Real Estate Near Fort Trotten Red Line

In a soaring Washington, DC real estate marketplace, homes for sale near the Fort Totten Red Line give buyers some affordable options. The historic Fort Totten neighborhood is named for a Civil War-era fort of the same name. The Metro station acts as a transfer point between the Red and Green Lines, and also offers off-peak Yellow Line service.

The station is at 550 Galloway Street NE in the Northeastern quadrant. The community is quite close to the Maryland border. Surrounding neighborhoods include Brightwood, 16th Street Heights, Petworth and Brookland.

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5521 New Hampshire Ave Ne, WASHINGTON
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.5 Baths
  • 1,816 SqFt

5521 New Hampshire Ave Ne, WASHINGTON

$749,999 ↓ $50,000
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15 Jefferson St Ne, WASHINGTON
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609 Nicholson St Ne, WASHINGTON
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609 Nicholson St Ne, WASHINGTON

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5080 10th St Ne, WASHINGTON
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5080 10th St Ne, WASHINGTON

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5049 N Capitol St Ne, WASHINGTON
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5049 N Capitol St Ne, WASHINGTON

$599,900
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28 Farragut Pl Nw, WASHINGTON
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  • 4 Beds
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28 Farragut Pl Nw, WASHINGTON

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More about Properties for Sale near Fort Totten Red Line

As home prices in the District have continued to climb, and with inventory shrinking, buyers have continued to search for areas of opportunity. That has included outlying neighborhoods. One such is Fort Totten—a Metro community now enjoying its own spiking prices.

But even though real estate values have surged in the area, there are still some deals to be found. There’s antique single-family houses, row houses built from the early 1900s through the 1950s, brick duplexes, mid-century cottages, and recently built condos and townhouses.

Homes and condos for sale range in price from the low six figures to high six figures.

Additional Information about the Area

This part of Washington dates back to early Colonial farming. President Lincoln had his summer residence near what is now the Petworth/Fort Totten border.  President Lincoln’s Cottage still stands today on the grounds of the Soldiers’ Home.

Much of the neighborhood is taken up by greenspace. The remnants of Fort Totten are now part of a park run by the National Parks Service.

These days, the community is experiencing an upswing in Metro development with new retailers and residences. To learn more about competitively priced homes and condos for sale near the Fort Totten Red Line, call District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.

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Listing information last updated on April 7th, 2020 at 3:03am EDT.

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