Washington D.C. is an intriguing place to live.
There is no city quite like the Nation's Capital where local politics is often international news. Since I was born in Washington D.C., I love showing others the cities unique cultural, educational and social opportunities. North, South, East Capitol Streets and The National Mall divide the city into 4 quadrants: Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest. The nexus of the four quadrants is the U.S. Capital building. Numbered streets in the District run north and south. Lettered streets in the District run east and west. There are single family homes in every quadrant with town houses and condominiums all over Washington D.C. Rock Creek Park runs through NW Washington D.C. This large urban park was created by an Act of Congress in 1890. Consequently, Washington D.C. is a very green city with walking paths and trails The Anacostia River runs along the eastern side of the District. It offers boating, hiking, kayaking through Washington and to the Potomac River.
A few neighborhood videos
In Washington D.C., a single agent can represent both the Seller & Buyer in a single transaction. If you are a buyer, please watch our video on Dual Agency.