Nestled between American University, Loughboro Road, Dalecarlia Parkway and Massachusetts Avenue, Spring Valley is a suburban oasis within the Washington, D.C. city limits.
W.C. & A.N. Miller developed most of the homes here prior to Word War II. Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and George H.W. Bush all are said to have lived in Spring Valley before they became president.
The neighborhood boasts winding streets with plenty of sidewalks, gentle hills and stately oak trees. The traditional tudor and colonial homes include sizeable estates with plenty of yard space on sizeable lots.
It is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the Capital region, ideal for raising families and convenient for downtown commuters.f your content inside of WordPress.