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Luxury New Constructions

In a Washington Metropolitan region so known for its history and tradition, real estate shoppers still have the option to own luxury new construction and recently built homes. This includes upscale custom homes that continue to emerge through the development of new residential subdivisions, especially in suburban areas. But it also pertains to long established neighborhoods where relatively modest or outdated houses are replaced with larger and more impressive new structures.

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Luxury New Constructions Stats

Average Price $3.3M
Lowest Price $1.5M
Highest Price $33.9M
Total Listings 493
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.5K

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Luxury New Constructions in Washington Metro

Sometimes referred to as DMV for the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, the DC Metro area is comprised of countless neighborhoods, villages, towns, cities, and counties. This is one of the oldest parts of the nation with colonial era roots and the establishment of the federal seat of government. You’ll find many historic districts throughout Washington, DC and surrounding areas.

As a result, much of the new construction in DC itself is found in residential communities outside of the densely populated urban areas. Highly desirable Northwest neighborhoods such as the Palisades, Spring Valley, Tenleytown, and Chevy Chase, for example, have been known as ripe spots for very high end new home construction. As you head further away from Washington’s epicenter, the volume of recently built residences continues to grow

Sprawling Prince George’s County in Maryland covers nearly 500 square miles of land and has been known as a hotbed of new residential development in the modern era. This is one of the most fertile areas for new luxury construction, and for competitive prices. The national housing slump of the early 2000’s led to a surplus of available new upscale properties for years afterward. And while those relative bargains are no longer as prevalent, it is still a county with a lot of bang for the real estate buck.

Loudoun County with its gently rolling hills and wide open spaces is another part of Washington Metro where lavish estates reign supreme. A rapid population growth driven by the county’s tech corridor, has matched perfectly with massive expanses of undeveloped land. Here you’ll find some of the biggest mansions in the entire Washington Metro area, often on multi-acre parcels of land, and with all the extra bells and whistles from swimming pools to horse stables.

You’ll also find recently or newly built homes throughout areas closer to DC, such as Arlington, Alexandria, and Fairfax. One of the poshest communities in the entire region, McLean in Fairfax County is very well known for record breaking real estate prices and eye-popping designs, from new Mediterranean-style manors to stunning modernist designs from some of the top architects in the nation.

Similarly, sought-after communities such as Bethesda and Potomac in Maryland’s affluent Montgomery County are prime spots for newer luxury homes on meticulously landscaped grounds. Whether you want something that’s custom built to order, or an existing property that was completed during a recent period of time, newer homes can be a welcome and refreshing change in a historic part of the country.

To learn more about luxury new construction and recently built homes, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

Luxury New Construction and Recently Built Homes, DC Metro FAQs

Q: Can new homes be built in a historic district?

A: The rules and regulations for each historic district can be different. In some Washington Metro historic districts, new construction must follow certain traditional designs common to the area and a particular time span. You should always check with the appropriate planning offices for each neighborhood.

Q: Is new luxury home construction available throughout the Washington Metro region?

A: While you won’t find new homes on every street in every neighborhood, there is a substantial amount of new or recent residential construction in many parts of DC Metro, including the District of Columbia, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, Montgomery County, Loudoun County, Prince George’s, and Prince William.

Q: How do I find newer luxury homes for sale in the Washington Metro area?

A: At DC Luxury Collection, we have curated new and recent construction that is currently available, with easy to use filters that allow you to search and prioritize effectively.

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