Explore Washington DC Metro Area
Welcome to Washington DC
Washington DC is so much more than our nation's capital. This vibrant city is truly a place where you can live, work, and play—and to top it all off, there are neighborhoods to suit just about any lifestyle. Whether you dream of living in a historic brick row house, a new construction townhome, or a private estate, you'll have no trouble finding your new niche right here in DC.
Want to learn even more about life in the DC Metro area? Let's explore.
Explore Properties in Washington DC
Selling Your Washington DC Home?
Selling a home in the DC Metro area requires the skill of an expert real estate team. Here at Fleisher-Arrowood, we excel at getting our sellers the best possible price for their home in no time at all. Get in touch with us to learn more about our unmatched marketing prowess and decades of combined experience. We can even give you an estimate of your home's current market value!
Live, Work, and Play in Washington DC
A remarkable variety of homes
Unsurprisingly, DC's real estate market is just as unique as our nation's capital. Here, you'll encounter a variety of properties, including historic homes, new construction residences, modern condos and townhomes, and even opulent estates. Washington DC also showcases numerous well-known neighborhoods, including Capitol Hill, Georgetown, and DuPont Circle. And to top it all off, the average home in DC sells for around $687,000.
Shopping, dining, and attractions
There's never a shortage of things to do when you live in Washington DC. The area is best known for its selection of government and historic sites, including the Capitol, the White House, the National Mall, and the Lincoln Memorial. Tourists and locals alike also love checking out DC's network of museums—the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum and the International Spy Museum are just a few favorites. Looking for places to shop and dine? You can't go wrong with CityCenterDC, the shops at Georgetown, or the Old Ebbitt Grill.
Even if you don't have children, living near Washington DC's top-notch public and private schools can help boost your property value over time. Most younger residents of Washington DC are zoned for the District of Columbia Public Schools. Many children also attend DC's prestigious selection of private schools—the Sidwell Friends School, the Georgetown Day School, and the National Cathedral School are just a few popular options. As if that isn't enough, DC is also home to a variety of colleges, including American University, Howard University, Georgetown University, and many more.
Endless job opportunities
The federal government employs around a quarter of all Washington DC residents. However, the area has a growing number of professional and business service careers. Georgetown University, George Washington University, Washington Hospital Center, the Children's National Medical Center, and Howard University are the top five non-government employers in DC. Commuters can also take advantage of DC's Metrobus and Washington Transit rail system.
Wondering What's Around?
Our Favorite Local Picks
The National Mall
The long, grassy National Mall is home to countless iconic monuments, including the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Visitors can also check out the Capitol Building or view cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin.Explore the Mall »
The Kennedy Center
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts hosts countless performances throughout the year, and it's also home to the National Symphony Orchestra.Watch a Performance »
The President's Park
The 82-acre President's Park features some of DC's most popular sites, including the White House, Lafayette Square, and The Ellipse.Visit the Park »
Cherry Blossom Festival
Held annually from March to April, the National Cherry Blossom Festival encompasses multiple events that celebrate DC's iconic blooms.See the Events »
Find Your Home in Our Nation's Capital
If you're eager to find your new home in Washington DC or another nearby community, Fleisher-Arrowood is here to assist you. We have what it takes to help you navigate every step of the buying process, and you can always reach out to us with any questions.
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