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Joyce Rausnitz, Long & Foster Licensed in MD | DC | VA
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Nearest Airport: WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL
Community Characteristics: Close to Military Facility(ies), Influenced by Local Colleges, Stable Population / Low Residential Turnover
Income Per Capita: $40,559
Average Household Expenditure: $79,606
Woodley Park real estate offers an excellent combination of a prime central location and quiet, family friendly neighborhood. Bordered by Cleveland Park, Mount Pleasant, Adams Morgan, and Kalorama, Woodley Park real estate's leafy green streets provide a sudden change of pace from the bustle of Connecticut Avenue. In the 1800s Woodley Park real estate was a favorite summer location for the well to do, including Presidents Martin Van Buren and Grover Cleveland.
Like many neighborhoods throughout Washington, D.C., most Woodley Park real estate owners work within the city. The quality of life benefits of having such a short commute to work are particularly felt by Woodley Park residents. The majority of Woodley Park real estate owners walk less than 10 minutes to get to the metro or one of the 8 bus lines that stop in the neighborhood. Those who work in the area of Dupont Circle will often opt out of public transit, getting some extra exercise from the 20 minute walk.
The large lawns and quiet streets make Woodley Park real estate ideal for raising a family and the central location allows breadwinners to actually see their families instead of spending hours commuting each day. With quality public and private schools nearby, parents have no need to worry about their children getting a proper education. The neighborhood streets leave children plenty of room to play and there are many opportunities for outdoor recreation at the nearby Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo.
While Woodley Park real estate's public transport gives quick access to the numerous shopping and entertainment opportunities of the District, most errands can be done within walking distance of home according to Walkscore.com.
So far as restaurants are concerned, a variety of international cuisines are provided within a few minutes' walk from home over on Connecticut Avenue. As for nightlife, thanks to the D.C. Circulator Bus residents of Woodley Park can go from the doorstep of their beautiful row house or brick home to Adams Morgan or the U Street Corridor in a matter of minutes.
Resource: Long & Foster