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

Updated On: November 15, 2018
Zipcode Single Family Home Townhome or Condo
4 BR 3 BR #Lst 3 BR 2 BR #Lst
20019 300 sf $464,000 400 sf $356,000 88 300 sf $362,000 300 sf $258,000 47


Asking Price in 20019 - 3 Bedroom Single Family Homes
20019 real estate listing price trend

20019 sold real estate price trend


Homes for Sale in Burrville, Deanwood, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights, NE Boundary

Burrville, Deanwood, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights, NE Boundary, DC Real Estate

Our nation's capital, Washington, DC, is home to a little over 600,000 residents with the DC metropolitan region (which includes the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area) is home to approximately 5.6 million residents. This area alone is the seventh largest metropolitan region within the United States. But Washington, DC, means much more than its role in politics, international and national relations; for residents, this booming city is their home.

The DC area includes 8 subdivisions, called "wards", with each ward including as many as two dozen neighborhoods. Grouped together, there are a total of 39 "clusters" of neighborhoods that make up the 8 wards. The neighborhoods of Burrville, Deanwood, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights and Northeast Boundary are all a part of Cluster 31, which make up Ward 7.

Cluster 31 is currently home to approximately 14,500 residents. Cluster 31 and its neighborhoods are located in Northeast Washington, DC, east of the Anacostia River and adjacent to the DC/Maryland border. This quadrant of the city is home to a number of areas of interest, including Gallaudet University, several Civil War-era forts, and many Catholic colleges and monasteries. Real estate options in this area are predominately anchored by listings for single-family homes as well as investment properties.

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Burrville, Deanwood, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights, NE Boundary Real Estate Market

Single-family homes and a few listings for townhomes anchor the real estate market for the Cluster 31 neighborhoods of Burrville, Deanwood, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights, and Northeast Boundary. Future homebuyers can expect prices to start from the low $100,000s for single-family homes and $180,000 for multi-family homes, with some properties running in the million dollar range. The neighborhoods of Cluster 23 appeal to residents who enjoy city living and investors who are interested in purchasing a fixer-upper, flipping it and then selling it for profit.


Burrville, Deanwood, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights, NE Boundary Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of November 15th, 2018: homes priced around $355,662 compared to $354,015 the previous week, for a slight increase of less than +1%.  For Thursday, November 15th, the current national mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed mortgage is 4.04%; the 15 year fixed rate is at 3.40%. For a loan larger than conventional conforming loans, or 'jumbo' loan, the 30 year rate is 4.26%, while the 15 year jumbo rate currently is at 4.32%.