Brentwood Real Estate, Washington DC

Located in northeastern Washington, DC, the Brentwood neighborhood flies a little under the radar. It has transitioned gradually over the past several years as Brentwood real estate for sale has increased steadily in value. Yet it gets little publicity and certainly hasn’t seen the kind of overnight changes that typify DC’s more obvious urban success stories.

Other nearby neighborhoods include Bloomingdale, Edgewood, Eckington and Brookland.

One thing is apparent, however—the inventory of active listings has become smaller, especially when it comes to condos for sale. In particular, brick porch-front row houses that are so typical to the area have been snapped up as both investment opportunities and homes for first-time buyers in recent years. Interestingly, there has recently been an uptick in detached single-family homes for sale, including renovated Craftsman-style bungalows and post-World War II era cottages. To learn more about Brentwood real estate or other Washington DC real estate for sale, feel free to contact us at your convenience or start browsing all the active MLS listings below!

Brentwood (Washington DC) Real Estate & MLS Listings

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Price, High to Low
5 Properties Found.

1371 Bryant St Ne


MLS#: DCDC102304
3200 Sqft, 0.06 Acres

2215 13th St Ne


MLS#: DCDC205944
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
1408 Sqft, 0.03 Acres

2300 14th St Ne


MLS#: DCDC308124
3 Bed, 1 Bath
1152 Sqft, 0.06 Acres

2215 14th St Ne


MLS#: DCDC308264
3 Bed, 1 Bath
1160 Sqft, 0.06 Acres

Photo of Listing #DCDC310520

1386 Bryant St Ne #304


MLS#: DCDC310520
1 Bed, 1 Bath
627 Sqft, 0.02 Acres

Brentwood Neighborhood Information

Brentwood in Washington DC dates back to the early 1800s and a large estate built by Robert Brent, the first Mayor of Washington. The original mansion was lost in a fire a century later and a portion of the estate is now occupied by Gallaudet University—a school for the hearing impaired. Residential development ramped up from the 1920s onward with a notable spike in two-story row house construction in the 1930s and 1940s. The neighborhood is bordered by Rhode Island Avenue NE to the north, Montana Avenue to the east, New York Avenue to the south and Metro and Amtrak train tracks to the west.

Brentwood Real Estate at a Glance - Washington DC

While real estate values are markedly higher than a decade ago, homes and condos for sale in Brentwood are still among the most affordable in the DC area, with prices starting around $100,000 for the rare short sale, and climbing to around $650,000. It’s the lower end of the scale where you’ll find the majority of listings, however—often under $300,000. For more information about Brentwood real estate for sale in Washington DC, contact District Partners at Compass today!

Recent Development Around DC's Brentwood

One of the most notable recent changes in Brentwood has been the construction of Rhode Island Row—a large mixed-use development near the Brentwood Metro red line station, featuring a retro brick row house design with ground floor restaurants and retail and upscale residences above. The development is proof that this affordable neighborhood is evolving, even if the progress sometimes seems slow.

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Listing information last updated on January 23rd, 2019 at 5:04am EST.