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Woodland Normanstone

Woodland Normanstone is a small affluent neighborhood located near Observatory Circle and Massachusetts Avenue Heights in the northwest quadrant of Washington, DC.    The community is home to 24 embassies as well as 160 private residences that range from Colonial and Georgian architectural styles to more contemporary manses set back on spacious lots.  Woodland Normanstone is distinguished from more conventional neighborhoods by the fact the woods and road follow the natural contours of the land rather than adhering to a strict grid.  Residents rave about the ”village within a city” feel as well as the access to top-ranked schools such as the Oyster-Adams Bilingual School, Deal Middle School and Wilson High School.

Metrobuses run up and down Massachusetts Avenue providing easy access to Downtown.  The Woodley Park Metro Station is also within walking distance.   Boundaries for Woodland Normanstone extend from Garfield Street to the north, Massachusetts Avenue to Rock Creek Park on the South, Woodland Drive to the east and Observatory Circle, Masachusetts Avenue and 34th Street to the west.

Woodland Normanstone Homes For Sale

Woodland Normanstone Homes For Sale September 24, 2018
7
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152
Avg. DOM
$639.27
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$4,995,000
Med. List Price
7 Properties Found.
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