Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and Good Hope Road make up the north and east boundaries of Anacostia, and serve as the neighborhood's commercial arteries. On almost every block in Anacostia there are both beautiful homes and vacant houses. The neighborhood's main streets are a similar mix: fresh new businesses next to forlorn facades.

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Average Price $267K
Lowest Price $1.4K
Highest Price $850K
Total Listings 23
Avg. Days On Market 92
Avg. Price/SQFT $218

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Something of an identity crisis is also to blame for the neighborhood’s bad rap. “Anacostia” is often a misnomer used to refer to the entire area of Washington east of the Anacostia River, which is correctly called East of the River or River East. In fact, Anacostia applies only to Historic Anacostia, a relatively small section with its own distinct identity. Because of this confusion, many people associate Anacostia with all poverty and crime that occurs East of the River. The neighborhood's reputation has suffered unduly as a result.The residential Howard Road is the boundary to the west and Fort Stanton Park the boundary to the south. To many, this contrast signals something much more hopeful: opportunity.

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