Real Estate Near Dupont Circle Red Line 

Dupont Circle is one of Washington, DC’s most desirable neighborhoods. Its Metro Station and Red Line service offers an added convenience to both local residents as well as daily commuters who arrive from outlying DC Metro suburbs. This is also a community known for its incredible real estate, as well as top bars, restaurants and cultural attractions.

The subterranean station has its entrance at 1525 20th Street NW. There are two other extremely popular DC neighborhoods—Logan Circle to the east and Georgetown to the west—that do not have their own Metro stations. Residents from those communities often avail themselves of the Dupont Circle stop.

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Back in its earliest days, Dupont Circle featured a number of large and stunning mansions. While many of the palatial properties that were home to prominent political and social figures of the day are now gone, some still exist. The historic Patterson Mansion with its Neo-Classical Architecture, for example, has now been converted into micro-apartment units.

There’s still plenty of surviving history, however, with Queen Anne, Beaux-Arts and Richardsonian Romanesque row houses lining the streets. You’ll also find numerous former apartment buildings (including the Somerset House circa 1917) that have been transformed into condos for sale.

And while the majority of real estate properties hearken to a long-ago time, there are also new developments as well. These include modern luxury condominiums in either flat, loft or townhouse style. Prices in Dupont Circle generally start in the low-to-mid six figure range for smaller units and can climb past the $5 million mark for those rare single-family homes.

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Dupont Circle dates back to Washington, DC’s earliest days and is sometimes associated with an area known as the “Old City.” In 1871, the traffic circle was added, along with a new grid of streets that complemented the earlier and broader diagonal avenues. This led to a secondary building boom, including row houses and apartments from noted developers such as Harry Wardman.

Today, the neighborhood is considered one of the District’s most vibrant and sought-after places to live. There’s live performing arts, boutique retail, art galleries and a host of top bars and restaurants, including Hank’s Oyster Bar, Floriana, Urbana, CIRCA at Dupont and many more. Residents also have a local Whole Foods, and are close to Downtown and Capitol Hill.

To learn more about homes and condos for sale near the Dupont Circle Red Line, call District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.