If you are considering buying a home in the Washington DC area, be sure to take a look at the homes for sale in Downtown DC. Downtown DC is comprised of numerous micro-neighborhoods, each with distinct advantages and atmospheres. In Penn Quarter you can see a play and enjoy some exquisite dining. In Chinatown you can watch a hockey game. If neither of those options sound appealing, you can stroll along the quaint cobblestone streets in Downtown’s historic district. Downtown DC stretches across the area between Massachusetts Avenue, the U.S. Capitol, the White House and the National Mall.
Downtown DC is home to a plethora of museums and other cultural points of interest, including the National Portrait Gallery, the Lunder Conservation Center, the International Spy Museum and Shakespeare Theatre Company's Harman Center for the Arts. There are also an abundance of entertainment and recreation opportunities at places like the Verizon Center where you can watch the Washington Wizards and Capitals play, catch a movie at the Regal Cinemas Movie Theater, bowl at Lucky Strike, and do some shopping or grab something to eat.
Buy a home in Downtown DC and you’ll be living amidst all of those great attractions and more. The Metro will take you wherever you desire to go in or around the Downtown area. Located in the northwest part of DC, Downtown was once almost exclusively commercial, however, over the years more and more people have taken up residency in the area. Now there are approximately 9,500 residents in the area that makes up Downtown DC. The area’s height restriction gives Washington's Downtown a low skyline and keeps the population from growing too dense. With limited real estate options, those seeking to live in this alluring area should act fast.
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