Hill East

Bounded by Constitution Avenue to the north, by the Anacostia River to the east, by Pennsylvania Avenue to the south, and by 13th Street to the west

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Most houses in Hill East were built during Washington’s building booms, and a collection of various styles of row houses like the Victorian and “Daylighter” offers a unique insight into the city’s development outside the federal core. Hill East is outside the current boundaries of the Capitol Hill Historic District, however, and the neighborhood is at risk for tear downs and ill-advised alteration to the potentially contributing properties.