairlawn / Twining / Randle Highlands / Penn Branch ($319,500)
- Southwest / Waterfront ($319,950)
- Foggy Bottom / George University / West End ($409,000)
- Dupont Circle ($424,900)
The median sale price for a home in the city is currently $550,000.
Be sure to check out all of Redfin’s data on Washington, D.C. neighborhoods in their full report here.