Forest Hills D.C. Real Estate

Forest Hills is a quiet, affluent neighborhood with a melting pot of cultures and architectural styles. The nearby embassies and chanceries add to the cultural diversity in Forest Hills. These include Pakistan, Italy, Israel, the Netherlands, Malaysia, and Peru.

Notable points of interest include the Hillwood Museum – 25-acre estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post, heiress to the Post cereal fortune; the Howard University Law School, and the Levine School of Music.

Forest Hills real estate can be found in the area between Rock Creek Park and Connecticut Avenue, stretching from Porter Street up to Broad Branch Road. The commercial district in Forest Hills would be Connecticut Avenue; also where most of the neighborhood condos are located.

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Forest Hills real estate is a patchwork quilt of architectural styles. Some of Washington’s oldest and newest homes – Tudors and Colonials stand almost side by side with ultramodern glass creations. Nearby, rows of small 1940’s and 50’s Cape Cods and split levels are also common. This variety of styles add to the ambiance of Forest Hills, and most residents enjoy the varying designs.

It’s not unusual to see houses vacant for months of the year since many are merely second homes for their affluent owners. Forest Hills is not a very walkable neighborhood due to lack of sidewalks, but it still manages to have a sociable, neighborly atmosphere.

Forest Hills home prices start in the $600,000’s but climb into the millions.

In addition to single family homes, Forest Hills also contains condos and co-ops. Probably the most well known is the Van Ness Centre. This complex of four high-rises dating back to the 1960’s is a combination of co-ops, condos, rental properties and commercial units containing a Giant grocery, pharmacy, offices and additional retail.

For information about Forest Hills and surrounding area real estate, please contact Lynn Bulmer, Washington DC Realtor® at 202-257-2410.

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