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Woodley Park is a residential area close to nightlife with easy access to nature. The National Zoo and Rock Creek Park run through the center of the neighborhood, attracting nature lovers while still being close to all that the city has to offer.

Connecticut Avenue was the first streetcar line in Washington, which allowed Woodley Park to become a popular neighborhood for federal workers and Washingtonians.


This neighborhood is relatively peaceful, except for areas where tourists and other visitors are present.

Thriving Woodley Park is the gateway to the Smithsonian's National Zoo, known for incredible animals including giant pandas. Being surrounded by trees and park space makes it easy to forget that Woodley Park is firmly located within the heart of Washington DC. Bridges spanning Rock Creek serve as connections between Woodley Park and its neighboring areas, creating a sense of distance even though you are close to everything the city has to offer. When you're ready for an adventure, Rock Creek Parkway offers easy access anywhere in the District plus beyond thanks to its gateway location next door to the National Zoo. With two historic hotels nearby, Metro stops close by for trips out of town or into the heart of the city itself, plus plenty of local shops and eateries - there is something for everyone at this neighborhood enclave tucked away from view but well within reach.

Woodley Park is one of Washington's most scenic and pleasant neighborhoods, with classic row homes and lush green lawns. It is removed from the bustle of downtown D.C., making it a popular place for residents who appreciate its quieter charm and central location. Access to public transportation makes it even more appealing for commuters looking for an easy commute into the city center.


You are able to enjoy your own area without feeling disconnected from the rest of the city.

Woodley Park is known for being a stable, comfortable neighborhood with familiar businesses that attract people who prefer to ease into or out of their day at their usual haunts. Connecticut Avenue has all the conveniences you need plus some local food standouts that are worth checking out.

The Woodley Park Metro Station is located one stop away from central D.C. and offers many transportation options for daily commuters to get them to their destinations. The Metrobus service is also popular for residents who have short commutes, and Washington, D.C., has recently become more bike friendly with the addition of the Capital Bikeshare program connecting commuters north and south of the community.

There are three great options for elementary schools in the neighborhood: The National Cathedral School, Maret School, and Eaton Elementary. The Bilingual Oyster Adams school offers an excellent education for grades K-8, and both the Aidan Montessori school and public school (Eaton Elementary) offer a high level of education for local students. Most people who live here work in not-for-profit or government organizations which are found all over Washington DC.

 Regarding transportation, the Red Line of the Metro and many bus lines serve Woodley Park. It is home to the National Zoo as well as Rock Creek Park, which runs through it. You can easily access Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle and other areas near the city's center by using public transportation or a bike which can be rented nearby. However, biking after dark in Rock Creek Park may not be safe due to risks from traffic and potential criminal activity.


The noise of downtown.

Woodley Park has a slower pace than its neighboring neighborhoods, but it still offers plenty of entertainment options including retail and restaurants on Connecticut Avenue. The side streets are quiet though, which makes it a great place for taking advantage of the Smithsonian National Zoo's traffic-free paths for morning runs or evening strolls. 


A mixture of historic, well-kept streets lined with mature trees, modern condos and row houses make up this neighborhood.

There are many different types of housing available in Woodley Park, from apartments with large back yards to condos with spacious two-bedroom suites.

There are a variety of homes for sale in Woodley Park, D.C., and the price can vary considerably depending on what type of home you're looking for. The smaller brick apartment buildings on Connecticut and Calvert streets offer buyers more affordable options with great amenities, but if you want something more historic then you should check out the row houses found on the neighborhood's side streets—many of which have been renovated to keep their original character while upgrading their interiors.

The Woodley Park neighborhood is home to many historic flat-fronted houses, which were built in the early 1900s and influenced by architect Clarke Waggaman's classical styles. Commercial and mid-rise apartment buildings line Connecticut Avenue, each about eight stories tall. Studio apartments typically cost between $1,600 and $2,000 while two or three bedroom apartments can be more than six thousand dollars.


You are smack in the heart of the city only when you want to be, and can get away from it again quickly and easily.

The shady, tree-lined streets and immaculate front yards of this neighborhood evoke images of small-town America. However, the apartment buildings located here provide an urban feel without the hassle typically associated with city life.

By offering easy access to the District's sights, Woodley Park has plenty to keep residents occupied. The top attraction is the Smithsonian National Zoo, a resplendent haven for many animal species and home to the famous giant pandas Mei Xiang, Tian Tian and Bei Bei. Like all other Smithsonian institutions, entry is free year-round. For generations, Rock Creek Park has offered Washingtonians a natural escape from the city without ever having to leave the city, and residents have access to the park's miles of jogging and bike trails just steps from Calvert Street.

Woodley Park offers a vibrant restaurant scene, too. On Calvert Street, diners can choose from relaxed pubs or weekend brunch spots, or they can try something adventurous at one of Connecticut Avenue's many ethnic restaurants, including Lebanese, Japanese and Cajun cuisine.

An absolute must see in Woodley Park is the National Zoo, which is maintained by the Smithsonian. From the pandas which were gifted from China, to giraffes, elephants, lions, tigers, as well as exotic birds, reptiles and other wildlife – it’s a great place to spend your time, especially when the weather is nice.

Woodley Park has a wide range of restaurants like the Lebanese Taverna, which has been a favorite of locals for its great Mediterranean cuisine.

Petit Monde Bistro & Cafe is also a must-visit, offering pastries, breakfast pizza & sandwiches, as well as gelato, and a nice assortment of wine. Stop by Open City’s patio as well – it’s a great place for a Sunday brunch.

Duke’s Counter has authentic British cuisine. Mayahuel Cocina Mexicana offers upscale tacos and enchiladas, and for typical American fare try District Kitchen.

If you're into movies, this neighborhood has a great Art Deco style theater from the 1930s with many great films shown on its large screen. The balconies are interesting and provide a unique view that adds to the retro feel of the venue. On warm days, there's no better way to follow the bike trails or explore Rock Creek Park than by renting bikes from Capital Bikeshare or hiking/jogging through it yourself. There is plenty of space for picnics and other activities like tennis or volleyball here too

Woodley Park is an affluent, mostly residential, neighborhood in Northwest Washington D. C., which is home to the National Zoo, located within Rock Creek Park. It’s the perfect area for hiking and bike trails, on one end, and great restaurants and shops on Connecticut Avenue.

It’s home to the Omni Shoreham Hotel which has hosted many presidential inaugural balls and has long been popular with tourists since the Beatles arrived there in the ‘60s.

Between Connecticut Avenue to the South of the National Zoo, Woodley Park, with its turn of the century row houses, is bordered by Rock Creek Park. Mt. Saint Albans, which has the Washington National Cathedral, is to the West.

The upscale houses are surrounded by beautiful parks and quiet residential streets as well as some of the best trails of Rock Creek Park.

Newest Woodley Park Homes and Condos for Sale

2 Beds 2 Baths
Welcome to this elegant 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom residence located at 2869 28th Street Northwest, Unit 301, in the heart of Washington, DC. This meticulously designed home spans 869 square feet and offers a harmonious blend of modern sophistication and timeless charm. As you step inside, you are greeted by a serene ambiance and an abundance of natural light that fills the space. The open-concept layout seamlessly connects the living, dining, and kitchen areas, creating a perfect setting for both relaxation and entertainment. The kitchen features sleek countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances, and ample storage space. The primary bedroom is a tranquil retreat, boasting a well-appointed en-suite bathroom and generous closet space. The secondary bedroom offers flexibility for use as a guest room, home office, or personal sanctuary. Both bathrooms are elegantly designed and provide a luxurious experience. Additionally, residents have access to the rooftop terrace, with beautiful and iconic views, the perfect place to socialize and unwind after a long day. Conveniently located in a coveted Woodley Park neighborhood, this home offers easy access to a myriad of dining, shopping, and entertainment options, allowing for a lifestyle of unparalleled convenience and luxury. Don't miss the opportunity to experience the epitome of sophisticated urban living. Schedule a private tour today and immerse yourself in the allure of this remarkable residence.

2869 28th Nw Unit #301, Washington

Listing courtesy of Compass. Contact: (301) 304-8444

6 Beds 6 Baths
JUST LISTED! ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY!! Exceptional offering of one of Woodley Park’s grandest and historically significant homes. Built in 1912 by the Kennedy Brothers from the design of architect A.H. Sonnemann, this absolutely glorious semi-detached home has been meticulously maintained and thoughtfully updated through the years with careful attention to its original architectural and artistic details. Its 30 foot width and nearly 5,900 sq ft of interior space provide for expansive light-filled rooms with over-sized windows, original millwork, moldings and doors, beautiful burnished hardwood floors, soaring 10’+ ceilings, 4 wood-burning fireplaces with original mantles and marble hearths/ surrounds and elevator. PLEASE NOTE; ESTIMATED SIZE OF ALL 4 LEVELS IS 5,900 SQ FT (NOT 6,724 SQ FT) This gracious home offers a sunny Front Porch, spectacular Entry Foyer, formal Living Room, banquet-size Dining Room, chef’s Kitchen and Breakfast Room, elegant Primary Suite, serene Library, 4 additional Bedrooms, 3.5 additional Baths, and 2 breathtaking Verandas providing tree-top views of Rock Creek Park. Complemented by a lower-level Apartment Suite, attached Garage, additional Parking, lush Gardens and secluded Terraces and an elevator servicing the main house. Located in the heart of Woodley Park’s Historic District on a quiet, one-way, tree-lined street, this exceptional home gives you city living at its best – close to fine schools (Oyster Bilingual, Aidan Montessori, Maret, St. Albans, Washington International School, among others), convenient shops and restaurants of every sort, bike and hiking trails, the National Zoo and, of course, Metro! 2621 resonates with elegance and quality - a combination of luxury and tradition that will steal your heart. So come, feast your eyes, and make this very special home yours! PLEASE NOTE; ESTIMATED SIZE OF ALL 4 LEVELS IS 5,900 SQ FT (NOT 6,724 SQ FT)

2621 Woodley Pl Nw, Washington

Listing courtesy of Compass. Contact: (301) 298-1001

7 Beds 9 Baths
A rare opportunity awaits with this magnificent 7-bedroom, 7 full bath, 2 half bath residence featuring an elevator, 2-car heated garage, au pair suite and outdoor oasis on a sprawling corner lot in Woodley Park. Spanning nearly 8000 square feet across 4 levels, this residence was built by the acclaimed Zuckerman Builders and embodies the epitome of luxury living. As you approach, lush landscaped grounds and inviting stairs lead up to a spacious front porch with a charming swing, setting the tone for the grandeur within. Upon entering, sunlight floods the formal living room, adorned with a wood-burning fireplace, while the adjacent formal dining room echoes elegance with its own fireplace and ample natural light. The chef’s kitchen features bright white cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a spacious island. Continuing through the main level, a gorgeous living room awaits, boasting a wood-burning fireplace, unique tray ceiling design, and double French doors opening to the meticulously maintained backyard oasis. Here, enjoy patio seating, a built-in gas grill, and a lush grass turf area bordered by tall trees and a brick wall for ultimate privacy. There is also a water fountain against the brick wall adding to the tranquility and ambiance of the outdoor space. Ascend the elevator or staircase to the second level, where four spacious bedrooms each boast en-suite baths and walk-in closets. The first of two laundry rooms is also on this floor. The third level unveils a full-level primary suite, complete with dual bathrooms, two expansive dressing rooms, and an office/sitting room that could also be used as a bedroom. The entertainer's basement beckons with a recreational area, wet bar setup with wine fridge, ice maker and sink, and a full in-law or au pair suite featuring a kitchen, full pantry, bedroom, full bathroom, half bathroom and laundry room, along with additional space that is currently being used as a home gym. The home boasts a 2-car heated garage and a driveway, which is conveniently situated on the street rather than in the alleyway, providing additional off-street parking. Experience seamless multimedia integration with televisions, audio in every room, and full lighting control through the cutting-edge Control4 smart home system. Nestled in a prime Woodley Park location, this property offers unparalleled accessibility, with the convenience of being within walking distance to Wisconsin Ave, Connecticut Ave, and Massachusetts Ave. Enjoy easy access to nearby neighborhoods, Rock Creek Park, Tregaron Conservancy, the Washington National Cathedral and beyond, making it an ideal hub for exploring the city. This Woodley Park gem epitomizes a lifestyle of luxury and convenience. Schedule a showing today!

3101 Cathedral Ave Nw, Washington

Listing courtesy of Compass. Contact: (202) 386-6330

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