"Bounded by the Anacostia Freeway, Eastern Avenue, Division Avenue, and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue, Deanwood was one of the region’s earliest all-African American enclaves. Because of its distance from downtown and the more populated Northwest, the area was viewed as “the country” until after World War II, and still had unpaved roads into the 1960s.

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Average Price $379K
Lowest Price $3.3K
Highest Price $825K
Total Listings 37
Avg. Days On Market 77
Avg. Price/SQFT $281

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It still has a little bit of a rural feel. Vacant lots abound, giving the area a spacious, wild feeling, and residents are tight-lipped and not particularly eager to talk to inquiring journalists about their neighborhood. A few ""new"" residents moved into the neighborhood in the late 1990s and early 2000s, but the area has quieted down in the past few years and hasn’t seen many newcomers or much new construction since then."

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