Bloomingdale, Eckington, Edgewood, Stronghold and Truxton Circle Real Estate & Homes for Sale in District of Columbia County, Washington, D.C.


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Bloomingdale, Washington D.C.
Average Home Sizes and Asking Prices

Updated On: May 25, 2018
Zipcode Single Family Home Townhome or Condo
4 BR 3 BR #Lst 3 BR 2 BR #Lst
20001 700 sf $1,049,000 300 sf $921,000 29 300 sf $813,000 300 sf $806,000 362
20002 100 sf $1,020,000 0 $776,000 61 200 sf $777,000 100 sf $564,000 480

Asking Price in 20001 - 3 Bedroom Single Family Homes
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Homes for Sale in Bloomingdale, Eckington, Edgewood, Stronghold and Truxton Circle

Bloomingdale, Eckington, Edgewood, Stronghold & Truxton Circle Real Estate in DC

Located within the city limits of Washington, DC, the neighborhoods of Bloomingdale, Eckington, Edgewood, Stonghold, and Truxton Circle (collectively known as Cluster 21) is one of 39 neighborhood clusters throughout the city, each made up of three to five neighborhoods. These neighborhoods are all located in Northeastern DC. Real estate options consist of single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses as well as land for custom building. The neighborhoods of Cluster 21 are located only minutes from the monuments and the downtown hustle, surrounded by the original trees of the region, architectural charm and a sense of community.

Bloomingdale, a quaint community that straddles Florida Avenue, is known for its quiet streets and easy accessibility. A model DC suburb, Bloomingdale is located within close proximity to Howard University and historical landmarks. Eckington is located south of the Prospect Hill and Glenwood Cemeteries, less than one mile from Howard University and one mile north of the United States Capitol. With North Capitol Street and the railroad tracks as its borders, Eckington remains a relatively isolated community. The Washington Metro bounds Edgewood to the east, offering quick transportation around the city. Edgewood Terrace, a mixed income and senior citizen public housing complex, serves as the central landmark of the Edgewood neighborhood. Stronghold, also called Metropolis View, also sits beside the Washington Metro and sandwiched between Trinity University and The Catholic University of America. Truxton Circle is named after a traffic circle that no longer exists and is frequently grouped together as part of Shaw or Eckington, the neighborhood to the north.

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Washington, D.C. Real Estate Market: Prices of Neighborhood Homes for Sale

From condos and row houses, contemporary and custom built housing, to turn of the century, all brick Victorian row homes, diverse homes are found throughout the neighborhoods of Cluster 21 and Washington, DC. Tree-lined streets and quiet cul-de-sacs, along with cityscapes and condominiums present various housing options for every income level. Single-family homes start in the mid-$200,000s and can go up to $2 million for large lots, recent developments and sprawling estates of the nearby suburbs. With the median sales price of a single-family home in the low $400,000s, nearly half of residents are homeowners. A wide range of townhouses and condominiums are available, starting from the $165,000 range up to $1.5 million. Land properties in the outlying areas range from $100,000 to $400,000, depending on acreage, topography and utilities present.