Eckington Homes For Sale

Our Eckington real estate agents can help you find the home you want.

This page showcases all current Eckington homes for sale from the D.C. real estate MLS database and highlights property data updated within the last hour. Our Eckington real estate agents can show you any property listed in the D.C. MLS and are happy to assist you with all of your real estate needs. The D.C. real estate market can be very complicated and challenging, and as a full service D.C. real estate brokerage we are here to help you purchase a property at the best possible price.

If you are looking for more than just Eckington homes for sale, you can access our overall D.C. MLS search here. We also provide free access to land or lots for sale, investment properties, foreclosure/distressed properties and rental homes.

  1. Photo of 1927 3RD ST NE, Unit 300, Washington, DC 20002 (MLS # DC8764001)
    1 bed, 1 full bath
    Home size: 447 sq ft
  2. Photo of 400 EVARTS ST NE, Unit 406, Washington, DC 20017 (MLS # DC8733631)
    1 bed, 1 full bath
  3. Photo of 432 EVARTS ST NE, Unit 2, Washington, DC 20017 (MLS # DC9506985)
    2 beds, 1 full bath
    Home size: 825 sq ft
  4. Photo of 70 RHODE ISLAND AVE NW, Unit 202, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8773543)
    1 bed, 1 full bath
    Home size: 613 sq ft
  5. Photo of 315 R ST NW, Unit 1, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8775128)
    3 beds, 2 full baths
    Home size: 1,016 sq ft

See all Eckington Homes For Sale.
(all data current as of 11/26/2015)

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About Eckington

Eckington is a NE Washington neighborhood found just south of the Prospect Hill and Glenwood Cemeteries, less than a mile Southeast of Howard University and about one mile north of the U.S. Capitol. The boundaries of Eckington are Rhode Island Avenue to the north, Florida Avenue to the south, North Capitol Street to the west, and Washington Metro’s Brentwood Yard to the east. Eckington includes the area known as Bloomingdale, a neighborhood that exists in name among residents but that is not officially recognized as a standalone neighborhood by D.C. government, planning or zoning.

Eckington’s history began as the country estate and land of Joseph Gales, Jr., owner of the National Intelligencer newspaper and Mayor of Washington, D.C. from 1827 to 1830. Gales purchased the land that is now Eckington in 1815, and in 1830 built a two-story house on the hilltop, at the point where Third and U Streets intersect today. Gales named the estate Eckington after The Village in England where he was born.

Eckington Real Estate

It can be very easy for consumers to misinterpret or be confused by the huge amounts of data available online about Eckington real estate and the Washington, D.C. real estate market. You may not realize this, but D.C. homes for sale prices can vary wildly from street to street within the same neighborhood or quadrants. If you are seriously considering buying an Eckington condo or Eckington home for sale in the near future, you will need the skill and expertise of an Eckington realtor to represent your best interests.

Our Eckington Real Estate Agents

We are a full service D.C.  real estate brokerage and can help you understand the real factors that influence exact home prices. Our Eckington real estate agents are an invaluable resource for you once you have found properties you are interested in purchasing. If you are a busy professional, we also can help you select homes for sale that fit your criteria. Contact us now and we are happy to help, whether you’re looking to buy now or years from now.

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