Located south of Chevy Chase, DC along Connecticut Avenue, this Northwest Washington neighborhood is bordered on one side by Rock Creek Park. Old oaks and maple trees tower over the neighborhood’s eclectic housing stock.
In addition to the natural beauty and recreation opportunities that come from essentially living near a forest, residents of Forest Hills prize their proximity to two Metro stations and buses, the diverse housing stock, and the inclusive nature.
Residents have included multiple presidents, including Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson. The neighborhood is also home to several embassies, and commercial areas, including the University of the District of Columbia, Howard University School of Law, and businesses in and around Van Ness Square. Forest Hills is also conveniently located to restaurants, bookstores, The Hillwood Museum and Gardens, and the Soapstone trail. 3200 Ellicott Street, NW has a walk score of 82!
At Forest Hills, your options are endless. You’re moments from small farmers markets, larger grocery stores like Whole Foods, and high-end shopping malls like the Shops at Chevy Chase.
Whether you’re looking for a large gym, a boutique fitness studio, or a tranquil hiking trail, your location puts you at the epicenter of some of the best recreation in the city.
At 3200 Ellicott Street, you’re moments from some of the trendiest restaurants, coffee shops, and bars in the city. Some of our favorites include Buck’s Fishing & Camping, Comet Ping Pong, and Little Red Fox.
While the home boasts a large two-car garage, your options are endless. The Metro is 0.6 miles away, connecting you to the entire DMV. The L1 and L2 bus lines are moments away, as are numerous other bike-sharing and car-sharing options.