Brookland is a tree-lined neighborhood located in northeastern D.C. The area is filled with parks, restaurants, and plenty of things to do for art lovers.
There’s also a large religious presence here. You can visit “Little Rome,” the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land of America, the Saint John Paull II National Shrine, and the largest Catholic Church in North America, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Just a few blocks from the Brookland Metro, you can find the Arts Walk at the Monroe Street Market. You won’t be bored in this area, with galleries, farmer’s markets, restaurants, and dance and music performances happening every single day. The long-running Dance Place has resided in Brookland for over three decades, with more than 100 performances a year.
The real estate in Brookland features many Victorian, Tudor, and Colonial single-family homes as well as condos and apartment living with close access to the Brookland Red Line Metro Station.View Listings
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