While the D.C. area real estate markets have been consistently growing in the past eight years, it’s been those markets that are farther out that have been growing the most, at least according to Jonathan Fox, principal at the Fox Group with Compass.
2016 brought a myriad of changes to Washington, D.C. Want to learn more about your community? This article from Curbed goes into detail about which projects in each Ward are truly changing their respective neighborhoods.
In Hume, Virginia, this bed and breakfast dates back to colonial and Civil War times and is now on the market for $1.495 million. With six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms, the property offers a little over an acre of land.
Unlike cities like Los Angeles or New York City, D.C. isn’t as well known for housing celebrities, unless they’re political. This year, though, there was a good number of celebrity homes that landed on the market or left the market with new owners.
This year may have been tougher than usual in terms of politics, but when it comes to the housing market for the D.C. area, 2016 has been one of the strongest years since the housing boom. There were 4,157 homes under contract and 3,899 sales.
From a modern kitchen in McLean, VA to a brass-colored kitchen above the Spanish Steps in D.C., see which homes in the region are sure to make you say, "Wow." Expect design features like decorative columns, chinoiserie wallpapers, and fireplaces.
Ever wanted to live in a tiny home? From a houseboat to a "garage mahal," see what and where your choices are in the D.C. area. in order to come up with this selection, Curbed searched through Airbnb, VRBO, and other vacation rental search engines.
The football season is here, and how are you going to celebrate? While you maintain your fantasy football league and stay in touch with the latest news, why not also enjoy the real estate that comes along with it. See five homes owned by NFL celebs.
Approximately one hour away from Washington, D.C., a presidential pad just landed on the market. The big name attached to the Marshall, Virginia single-family home is none other than U.S. President John F. Kennedy.
Those who live in NoVa can now take advantage of a brand new, super quick delivery service from Amazon. For Amazon Prime members who live in Arlington, Alexandria, and Springfield, Prime Now will deliver products within a matter of one to two hours.
George Washington University and the Center for Innovative Technology join 22 Capital Partners to build the "technological backbone" for the D.C. area’s first "smart city." This "smart city" will be located in Ashburn across 16 acres of land.
Now when you look in the mirror and wonder, "Who has the fairest real estate of them all?" you’ll know that you it’s you. This landmark, known as Melrose Castle, just landed on the market for $2,599,000 in Warrenton, Virginia.
Just like how Robert Griffin III struggled as a quarterback for Washington, D.C.’s football team, his home is similarly striving to find a buyer on the Aldie, Virginia market. The listing has maintained its original ask, which is $2,749,990.
Grab yourself a pint or a putter. This Great Falls, Virginia allows for both with a putting green and an English pub room, complemented by a cherry bar and embossed tin ceiling. The $3.5 million single-family home also features a pond and a pool.