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Washington, DC: Superior Living

Nestled against the Potomac River, Washington, DC is known for its federal government buildings and political life. But its activities, museums, cultural attractions, and history also add to the city's appeal. 

Attractions for Every Taste

From history to outdoor recreation, Washington, DC has activities to offer everyone, visitor and resident alike. Rediscover national tourist attractions or experience local gems for the first time. 

National Favorites

American and international culture, art, history, and more have museums and exhibits that are nationally known. Here are just a few of the highlights of Washington, DC: 

  • National Zoo
  • Rock Creek Park planetarium
  • National Gallery of Art
  • National Mall
  • National Arboretum
  • U Street Corridor
  • Union Station
  • Smithsonian museums

Of course, there are also the well-known monuments — Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, White House, and the US Capitol, to name a few. 

Local Gems

Take free salsa lessons Friday nights at Cafe Citron, listen to a local storyteller at SpeakeasyDC, or visit the technicolor church on Delaware Avenue to experience the hidden treasures that Washington, DC offers. Here are some other notable sites to check out:

  • Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe
  • Ben's Chili Bowl
  • Marian Koshland Science Museum
  • National Postal Museum
  • Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens

Washington, DC Events

Throughout the year, residents and visitors can enjoy the city festivals that celebrate local culture and national events. The Washington, DC festivals include:

  • Cherry Blossom Festival
  • White House Easter Egg Roll
  • Passport DC
  • National Independence Day Parade
  • DC Blues Festival
  • Smithsonian Folklife Festival
  • Labor Day Capitol Concert
  • and so many more! 

Available Real Estate in Washington, DC

There are many available homes in Washington, DC from charming condos in ideal locations to homes in desirable neighborhoods, such as Capitol Hill, Petworth, and Columbia Heights.

If you're in the market for a home in Washington, DC, search for a beautiful home by feature and sign up to receive email updates to alert you when a property with your ideal features appears on the market. Interested in keeping up with local Washington, DC housing trends and events? Read our real estate blog

Find more information about buying a home in Washington, DC by visiting our home buyer resources page

Listing Washington, DC Real Estate

If you're selling your home in Washington, DC, use our helpful real estate resources or connect with us to discuss the home selling process. 

Selling your Washington, DC home? Price your property correctly to sell with our comparative Washington, DC real estate market analysis or request your neighborhood sold report. List your home with S&G Realty to get the real estate results you're looking for. 

Neighborhoods and Condo Buildings

$140,000 - $1,300,000
Sq Ft: 789 - 2,100
$250,000 - $3,000,000
$225,000 - $6,000,000
Sq Ft: 515 - 9,000
$380,000 - $14,000,000
Sq Ft: 508 - 6,145
$300,000 - $725,000
Sq Ft: 461 - 1,750
$249,000 - $1,075,000
Sq Ft: 800 - 2,230
Woodley Park is home to the Smithsonian National Zoo
$212,000 - $2,100,000
Sq Ft: 465 - 3,504

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