Wesley Heights is located in D.C.’s Northwest quadrant, just south of Tenleytown. The community is bordered by New Mexico Avenue, Nebraska Avenue and Battery-Kemble Park.
Wesley Heights was rural until its development in the 1920s. The W.C. and A.N. Miller Company looked to incorporate the areas natural surroundings, much like they did with nearby Spring Valley and American University Park.
Quality of Life:
Today, Wesley Heights is a residential neighborhood full of wooded back yards and beautiful homes. It is conveniently located to Glover Park, Tenleytown and Friendship Heights offering restaurants, shopping and grocery stores.
The neighborhood is also home to the 0.8-mile Wesley Heights Park Trail that brings you from Battery-Kemble Park to Glover Archibald Park in Glover Park.
The closest metro to Wesley Heights is the Tenleytown station on the Red line, which is easily accessible by foot, bike or car.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 10 miles
Washington-Dulles International Airport: < 30 miles
Baltimore-Washington International Airport: < 35 miles