Woodland-Normanstone Terrace joins together other much larger neighborhoods, which include Woodley Park, Massachusetts Heights, and Observatory Circle – which is why this area is often times confused as being part of those other neighborhoods. But Woodland-Normanstone Terrace certainly a unique area. This neighborhood is purely residential, and has just a few streets on it. Every home here is a detached single-family home – which is a rarity in Washington DC.
The name of this neighborhood actually comes from its streets – the first being Woodland Drive, which is the main street in the area, and Normanstone Terrace is the central cul-de-sac of the area. This is a friendly neighborhood where people know each other, and people become great friends.
Listings here can be hard to come by in this part of Washington DC. However, there are listings in other neighborhoods that are close to this one. Take a look at the ones listed below!
These listings are in the MLS with the words “Woodland Normanstone Terrace” in them. That means they are either within or probably nearby this great DC neighborhood