The past six months have shown us the strength, resilience and creativity of DC, maryland and virginia’s real estate industry. They also revealed something else about our post-pandemic market: Washingtonians want to stretch their real estate dreams with new amenities in even more dynamic properties—and real estate pros are delivering in nearly every corner of the region.
LOCATION: 220 Lighthouse View Drive
The Chesapeake Bay beckons in this 10,000-square-foot Stevensville, Md., home that sits on 1.8 acres alongside the water with a boat dock. Inside, find six bedrooms and seven full baths, plus a two-story, light-filled entrance; a grand staircase; an elevator; soaring ceilings; and a chef-driven kitchen.
Brad Kappel, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, 410.279.9476, email@example.com
LOCATION: 1318 Belmont St. NW
This spacious row house sits in the heart of the 14th Street Corridor, home to outstanding restaurants and chic boutiques. The six-bedroom, four-bath renovated space features 18-foot ceilings, abundant natural light, a marble fireplace and a kitchen with Poggenpohl cabinets, a Sub-Zero wine fridge and Miele appliances.
Jenn Smira, Compass, 202.280.2060, firstname.lastname@example.org, jennsmira.com
LOCATION:1205 Half St. SE
JBG Smith recently added the 1205 Collection to its sophisticated West Half complex, a short toss to Nats Park in Navy Yard. Five-star hotel amenities abound, including LuxeClean by The Minte housekeeping services, a penthouse-level clubroom with a bar and stylish lounge spaces, and indoor-outdoor rooftop private lounges.
Price upon request
Photography by: Courtesy of: West Half/JBG; Jenn Smira/Compass; TTR Sotheby's International