The Washington Post
List Your Rental
 

Advertise your place in The Washington Post.

WHERE WE LIVE | The community is notable for second- and third-generation loyalty and varied home styles.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | The walkable Capitol Hill neighborhood has people ditching cars and getting to know their neighbors.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Neighborliness, affordability, good schools and the nearby Potomac are strong draws.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | People who grew up there return for the neighborhood’s convenience, friendliness and affordability.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents’ teamwork to preserve historic Rose Park reflects the enclave’s neighborliness.

  • Harriet Edleson
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | The community stands out for non-cookie-cutter design, affordability and easy commutes.

  • Mike Salmon
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Two major stadiums, an influx of amenities and a river nearby have made it a popular destination for potential homeowners.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

The retired New York Yankees legend is selling the castle-like property for $14.75 million.

WHERE WE LIVE | Hallowing Point River Estates, in Mason Neck, is surrounded by wildlife and the Potomac.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Minutes from Rock Creek Park and the Red Line, plenty of natural beauty remains.

  • Audrey Hoffer
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Residents “really can’t say enough positive things” about the area, which has infrastructure projects underway.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

The Oscar-winning actress has listed her four-bedroom, five-bathroom unit for $24.6 million.

  • Amy Dobson
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | The sought-after McLean, Va., neighborhood gets some updates to its bucolic character.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | People who buy a home in the community in Silver Spring just east of Wheaton never want to leave.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | An area known for its offices is slowly getting more residential space for those who love to live near downtown.

  • Harriet Edleson
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Pimmit Hills, founded in 1950, is getting pricier fast as homes are torn down and replaced.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Barnesville, in Montgomery’s Agriculture Reserve, clings to a small-town feel and resists development’s pressures.

  • Harriet Edleson
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | Northeast Washington’s H Street corridor has seen a spike in interest since a Whole Foods, trendy restaurants and luxury condominium developments moved in.

  • Lester Davis
  • ·

WHERE WE LIVE | A purely residential neighborhood keeps its midcentury vibe with amenities not far away.

  • Harriet Edleson
  • ·
Load More
Most Read Entertainment
ADVERTISEMENT

DC Metro Mortgage Rates