Welcome to Crestwood DC
The beautiful tree-lined community nestled between DC’s Gold Coast (16th Street) and Rock Creek Park offers a wonderful variety of housing styles from spacious Colonials and Tudor Revivals to Cottages, Mid-Century Moderns, and Contemporaries. Composed of nearly 1,000 homes, Crestwood boasts a park-like setting with towering trees and an abundance of wildlife. The sought-after community’s central location offers a quick commute downtown (just 3 miles) and to other nearby communities including Bethesda, Chevy Chase, and Silver Spring not to mention Arlington and Alexandria via Beach Drive and the Rock Creek-Potomac Parkway.
Crestwood Real Estate
While Crestwood is gaining notoriety quickly, it still remains one of DC’s best-kept secrets. A decade ago if you told someone you lived in Crestwood, they might have thought you lived in a Virginia or Maryland suburb however today, more and more people know of Crestwood neighborhood and its wonderful appeal. Curious about Crestwood’s real estate? View the latest available Crestwood listings, upcoming open houses, sold properties, and a market report.
Crestwood Citizens Association
Crestwood features an active citizens association that organizes everything from block and holiday parties to other social events including an annual house tour that benefits local nonprofits.
In addition, the Crestwood Citizens Association’s mission is to promote the health of the neighborhood, build community, and to improve public safety. There is a modest annual fee to be part of the Association which is $25 for families and $20 for single-member households. To learn more about the association and all that it does for Crestwood, visit their website.
A wonderful book by David Swerdloff detailing Crestwood’s history can be purchased through the Civic Association for just $20. The book includes hundreds of vintage photographs, maps, documents, and news articles.
Mark Meyerdirk, Broker/Owner
Crestwood Resident Realtor
Mark has been a licensed Realtor for nearly two decades and has been a resident of Crestwood for nearly half that time. If you’re looking make a move to or from the neighborhood, contact Mark for a confidential consultation.