WESLEY HEIGHTS, WASHINGTON, DC HOMES FOR SALE and More!

Posted by Lise | Filed under: Howe's List

Wesley Heights is a small neighborhood of Washington, DC situated south of Tenleytown. It is bordered by New Mexico Avenue (on the East), Nebraska Avenue (on the North), Battery-Kemble Park (on the West) and Glover Parkway (on the South). Foxhall Road is the main roadway passing through Wesley Heights. Wesley Heights is in Northwest, in Ward 3 and Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3D. Although technically not part of Wesley Heights, the neighborhood of Berkley, which lies south of Glover Parkway, is similar in style to Wesley Heights and is often considered informally to be part of Wesley Heights.

Wesley Heights was developed in the 1920s by WC&AN Miller as one of the first master planned communities in the United States and featured such services as a shuttle to the Wisconsin Avenue streetcar and a community club house.  Today, it remains a  harmonious  residential enclave of luxury homes with individualized architectural style.

FEATURED LISTING: 4400 Garfield St NW Washington DC 20007

Are you looking for a luxury home? Do you want a luxury home with lots of space? Then call the Lise Howe Team to arrange a showing of 4400 Garfield St NW, listed by TR Sothebys International Realty for $8,995,000. This luxury Tudor has been completely renovated and expanded to provide nearly 12,500 interior square feet of living space on just over a half-acre (22,075 square feet) manicured lot. The main house offers 7 bedrooms and 7.5 baths, a huge living room, an atrium-like family room, a private  library, and an incredible kitchen with 3 islands.  The master bedroom has two separate baths and dressing rooms.  Don’t forget the exercise room, the spa and the home theater!  Need more space? There is a full staff quarters, and a 2 bedroom and 3 bath guest house, a swimming pool, and 2 attached garages.

FEATURED EVENT: THE VOICE OF ANNE FRANK AT THE KATZEN CENTER – AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

This original one-woman production at the new Katzen Center of American University presents the story of AnneliesMarie “Anne” Frank, one of the most renowned victims of the Holocaust. This U.S. premiere is performed with ferocity by Czech Fulbright scholar Mirenka Cechova. Anne’s story is depicted completely through the lens of her diary entries, using visual theatre and movement. The diary, which was given to Anne on her 13th birthday, chronicles her life from June 12, 1942, until August 1, 1944, depicting her poetic and honest perspective on life in hiding in Amsterdam.

Performed and directed by Mirenka Cechova
Original music composed by Mataous Hekela
Gail Humphries Mardirosian, artistic coordinator
Nancy Snider, cello
Friday, January 14, 2011, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 2 p.m.
Studio Theatre, Katzen Arts Center
Tickets: $15 general admission, $10 AU community and senior

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