Woodley Park Real Estate, Washington DC
Woodley Park is a small residential enclave in northwestern Washington, DC with a surprisingly wide variety of homes for sale. You’ve got new houses and old houses and all kinds of condos for sale as well, from massive old brick buildings to new construction projects. There’s also some boundary confusion as the neighborhood is often associated with both Massachusetts Avenue Heights as well as Cathedral Heights.
But it’s neither of those places! Those are separate neighborhoods to the south and southwest of our Woodley Park community! Once a summer place for the District’s elite, including Presidents Van Buren and Cleveland, Woodley Park was also home to one of Washington’s most prolific real estate developers and architects—Henry Wardman, sometimes known as the “King of the Row Houses.” Wardman also designed single-family homes, apartment buildings, commercial structures and embassies. And, he had a hand in building a number of homes for sale in his own neighborhood. Check out more about the Woodley Park real estate market, of give us a call for more information about other Washington DC real estate.
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Woodley Park Neighborhood Information
Woodley Park real estate for sale largely consists of condos for sale, which includes townhouses. One of the more interesting new construction projects comes from architect Christian Zapatka who has repurposed four Wardman historic row houses into upscale condos for sale, adding a seven-floor tower for additional units. But you’ll also find some wonderful detached single-family homes for sale as well, featuring Federal, Colonial, Neoclassical, Tudor, Victorian and Craftsman styles.
Woodley Park Real Estate at a Glance - Washington DC
Woodley Park real estate prices generally start at around $235,000 for small condo units and climb all the way to $10 million for brand-new modern architecture from Travis Knight, featuring slabs of living space stacked on top of each other and jutting out at improbably angles.
The Woodley Park neighborhood is bordered by Connecticut Avenue to the west, with Rock Creek Park to the north, east and south. The National Zoo is right in the middle of all that greenery. There’s great restaurants nearby, including Afghan Grill, Mama Ayesha’s, Open City and Umi. There’s also quality local schools and commuters can board at the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro station.