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Pet-Friendly Condos

Discover pet-friendly condos in Washington, DC, where comfort meets convenience for you and your furry friends. Our selection features residences that welcome pets, offering amenities like dog-designated areas, grooming stations, and proximity to walking trails. Nestled in vibrant neighborhoods, these condos provide a perfect balance of urban living and pet-friendly environments. Enjoy stylish living spaces, modern amenities, and a community that values your four-legged companions. Find your ideal home in Washington, DC, where pets are more than welcome—they're family

Pet-Friendly Condos Stats

Average Price $965K
Lowest Price $100K
Highest Price $60M
Total Listings 16,265
Avg. Price/SQFT $820

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One of the first questions that many potential condo buyers will ask, is whether pets are allowed. Many of us are understandably attached to our non-human companions. In fact, a recent survey showed that an overwhelming majority of pet owners actually treat their animals like people. There’s even a word for it, anthropomorphism. But when it comes down to it, most pet owners simply like having a critter around to love, to pet, and to play with. That creature comfort gets a bit more complicated when it comes time to move, especially if there are rules getting in the way of our attachment to animals.

You’ll find that there are considerably more condominiums in the Washington Metro area that allow pets, rather than forbidding them. That said, it’s always a good idea to contact the management of any prospective condominium or co-op prior to making an offer. A very small example of popular pet-friendly buildings include the modern and stylish Oronoco in Old Town Alexandria with its own pet spa, Wooster and Mercer Lofts in Arlington with a private dog park, the waterfront VIO at the Wharf with tons of amenities including a dog washing station, 2501 M right across from the Francis Dog Park in the West End neighborhood, Yale Steam Laundry in Mount Vernon Triangle near the Bundy Dog Park, City Center in Downtown DC with its own 1.5-acre park, the iconic Wardman Tower near the Rock Creek Trail, and so many more.

Cooperative buildings can be less accommodating than condominiums when it comes to allowing pets, but there are still a number of these properties that do welcome them. There’s also the issue of size and breed restrictions, and these rules are not at all uncommon. The Clydesdale in Adams Morgan near the Walter C. Pierce Dog Park, Watson Place in Cathedral Heights, and the Westmoreland in Kalorama are a few examples of cooperative communities that will welcome your furry companion. 

Here at District Partners at Compass, we understand that combing through all the listings or placing calls to the various building offices in order to ascertain pet rules can be a time consuming task. We’re here to help, at 202-400-3040.

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