Redesigned 1922 house on the market in D.C. for $4.2 million
Development in North Potomac, Md., adds 70 single-family houses
1787 house for sale in Alexandria, Va., for nearly $5 million
D.C.’s ‘last affordable’ neighborhood poised for growth and change
Pine Crest Manor in D.C.'s Cleveland Park listed at nearly $5 million
39 single-family houses planned in Ellicott City development
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Shepherd Park mansion listed at $2.38 million
Sam Zell, real estate tycoon who led Tribune Co. to bankruptcy, dies at 81
Navy stadium is part of the community in Admiral Heights
N.Va. Colonial with river views listed at nearly $2.7 million
Severn Crossroads is a community of 51 townhouses near Fort Meade, BWI
Tudor in quiet Bethesda, Md., setting listed for nearly $2.5 million
Billionaire plans to turn Jeffrey Epstein’s islands into luxury resort
Crystal City’s fresh appeal goes far beyond Amazon, locals say
Renovated 1956 house on the market for nearly $6.7 million
Supreme Court concerned county took too much from woman who owed taxes
Brookland Grove adding 60 townhouses to Northeast Washington
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