Palisades is a community that is slightly older than others nearby. Most of the homes were built in the early 20th century and represent a wide range of styles. In addition to a number of charming bungalows, the area is filled with cape cods, colonials and even a few surprisingly modern creations.
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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $2.8M
Lowest Price $15.5K
Highest Price $10M
Total Listings 11
Avg. Days On Market 33
Avg. Price/SQFT $504

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More About Palisades

Palisades is not the easiest DC neighborhood to define on a map. While the Palisades Citizens Association includes neighborhoods to the northeast like Kent and Berkley in its definition of Palisades, we believe those borders are a little too broad. Palisades’ southeast border really runs from the intersection of Foxhall Road and MacArthur Boulevard to the Potomac River and the neighborhood then moves north and west in a skinny line bordered by MacArthur and the Potomac River all the way to the District line near Sibley Hospital. Initially connected to Georgetown by the Great Falls Electric Railway that ran from 36th and Prospect Streets out to Glen Echo, Palisades is a community that is slightly older than others nearby. 

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