The Redfin real estate brokerage recently dove into its data to come up with the most sought-after neighborhoods among the 31 major metro markets where it has offices. Based on metrics, including page views and homes that users made their favorites, the District’s Mount Pleasant neighborhood in Northwest ranked number five on the list of hottest communities.

According to Redfin, the median sale price in Mount Pleasant in 2015 was $760,000 and the median days on the market was seven.

While Mount Pleasant was the only D.C. neighborhood among the top 10 hottest in the country, 16th Street Heights and Woodridge/East Lincoln were the second and third hottest in D.C. The median sale price in 16th Street Heights was $535,000 and the median days on the market was 19, while the median sale price in Woodridge/East Lincoln was $511,000 and the median days on the market was 21. In all three top D.C. neighborhoods, the average sales price was more than 100 percent of the list price, an indication of multiple offers for each property.

According to Redfin, all the hottest neighborhoods across their markets share some common amenities, particularly access to public transportation, relatively affordable homes and tree-lined streets, interesting architecture and coffee shops and other stores.

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