Convenient to Metro and Shopping, this tree-lined winding street neighborhood feels a world apart
As its name suggests, Forest Hills is a tranquil, residential neighborhood with lush greenery. Located in D.C.’s Northwest quadrant, the area offers generous parcels where residences present a variety of architectural styles and sizes ranging from elegant early-20th-century estates to stunning contemporary residences. Stylish condominiums may be found along Connecticut Avenue.
In addition, ambassadorial residences and embassies may be found in Forest Hills alongside educational institutions such as Howard University School of Law and the Levine School of Music. Forest Hills is convenient to Metro with the Red Line station at Van Ness-U.D.C. Connecticut Avenue is a vibrant high street where restaurants and local commerce may be found. is located in the heart of the community and connects to , which forms the eastern boundary of the community. Homes range from elegant early-20th-century estates to stunning contemporary residences. Stylish condominiums may be found along Connecticut Avenue.
The property is located just a few blocks from Rock Creek Park, which spans the neighborhood’s eastern edge as well as the forested trails of . The property is close to the neighborhood public schools with many private schools also nearby. A short walk brings on to the Red Line Metro and the shops and restaurants in the Van Ness district of Connecticut Avenue.
Van Ness is one of the city’s designated . Notable businesses include whose owner Mark Furstenberg was awarded Best Baker in America in 2017 by the James Beard Foundation; Michelin Guide-featured pasta shop ; iconic independent bookstore Politics & Prose; as well as for convenient grocery shopping.
Forest Hills is home to numerous ambassadorial residences and embassies near educational institutions such as Howard University School of Law and the Levine School of Musuc. Legendary socialite Marjorie Merriweather Post’s 25 acre-home, is one of the neighborhood’s most distinguished destinations.