NORTHEAST WASHINGTON DC REAL ESTATE

Looking for a home in the NE Quadrant of the District of Columbia?

While the northeastern quadrant of Washington DC doesn’t yield the same bumper crop of communities as NW, that doesn’t mean there’s a lack of homes for sale. In fact, there are intriguing locales, from uber-hip urban corridors to upscale suburbs. You’ll also find some highly affordable gems, tucked away in up-and-coming neighborhoods.
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For starters, much of Capitol Hill is in the northeastern sector—that owing to the Capitol building itself being at the epicenter of the four quadrants.
The Atlas District, also commonly referred to as the H Street Corridor, is an amazing arts and entertainment district surrounding the revitalized Atlas Theater. There’s also plenty of condos for sale here, including converted commercial buildings with upscale loft spaces. Want more about Northeast Washington DC real estate for sale? Check out the listings here, or keep reading below!

Homes for Sale in NE Washington, DC

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679 Properties Found. Page 1 of 46

630 East Capitol St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$2,995,000

MLS#: DC10044850
5 Bed, 4½ Bath
5030 Sqft, 0.07 Acres
Residential

720 Capitol St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$2,500,000

MLS#: DC9925145
5 Bed, 5½ Bath
4079 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

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656 East Capitol St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$2,150,000

MLS#: DC10004812
5 Bed, 3½ Bath
3600 Sqft, 0.02 Acres
Residential

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327 9th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,800,000

MLS#: DC9923789
4 Bed, 4½ Bath
3674 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

1201 Kearny St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,800,000

MLS#: DC10049345
4 Bed, 2 Bath
1868 Sqft, 0.12 Acres
Residential

4013 8th St Ne #1-4

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,799,999

MLS#: DC10076267
6 Bed, 4 Bath
3136 Sqft
Residential

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119 6th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,725,000

MLS#: DC9907163
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
3336 Sqft, 0.05 Acres
Residential

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702 Maryland Ave Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,695,000

MLS#: DC10085968
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
2110 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

211 F St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,680,000

MLS#: DC10050688
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
1600 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

1119 G St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,499,999

MLS#: DC10048374
4 Bed, 4½ Bath
2786 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

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528 8th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,475,000

MLS#: DC10008012
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
1786 Sqft, 0.05 Acres
Residential

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116 3rd St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,395,000

MLS#: DC10058322
7 Bed, 4 Bath
2610 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

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601 3rd St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,350,000

MLS#: DC9977536
4 Bed, 3½ Bath
1954 Sqft, 0.02 Acres
Residential

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134-136 U St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,349,900

MLS#: DC9980915
3 Bed, 3 Bath
0.07 Acres
Residential

More on Homes For Sale in NE Washington DC

Moving right along, you’ll find Brentwood and Brentwood Village, Brookland, Deanwood, Eckington, Edgewood, Fort Lincoln, Fort Totten, Ivy City, Kenilworth, Kingman Park, Marshall Heights. Michigan Park and North Michigan Park, Near Northeast, Pleasant Hill, Queen’s Chapel, Riggs Park, Stanton Park, Trinidad, University Heights, Varnum, Woodley Park, and Woodridge.
Not that we’re playing any favorites here, but the following are a trio of rapidly transitioning neighborhoods where you can still find some affordable deals as well as pride of ownership and new developing businesses:Brentwood is known for its smaller single-family homes for sale, including some classic Sears Roebuck “Craftsman” houses as well as post World War II cottages. You’ll also find some simple brick row houses from the 1920s to post-WWII era.
There are a lot more row houses in Eckington, and with a variety of styles, including Victorian, Gothic and porch front styles. Also present are some grand old apartment buildings that have gone condo, including The Metropolitan Overlook, built in 1929 and abandoned for decades before being renovated and transformed into luxury condos for sale.
Another neighborhood known for its row houses is Trinidad with boxy residences ranging from Federal to late Second Empire—often with front porches and featuring a variety of distinctive roof lines.
When it comes to more expensive neighborhoods in the northwestern quad, it’s worth paying a note of attention to Woodley Park. This quiet residential neighborhood offers a diverse range of property types, including wonderful old Colonials, luxury high-rises, and even modern architecture.
DC’s northeast quadrant is nothing if not eclectic, with fun local neighborhood businesses and restaurants, a lot of community spirit and some rapidly climbing real estate prices. For more information about Northeast Washington DC real estate for sale, contact us today!

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Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2017 at 4:20pm EDT.