Behold the glory of Capitol Hill with the top 10 best and priciest homes on the market. This is our latest installment of Curbed Maps, and you should expect a ton more in the coming weeks as we continue to navigate what's making each neighborhood's housing market tick. Some of the homes on our Capitol Hill map have been featured before, so if you want a more in-depth look at a wine lover's paradise (2) or a horizontally challenged townhome (6), we've got you covered. For now, check out our map and stay tuned for more Top Tens in Washington, D.C.Read More
Mapping the Top 10 Most Expensive Homes in Capitol Hill
513 C Street
Asking price: $3,345,000
Size: 5-bed, 6-bath townhome
The skinny: As the most expensive home on the market in Capitol Hill, this home has a lot to offer. Spacious and with high ceilings, the home includes a rooftop deck and a two-car parking garage.
504 East Capitol Street
Asking price: $2,950,000
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 5,490-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $537
The skinny: This home features a wine cellar and a pink-walled foyer with white crown moldings. To see the inside-out of this listing, see our previous article on it.
137 C Street
Asking price: $1,995,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,497-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $570
The skinny: This home flaunts some kind of ornate glory with ceiling centerpieces and decorations like blue-and-white china. It comes with built-in bookshelves and a four-car garage.
625 Massachusetts Avenue
Asking price: $1,879,500
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, 2,796-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $672
The skinny: If you want a big and beautiful kitchen, this listing has it with stainless steel appliances, custom millwork, and a lot of room to walk around. The listing also features walk-in closets and an in-law suite.
618 South Carolina Avenue
Asking price: $1,850,000
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 3,552-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $521
The skinny: While the listing only features renderings of the home, it describes the home as having a "thoughtful floor plan" and "a piece of American history," whatever that means. The home features walk-in closets, a private balcony, and patio.
419 7th Street
Asking price: $1,175,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,082-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $564
The skinny: We previously described this home as "horizontally challenged" due to its narrow hallways. Regardless, the home is luxurious with built-in shelves, high ceilings, and a grey-and-gold damask-patterned wallpaper in the living room.
114 4th Street
Asking price: $1,174,900
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 1,710-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $687
The skinny: This three-story home features built-in bookshelves, bay windows, and indoor window shutters. Be sure to double-check your keenness for the color green as the kitchen may be too green for some homebuyers.
15 9th Street
Asking price: $1,100,000
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,312-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $476
The skinny: One of the more unique touches to this listing is its stained glass skylight. This home also features hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and a claw foot tub in one of the three bathrooms.
434 13th Street
Asking price: $999,000
Size: 3 one-bedroom units in a 2,076-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $481
The skinny: For whatever reason, there are no photos inside of this building that's for sale. According to the listing, though, the building features a walk-in closet, granite counters, and "endless possibilities."
717 6th Street
Asking price: $869,000
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,229-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $707
The skinny: As the tenth most expensive home on the market in Capitol Hill, this home features a patio, rear parking, and an in-law suite.