Capitol Hill is also a residential neighborhood with a lot of classic townhomes.
- Capitol Hill is well known for being home to the US Congress, the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court but it is also a residential neighborhood with a lot of classic townhomes.
- Capitol Hill is considered to be the largest historic district within Washington DC as well as one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city.
- Capitol Hill neighborhood is thought to be the area immediately to the east of the Capitol building but can also refer to a much larger area that runs from H Street to the north, the Navy Yard to the south and to the Anacostia River to the east and include the Lincoln Park and Capitol Hill East areas.
- Capitol Hill has two major retail corridors, one along Pennsylvania Avenue where you can find the historic Eastern Market and the other along Barracks Row on 8th Street Southeast where you can find great restaurants such as the award winning Pineapple and Pearls as well as Rose’s Luxury.
In the past year three hundred sixty (360) rowhomes, townhomes and houses sold in Capitol Hill for an average sales price of $1.095M and with an average of twenty seven (27) days on the market. The highest of those sales was for an approximately 4,500 sf rowhome located on D Street just blocks from the Capitol that sold for $3.9M.
Capitol Hill also has a good size condo & co-op apartment market with one hundred seventy seven (177) units trading this past year with an average sales price of $538K and an average of thirty one (31) days on the market. The most expensive condominium to sell was actually in a group of newly built federal style rowhomes and was a 3,800 sf four story townhome with a rooftop terrace that sold for $1.925M in the summer of 2018.