Situated between Virginia and Maryland on the Potomac River sits the capital of the United States, Washington D.C., which is not a part of any of the fifty states. The bustling city of over 632,000 residents is full of politicians and government workers and is the twenty-fourth most populated city in the United States, while the metropolitan area all together holds over 5.7 million people. The housing in the city is mostly Victorian, but in the early 1900’s, there began a push to see a Tudor revival. In the outskirts of the city in the suburbs the houses are Colonial in style, symbolic of the beginnings of the country.
Residents here enjoy the monuments and historical sights situated throughout the city, such as the Washington Monument or the Jefferson Memorial. Along with these monuments, the city has quite a few museums that are world renowned, such as the Museum of Natural History and the Holocaust Museum. Museums in Washington D.C. also act as functioning government establishments, such as the White House and the Capitol building that are available to tour. Along with the sights of the city, there are many places to eat or have a drink among the government workers such as ChurchKey, one of the premier beer bars in the city. The night life is also a high point of the city with many clubs and dance clubs in the downtown area.
Currently, there are 766 Residential, 38 Commercial, 24 Lots and Land, and 423 Rental listings in Washington, DC.