Walk to Metro Real Estate & Information

Walk to Metro Real Estate & Information

One of the greatest appeals of any Washington area property is its proximity to the Metro. Walkability is the hottest trend in picking the right location for real estate. In the DC area, nothing helps make an area hotter than proximity to the Metro.  And it's not just for commuters. 

It goes without saying that hopping on the Metro is the easiest way to get to and from work if you live in DC or any of the area’s burgeoning suburbs. But it’s also a preferred method of travel for getting to a Nationals or Caps game, catching a concert at the Verizon Center, going to the National Mall or Zoo, heading into the city for a great dining experience, or just getting around without having to worry about traffic or parking.

Let's look at the Red Line, as an example.  The Red Line provides a long list of virtues.  It's a trail of vibrant, fun and appealing neighborhoods. On the northern ends, you’ll find modern town centers in Rockville, Twinbrook, Pike and Rose (at White Flint), Bethesda and Silver Spring. Closer in, Metro’s doors open into the hip, funky scene in Cleveland Park, and then into Woodley Park, Dupont Circle and all the other stops in the heart of DC, including Union Station which is a gateway to all that Capitol Hill has to offer.

The homes you’ll find along the Red line are diverse and interesting, too. Buyers can find everything from modern high-rises with amenities galore to stately, classic homes that harken back to DC’s early history.

Even if you never board a train, owning a home near the Red Line means that you can always leave the car at home.  That's if you even have or need a car at all! You can walk to restaurants, coffee shops, specialty stores, theatres and all the other desirable amenities that tend to cluster near Metro stops.

Find your home in the sweet spot near Metro. Just click on one of the links at right and start exploring the variety of homes and condos on the market right now.