Brookland has been enlivened by the local arts community, helping make this northeast neighborhood one of DC's most sought-after places to live. Bound by Rhode Island to the South, 9th St to the West, Michigan Ave to the north, and South Dakota Ave to the east...Brookland is where it's at!
By the Numbers
Over the past five years, prices in Brookland have continued to soar. Just five years ago, $300,000 would get you a three bedroom home in the neighborhood. Today, that $300,000 will only get you a one or two bedroom unit, and three bedroom homes now average around $575,000.
Single-family homes and town homes tend to stay on the market for about a month in Brookland, but homes that are properly marketed and priced right are being sold in a week. You're likely to see a similar situation when it comes to condos, as Brookland continues to be a strong seller's market.
Just as with the housing trends discussed above, the average price per sq. ft. for all homes and condos in Brookland has steadily increased over the years. The neighborhood boasts some of the regions most charming homes, and town homes and single-family homes are now approaching $450 per sq. ft.