Amazing Waterfront Homes in DC

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When you think about waterfront homes in Washington, DC, what comes to mind are the alluring and relaxing water views. Waterfront homes are generally considered a rewarding investment. Due to how scarce and in demand these properties are, they often retain high resale value.

Why Waterfront Homes in DC?

Most homeowners are drawn to waterfront property for the views and the recreational attractions. Activities like swimming, boating, and even fishing are some of the potential past times you can pick up when you live on waterfront properties. For most people, having direct access to water can boost their mental health, bringing an exponential increase in their quality of life.

One of the most significant benefits of buying a waterfront home is the permanence of the view. With landlocked property, there is no guarantee that the nature views included as selling points will remain.

With land development and urbanization, you can wake up and realize your favorite birdwatching tree has been cut down. However, with waterfront properties, you don’t have to worry about that. Some people buy waterfront homes with the sole intent of keeping them in the family for several years. So, the permanence of the property’s features is an irreplaceable quality sought after by such homebuyers. 

If you are in DC and have been contemplating whether or not to buy a waterfront home, here are some unique waterfront homes in Washington, DC that will wow you.

Top 3 Amazing Waterfront Homes in DC

1. River Park, Washington Navy Yard

First, we have this fantastic $529,900 waterfront home. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this gorgeous home boasts floor-to-ceiling patio doors that open to an intimate backyard. This home is prime, offering easy access to attractions like Audi Field, the Waterfront Metro Stations, and several cozy restaurants nearby. Enjoy the mid-century modern architecture with a newly remodeled eat-in kitchen, a full bathroom sporting a ceramic tiled shower, and the exquisitely designed floating staircase.

2. 7024 Green Oak Dr. McLean  

Here you will find a scarce Potomac Riverfront property located on the gold coast of McLean. Built with stone and stucco, this mansion grandly overlooks the Potomac River. Homes like this $6,999,000 mansion are hardly ever put up for sale. A grand staircase greets you the moment you step into the foyer along with the glass-walled living room, offering you a breathtaking view of the river. One wing caters to the family with the informal dining room, kitchen, and family room. Another wing contains part of the two-story library and two main-level bedrooms. You will also find a bar, recreation room, a lower-level kitchen, and a custom wine cellar.

3. Foggy Bottom, DC

Step into this beautifully lit $595,000 two-level penthouse residence. This gorgeous property features a large one bedroom/bathroom with a loft-style den. Gaze across the Potomac River and wonderful landscapes of the Watergate gardens and fountains from the expansive private roof terrace fitted with a state-of-the-art gas grill. Be thrilled by the spiral staircase that leads to the private terrace. This home boasts a very functional loft with built-in cabinetry and a convenient beverage refrigerator.

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