Mount Pleasant-DC

Mount Pleasant was one of the city’s early streetcar suburbs in the late 19th century and is one of the city’s more diverse neighborhoods. Home to hippyish group houses, a melting pot of artists, students, and professionals.
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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $732K
Lowest Price $2K
Highest Price $1.7M
Total Listings 34
Avg. Days On Market 31
Avg. Price/SQFT $466

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Mount Pleasant borders Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights, and is bounded by Piney Branch Parkway and Rock Creek Park to the west and north, Harvard Street to the south, and 16th Street to the east. The demographic shifts in the neighborhood over the years have been noteworthy. Mount Pleasant was one of the city’s early streetcar suburbs in the late 19th century with a population made up largely of middle to upper class government employees. White flight from the area began in the 1950s, and as the Washington City Paper notes, the 1968 riots following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. “solidified the neighborhood’s African-American/Salvadoran identity.” Latin American immigrants new to DC continued to make the area home in the 1970s, and eventually, as white residents moved back in, Mount Pleasant became one of the city’s more diverse neighborhoods, home to hippyish group houses, and a melting pot of artists, students, and professionals. The area’s funky reputation persists; however, the group houses that used to be the norm are starting to disappear as rents and home prices increase.

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