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Wesley Heights

If you are thinking of buying a home in Washington DC, put Wesley Heights real estate on your list of possibilities. Wesley Heights is an affluent, residential neighborhood located in Northwest Washington, D.C. It is roughly bounded by Nebraska Avenue to the north, Garfield Street to the south, New Mexico Avenue to the east, and Foxhall Road to the west. Its nearest metro station, Tenleytown-AU, is accessible by bus via the Van Ness-Wesley Heights Loop Line.

Wesley Heights real estate was first developed in the 1920s, at a time when builders began to eschew the mere layout of streets for the creation of entire communities that would blend into the surrounding natural beauty. That vision remains intact today, as Wesley Heights real estate options consist of many original single-family houses on large, wooded lots. The neighborhood’s leafy streets are also home to the 0.8-mile Wesley Heights Park Trail, a cross town trail that connects nearby Battery Kemble Park and Glover Archibald Park.

Demographics:

Location (Zip Code(s))
County Seat
Area by Square Miles
Population
Population Density
Median Age
Total Households
Average Household Size
Wesley Heights: 20016, 20007
Washington D.C.
68
102,500
1,504 pop/sq mile
43
32,512
3

Employment

Income per Capita
Median Household Income
Commute Time (minutes)
$71,665
$155,211
29