Located in the Northwest of Washington D.C., Woodley Park is the perfect residential hideaway. With the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park nearby, this uptown neighborhood is popular among nature enthusiasts, who also want to be close to all the comforts of a city. Full of lush green trees, and historic architecture, Woodley Park is home to a number of iconic sights, such as Duke Ellington, and Taft bridges, and a mural of Marilyn Monroe. It’s also easy to get to the neighborhood with a number of fine roads, and the Metro connects Woodley Park with surrounding areas.
The biggest attraction of Woodley Park, Smithsonian’s National Zoo is spread across 163 acres of land and houses more than 1500 animals. It offers a free of cost entry and is not just a picnic spot for families to drop by or spend a day with the animals – Smithsonian’s National Zoo is also a world-class research and conservation center. For adventure enthusiasts in the city, Rock Creek Park is the perfect retreat. From biking and hiking to tennis, and horse-back riding, you will find about everything that gives you a rush of pure adrenaline. The park also hosts several music and dance performances in its spectacular amphitheater, which is usually packed with people during the summer.
Life in Woodley Park is simple and secure – and you will find a variety of June Homes options; from 2-bedroom condos, to small studio apartments, or houses with large backyards.