Bounded by 16th Street to the east and Rock Creek Park to the west, Crestwood is a wonderful enclave of homes boasting beautiful architecture in a parklike setting with towering trees and an abundance of wildlife in the middle of D.C. Comprised of approximately 800 homes, the neighborhood features a unique blend of attached, semi-detached, and detached homes ranging from stately Tudors and Colonials, to Contemporaries, Ranch/Ramblers, Split Levels and Arts & Crafts Bungalows. Ranging in size from 1,000 to 5,000+ square feet, the average sold price over the last year was $1,146,533 with the lowest sale at $750,000 and highest at $1,599,000. Here is a listing of available homes by Crestwood Resident Realtor, Mark Meyerdirk.
Mark Meyerdirk knows that a good product sells itself, so when he talks highly of Crestwood, it’s because he truly believes in the community. In fact, the Realtor who conducts real estate transactions in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia was so enamored with Crestwood when he visited his for a listing appointment back in 2009, he quickly decided to move to the community. It’s parklike setting reminded him of hist first home located just blocks from Rock Creek Park just over the Maryland line. The towering trees, eclectic mix of architecture, and easy access to neighborhoods all across the city made moving to Crestwood an easy-decision.