Mount Pleasant

Sitting pretty above Adams Morgan in Washington, D.C.’s northwest quadrant, Mount Pleasant is full of independent charm that attracts home buyers looking for a low-key, unpretentious neighborhood. It’s a melting pot of cultures, real estate, and history.

Included in the city’s roster of up-and-coming neighborhoods, Mount Pleasant used to be a streetcar suburb and is now home to a diverse local and real estate options. Combine small, independent businesses all within a short distance of each other with the tight-knit community and you’ve got a neighborhood that feels like a small town on its own.

Homes for Sale in Mount Pleasant, D.C. – Mount Pleasant, D.C. Real Estate

Mount Pleasant is primarily a residential neighborhood where you can find the quintessential D.C. home, the row house. Coming in different colors and sizes, row houses definitely contribute to the charm of the neighborhood.

Aside from these mainstays, Mount Pleasant real estate also features smaller apartment buildings as well as condos. Adding to the mix of real estate in the area are mansions done in the Victorian and Colonial Revival styles. Some of these larger homes have been converted into condos. Aesthetically, homes in Mount Pleasant are pleasing to the eyes and sought-after by home buyers. The location itself is very ideal, as the community has easy access to many amenities.

What it’s like to live in Mount Pleasant


Mount Pleasant is just a few blocks away from the Columbia Heights Metro Station. Bus lines S, H, and 42 also serve the neighborhood. One of Mount Pleasant’s biggest charms however, is that it’s a highly walkable area. After all, it’s easier to discover neighborhood spots and meet locals by taking a stroll throughout the community.

Local businesses

Majority of the independent establishments in Mount Pleasant are found in a single street – Mount Pleasant Street. Here, you’ll find different retail boutiques, selling everything from clothes, food, and antiques. Don’t expect to find any national chain here – locals like to keep in homegrown.

Drinking and dining

Nightlife is rather nonexistent in Mount Pleasant, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find good eats and drinks in the neighborhood. Dos Gringos is a favorite among vegetarians and healthy eaters. The cultural diversity is Mount Pleasant is well-reflected in the eateries in the area: check out Haydee’s for Latin American flavors. The Raven Grill is another neighborhood hotspot.

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Mount Pleasant, Washington D.C. Real Estate

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