Welcome to the next edition of our Neighborhood Spotlight Series, where we will continue to provide a little insight into some of the best Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Silver Spring and DC neighborhoods to live, so you can feel more comfortable in the purchase of your new home in the DC area.
Next up in our DC neighborhoods feature is Brightwood. A quiet, residential neighborhood located in the northernmost part of Washington, DC, Brightwood is home to a variety of different styles of homes and buildings. The population is made up of a good mix of middle-aged and retired residents, as well as some young professionals. There is no Metrorail station within the boundaries of Brightwood, so this neighborhood is ideal for those with cars. There is also no designated “downtown” area, so if you’re looking for shopping then you may need to drive a bit. Residents cherish the serenity that has remained in this community for so long. If you’re looking for a nice change of pace from the bustling DC city life, then Brightwood just may the next place to look for your new home.
We have created an infographic to provide a quick glimpse into some of the housing and residential statistics that a potential homebuyer may be interested in. We hope you find this information helpful!
One of the beautiful, highly sought after DC homes for sale in the Brightwood neighborhood is this one of a kind property at 414 Marietta Pl NW. There’s so much you will love about this renovated 4 bedroom, 2 bath semi-detached home. From the moment you walk in, you’ll want to relax in the lovely enclosed front porch/sunroom. As you enter the front door, you are greeted by shining hardwood floors, a clean and neutral wall color palette throughout, and a warm living room filled with natural light
and an inviting fireplace. The modern and updated kitchen hosts a bright and relaxing tiled dining area. Then upstairs, you will find 3 roomy bedrooms and an updated bath, while the downstairs has a separate au pair/in-law suite with a walk-out to the back-yard. The side and back yard hold plenty of space for gardening or entertaining, while the home has 2 off-street parking spots.
We know that trying to settle on the right DC neighborhoods as you’re looking at houses or condos for sale in DC can be tricky, but here at The Washingtonian Group, we’re here to provide a helping hand and make the process of buying the Metro DC home of your dreams as easy as possible. Please do not hesitate to give us a call!