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Live In The Oldest Residential Neighborhoods At Capitol Hill

There is more to Capitol Hill than the politicians in Congress. The neighborhood of Capitol Hill is one of the oldest historic communities in Washington D.C. The neighborhood stretches from the northeast to the southeast of the United States Capitol as it is deeply-rooted in the nation’s history. The neighborhood has become extremely popular due to its location, as it has become densely populated with 37,000 people in a 2 square-mile radius. With the government job opportunities and the great tourist attractions, families and individuals can find their place in such a well-known area.

As would be expected, the neighbor has a very affluent community with people working in or around the U.S. Capitol. Most people bring home a household median income of around $106,000 as many are government employees and military personnel. Yet individuals and families may also work in the surrounding area providing services to tourists and residents in the region.

Attractions

If you plan to purchase a home in Capitol Hill, then you will be at the center of the most historical attractions found in the United States. Besides seeing the basic attractions of the Library of Congress, The Supreme Court and The U.S. Capitol Building, you can also visit the Navy Museum that was the former naval yard of the U.S. Navy. Visitors can enjoy interactive displays and see fine art dating back to the Revolutionary War. People also visit the Folger Shakespeare Library to see Renaissance books and the world’s largest collection of Shakespeare materials.

Activities

Although it is a small neighborhood, there are tons of activities for people to engage in for an active lifestyle. There are 59 inner-city parks that have plenty of greenspaces to enjoy the outdoors. Sports, walking, hiking, picnics and other activities can be found for people of all ages at Stanton Park, Marion Park and Lincoln Park — among others.

Shopping and Dining

One of the best things about the Capitol Hill neighborhood is that you can go sightseeing, shopping and dining all in one location. Union Station is the go-to place and the most visited attraction in Capitol Hill. People can ride the train, shop at the many stores, see world class exhibits, watch international cultural events and dine at a number of restaurants. For people looking to create their own delicious meals, many shop at the Eastern Market where they can obtain fresh produce and visit the flea markets.
The neighborhood of Capitol Hill holds great opportunities for people to be at the center of history for our country. Find out how you can become a part of this history by finding a home here.

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