Spring Valley / Wesley Heights
With its majestic homes and peaceful tree-lined streets, Spring Valley is located in northwest Washington, D.C. This affluent community has been the home for many notable officials including Presidents Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson and George H.W. Bush before they took the oath of office.
Spring Valley is bound roughly by the neighborhood of American University Park, Nebraska Avenue, Loughboro Road, Massachusetts Avenue and Dalecarlia Parkway. Even though it is adjacent to American University Park, the majority of the main campus of American University is located in Spring Valley. Several embassy ambassadors also live in Spring Valley including those from South Korea, Bahrain, Qatar and Yemen.
Historic estates mix with magnificent, new homes in this neighborhood and property prices are high compared to many Washington, D.C. communities.
Wesley Heights is an affluent neighborhood of northwest, Washington, D.C. It is bordered by New Mexico Avenue (on the East), Nebraska Avenue (on the North), Battery-Kemble Park (on the West) and Glover Parkway (on the South). Foxhall Road is the main roadway passing through Wesley Heights. Although technically not part of Wesley Heights, the neighborhood of Berkley, which lies south of Glover Parkway, is similar in style to Wesley Heights and is often considered informally part of Wesley Heights.
Wesley Heights was developed in the 1920s by W.C. and A.N. Miller, who also developed the neighboring communities of Spring Valley and American University Park. It was one of the first master planned communities in the United States. It remains a wealthy residential enclave of principally large detached homes with some condominium and townhouse options as well. The neighborhood is served by a small commercial mall on New Mexico Avenue with doctors, shops, restaurants and stores.
Horace Mann Elementary
Alice Deal Middle School
Wilson High School
Battery Kemble Park
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