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Real Estate Near Woodley Park Zoo Red Line
The Woodley Park Zoo Red Line, also known by the longer Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro Station moniker, is located at 2500 Woodley Road, NW in Washington, DC. The location is near the corner of Connecticut Avenue and 24th Street.
This is one of Washington’s most affluent and prestigious real estate marketplaces with some truly spectacular homes for sale. The Metro station serves residents of Woodley Park, Lanier Heights and Adams Morgan. It is also used by visitors to the well-known National Zoo.
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Residential real estate listings in the Woodley Park neighborhood come in a wide variety of sizes and types. There’s large mansions in Colonial Revival, Victorian, Mediterranean, Tudor and Modern styles. There are also grand old buildings along Connecticut Avenue with condos and cooperatives.
Adams Morgan, meanwhile, is home to an amazing array of classic row houses, as well as other historic properties. But not all residences in the area are old and traditional—there are also new contemporary condominiums including a number of trendy loft designs such as the aptly named Lofts at Adams Morgan.
Prices start in the low six figures for smaller condo units, and climb past $5 million for luxury properties.
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The Woodley Park neighborhood is the one closest to the Metro station. Once a summer retreat for presidents and other Washington elites of the day, Woodley Park was more widely developed during the late 1800s and early 1900s. In addition to the Zoo, as well as Rock Creek Park, there are also a number of nearby restaurants.
Meanwhile, Adams Morgan has long been one of DC’s trendiest neighborhoods, known for its bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment. To learn more about homes, townhouses and condos for sale near the Woodley Park Zoo Red Line, call District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.