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Washington, DC New Homes Under $250K

$239,990 - $273,938

1,340 - 1,453 sq ft

Overlook at Riverside – Townhomes

DRB Homes


$229,476 - $272,104

1,253 - 1,550 sq ft

Whispering Pines Townhomes

DRB Homes



1,650 sq ft

Aspire at Dillon Farm Townhomes

K. Hovnanian® Homes


$245,536 - $288,400

1,340 - 1,654 sq ft

Archer's Rock Townhomes

DRB Homes


$237,990 - $312,990

1,394 - 1,911 sq ft

Martinsburg Station Townhomes

DRB Homes


$235,990 - $237,990

1,307 - 1,576 sq ft

South Brook Townhomes

Ryan Homes

$199,900 - $397,400

354 - 639 sq ft


Kadida Development Group

$247,990 - $255,990

1,482 - 1,634 sq ft

Arcadia North Villas

Ryan Homes


1,442 sq ft

Cardinal Pointe Townhomes

Ryan Homes

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New Homes in Washington by Region

RegionCommunitiesAverage New Home Price
East Washington 15$665,000
North Washington 25$1,120,000
South Washington 1$783,000
Southeast Washington 1$783,000
West Washington 1$2,675,000

Washington features many of the best home builder communities in District Of Columbia, but finding lower priced homes has become increasingly difficult. In the last few years, the cost of building a new home in Washington has increased substantially. Despite the rising trend of housing prices, it’s still possible to design and build an affordable home in the Washington area. In fact, there are 9 communities and 4 builders in Washington with homes starting at under $250K.

How to Find Homes in Washington for Less than $250K?

Many builders recognize there is growing demand in the Washington area for homes under the $250k price point and often have a few floor plans available, but these may be in limited supply. To ensure affordability without compromising on the quality of the home, builders may utilize value engineering techniques to reduce the cost of construction and keep the price of the home as low as possible. This may include building on a smaller lot or utilizing standard-sized materials, such as windows and doors, that provide high-value for the cost. The results are delivering similar quality at lower prices.