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 early Every Corner of the Region.
LOCATION: 428 N. Washington St.
Located in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, this 7,575-square-foot historic gem has four bedrooms and six baths. Built in 1801, the house offers 11-foot ceilings, original heart pine wood flooring and a 22-foot-long elegant dining room. Top-of-the-line appliances (Miele, Sub-Zero) round out a completely renovated kitchen.
Lauren Bishop, McEnearney Associates, 202.361,5079, firstname.lastname@example.org
1250 Half St. SE
Situated near the Capitol Riverfront, The Kelvin is a luxe collection of boutique apartments offering magnificent views of Nationals Park. Resident perks include three full bars, a rooftop deck and pool to take in views of Southeast and the waterfront, a pet spa and a sleek community lounge. Apartments feature penthouse-level patios, Silestone countertops and customizable closet systems.
Two-bedrooms from $2,815 per month
1301 Coastal Highway
The lure of the Delmarva Peninsula is strong year-round, which is why The Residences at Lighthouse Cove in Dewey Beach are so appealing. The bayfront community in the heart of this beach town offers an indoor saltwater pool, rooftop outdoor infinity pool, rooftop garden and new sunset deck. Four condos (second and fourth floors) remain on the market this fall.
Photography by: Courtesy of McEnearney Associates; The Kelvin; Residences at Lighthouse Cove