Hyattsville Real Estate

Hyattsville is a city in southwestern Maryland, just 6.5 miles northeast of downtown Washington, D.C. Hyattsville’s southern boundary is marked by the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River; the eastern boundary follows the Northeast Branch of the Anacostia River, then up a rail line to Madison Street, then Highway 1, then 43rd Street, then Adelphi Road up to University Boulevard; and then the western boundary runs down the dwindling Anacostia River again. Read more about Hyattsville, Maryland

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Hyattsville Real Estate Stats

Average Price $394K
Lowest Price $1.7K
Highest Price $750K
Total Listings 15
Avg. Days On Market 47
Avg. Price/SQFT $282

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Hyattsville Real Estate Information

Real estate in Hyattsville consists of many charming and characterful early-to-mid century homes. These reflect a range of 20th century styles including Craftsman, Victorian, Cape Cod, and American Farmhouse. Other styles include typical mid-century suburban homes featuring white vinyl siding over red brick with various Colonial details (like sash windows and shutters).


There are also a few historic homes from the late 19th century in Victorian styles. These homes reflect all of the traditional details that homeowners love, from large front porches and dormer windows, to cozy fireplaces and luxurious woodwork details inside. 


There are also a number of apartment buildings like Kirkwood Apartments - a large complex of red brick lowrise apartment buildings. There are also single buildings scattered around Hyattsville.


Most of the homes in Hyattsville range from just under 1,000 square feet in size to just over 2,000 square feet. Many of these homes have been beautifully kept, restored, and renovated, now complete with modern and efficient utilities and appliances. You can expect to find modern kitchens and luxurious bathrooms. 

Hyattsville Community Info

Hyattsville’s neighbors include University Park, Riverdale Park, and Edmonston to the east; Bladensburg, Brentwood, and Mount Rainier to the south, Chillum and Lewisdale to the west, and Adelphi to the north. 


Within Hyattsville there a number of subdivisions, including:

  • Hyattsville Hills

  • Downtown Hyattsville

  • Kirkwood

  • Queens Chapel Manor

  • Castle Manor

  • University Hills

Hyattsville is mostly a residential community serving as a suburb of the Washington D.C. metro area. It has two commercial areas, one along East-West Highway 410 and the other along the historic U.S. Highway 1, Rhode Island Avenue. Other major routes through Hyattsville include Queens Chapel Road (Route 500), Adelphi Road, and University Boulevard. 

Hyattsville: Highlights & Amenities

Hyattsville has a number of large parks with excellent facilities. These include:

  • David C. Driskell Community Park - This large park situated on the banks of the Anacostia River includes ball fields, forests, and trails, as well as a recreation center and splash park with swimming pool.

  • 38th Avenue Neighborhood Park - Also along the Anacostia River, this park includes its own ball field, basketball court, tennis courts, and playground.

  • Heurich Park - Near the intersection of Ager Road and Nicholson Street, this facility includes a fenced dog park, playground, and turf field.

  • University Hills Duck Pond Park - A natural park with a large pond at the northern end of Hyattsville. Connects with Lake Manor Community Park and the Adelphi Manor Recreation Center. 

Shopping in Hyattsville

Along the East-West Highway 410 in central Hyattsville, there is a large commercial area with locations for shopping, entertainment, and various services. Principal among these is the Mall at Prince George’s. This area includes many restaurants, and stores like Home Depot, Target, and an H&M. Included in the services for this area are a transit hub, medical facilities, theaters, and a school. 


Hyattsville has undergone major revitalization projects over the past two decades with a new arts district just north of the intersection between Highway 1 and Baltimore Avenue. The area now includes a number of unique cafes and restaurants.

Hyattsville History

In 1982, part of Hyattsville was designated as the Hyattsville Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places. The bulk of this district is made up by the areas Hyattsville Hills, Downtown Hyattsville, and Castle Manor. Specific historic sites include the Hyattsville Post Office and Hyattsville Armory.

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