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Eclectic neighborhoods, memorials and monuments and fascinating malls are only a few aspects of the exciting lifestyle you can have in Washington. In addition to being the capital of the United States, the city of Washington borders the states of Maryland and Virginia. The region is not just the showcase of local arts, but is also home to numerous international organizations, professional associations and trade unions. In all, life in this area is just perfect for people looking for excitement.

In this region, you can find awesome events, ranging from annual festivals to holiday celebrations and from concerts to museum exhibits, happening all year long. While DC Blues Festival features vocal and instrument workshops and local artists, Adams Morgan Day offers food vendors, live music and breathtaking artwork. Attend the National Cherry Blossom Festival to experience great performances from Japanese and American artists, tempting cocktails, rocking music and thrilling dance moves. Also, the city has special celebrations for Labor Day, Memorial Day and of course Fourth of July.

The city of Washington has a diversified, progressing economy with a significant percentage of business service and professional jobs. Industrial sectors that support the local economy include science and technology, tourism, education, public policy and finance. A few major employers that can offer you amazing work opportunities are Washington Hospital Center, Howard University, Georgetown University, Children’s National Medical Center and George Washington University.

Just hop on your bike, get in your car or ride the Metro and get ready to explore everything that Washington has to offer. Paddle on the glistening Potomac River. Walk the fascinating halls of Smithsonian Museum. Interactive learning and science experiments await you at National Museum of Natural History. Hands-on art activities and workshops let you learn and experiment at National Gallery of Art. Take a peek at extraordinary animals in their natural habitat at National Zoo. Play a game of miniature golf at East Potomac Park. Fashionistas can head straight to CityCenter DC, Chevy Chase Pavilion or Mazza GAllerie to find the purchases just perfect to make a statement.

Don’t let the magnificence of the Washington city make you think you can’t afford a house here. The region has some wonderful living options for home seekers. A beautifully built residential property with the living area of 1,600 sq. ft. is usually available for mid 200s, while a house with more bedrooms and the overall space of 5,400 sq. ft. can cost you somewhere between mid 500s and low 600s. There are various renowned builders operating in the area. Check out the revolutionary development projects by Brookfield Residential, Classic Homes of Maryland, Evergreene Homes and others.

The Washington region is probably a place like no other. This is where you can work with the best employers, study in the top-rated institutes, shop from grand malls and explore the exclusive sites. So seek help from New Home Source today to get your own home here.

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    Hepburn (1211 Trenton Place SE)

    Hepburn - Archer Park: Washington, District of Columbia - Ryan Homes

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    from $429,990

    Archer Park

    • 2 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 1,520 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20032

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    Hepburn with Garage (3437 10Th Place, Se)

    Hepburn with Garage - Archer Park: Washington, District of Columbia - Ryan Homes

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    from $430,000

    Archer Park

    • 2 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 1 Gr
    • 1,520 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20032

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    Hepburn (3437 10Th Place, Se)

    Hepburn - Archer Park: Washington, District of Columbia - Ryan Homes

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    Archer Park

    • 2 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 1,855 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20032

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    The Carter (7227-C Georgia Avenue)

    The Carter - Georgia Row at Walter Reed: Washington, District of Columbia - Craftmark Homes

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    from $704,900

    Georgia Row at Walter Reed

    • 2 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 1,825 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20001

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    The Blair (7227-B Georgia Avenue)

    The Blair - Georgia Row at Walter Reed: Washington, District of Columbia - Craftmark Homes

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    from $595,230

    Georgia Row at Walter Reed

    • 2 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 1,372 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20001

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    The Blair (1416 P Street, NW, Washington)

    The Blair - Georgia Row at Walter Reed: Washington, District of Columbia - Craftmark Homes

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    from $566,900

    Georgia Row at Walter Reed

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 1,372 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20001

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    The Adams (1416 P Street, NW, Washington)

    The Adams - Georgia Row at Walter Reed: Washington, District of Columbia - Craftmark Homes

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    from $361,900

    Georgia Row at Walter Reed

    • 1 Br
    • 1 Ba
    • 669 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20001

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    The Carter (1416 P Street, NW, Washington)

    The Carter - Georgia Row at Walter Reed: Washington, District of Columbia - Craftmark Homes

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    from $676,900

    Georgia Row at Walter Reed

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 1,825 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20001

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    Willard (3600 Commodore Joshua Barney Drive Ne)

    Willard - The Reserves at Dakota Crossing: Washington, District of Columbia - Ryan Homes

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    from $790,000

    The Reserves at Dakota Crossing

    • 3 Br
    • 3.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 3,100 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20018

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    Monroe Place (3600 Commodore Joshua Barney Drive Ne)

    Monroe Place - The Reserves at Dakota Crossing: Washington, District of Columbia - Ryan Homes

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    from $670,000

    The Reserves at Dakota Crossing

    • 4 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,600 sq. ft.

    Washington, DC 20018

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