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Hillcrest Real Estate, Washington DC
As real estate for sale in Washington, DC continue their meteoric rise in price, many prospective buyers are looking toward the outer fringes. One such neighborhood is Hillcrest in southeast DC, abutting the Maryland borderline. It’s not trendy in an overtly fashionable or urban-buzz kind of way, but there is a trend here nonetheless—as in real estate properties being snatched up at a fraction of the normal cost.
Hillcrest is located east of the neighborhood of Anacostia (and its eponymously named river) in DC’s Ward 7—one of the city’s most underserved sections. Yet, that is starting to change as local real estate values climb and new commercial development gets underway. During the early part of the 20th century, Hillcrest was known as a summer getaway where Washington politicians would build summer homes. In that regard it was similar to places like Cabin John and Takoma Park in Maryland. Nearly a century later the community is enjoying its resurgence, although longtime locals say they’ve never lost their neighborhood pride. There’s still a political presence as well—Washington’s former mayor, Vincent C. Gray lives here. For more information about Hillcrest real estate for sale in Washington DC, contact District Partners at Compass today!
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- 1,436 SqFt
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Hillcrest (Washington DC) Neighborhood Information
When it comes to Hillcrest real estate for sale, most properties are detached residences, although there are some condos for sale—apartment building conversions, developments like Fairfax Village and semi-detached porch-front row houses. It’s the single-family homes for sale that attract the most attention however, with styles including Colonial, Georgian, Victorian, Tudor, Cape, Sears Craftsman and even brick Ramblers with full finished basements. Prices start in the very low six-figures and climb to around $700,000. Most listings however, are in the $300-400 thousand range.
Amenities & Attractions in Hillcrest - Washington DC
With major roadways nearby, as well as the Naylor Road Metro station, Hillcrest is a reasonable commute from Capitol Hill. Predictably, the rash of new home buyers has resulted in a reduced inventory. New homes and condos for sale are on their way however, thanks to projects like Skyland Town Center—a mixed-use development that will be anchored by a Wal-Mart with 480 residential units.