Trinidad Homes For Sale

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This page shows all current Trinidad homes and condos for sale from the D.C. real estate MLS Database updated every hour! Our Trinidad real estate agents can show you any property listed in the DC MLS and are happy to invest their time in helping you find & purchase a home, condo or row home. If you’re a first time homebuyer in DC, make under $123,395 per year, and have decent Credit (640+), then you may qualify for DC Open Doors, a buying program that pays your Down Payment when you buy a home in Trinidad.

If you are looking for more than just Trinidad 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.

Trinidad is bounded to the north by Mt. Olivet Road, to the west by West Virginia Avenue, to the south by Florida Avenue, and to the east by Bladensburg Road. To the west is Gallaudet University with Carver Langston bordering to the east. The Southern border is known as Old City, so named because it was part of Pierre L’Enfant’s original plan for the city, and generally referred to as either Near Northeast or Capitol Hill North.

The H Street Corridor is immediately South of Trinidad as well, with the Corridor’s eastern portion referred to as the Atlas District, part of a neighborhood branding campaign centered around the revitalized Atlas Theater, now called the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

What’s Going on in Trinidad Real Estate

Trinidad got its name from 19th century speculator James Barry, who had once lived on the Caribbean island of the same name. The land passed to and from the Corcoran family who used it as a country estate, to Columbian College, which later became George Washington University, and then to the Washington Brick Machine Company. The brickworks intended to excavate clay from the land, but not needing all of the land, began selling off parcels, and, in the late 19th century, the first houses in southern Trinidad were built.

Trinidad’s homes include classic Victorian rowhouses, similar to those in nearby Capitol Hill, Further north, and row homes designed in a flat porch-fronted style that is similar to Craftsman styling. Northern portions of Trinidad were developed later with more architectural variety in the 1940’s.

Our Trinidad 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 Deanwood 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 or new real estate investor, we also can help you select Trinidad 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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