The District’s best-kept secret.
Urban tranquility and familiar faces.AU Park’s streets are residential, lined with tree-shaded sidewalks, picket fences, and back-alley spaces. The neighborhood’s stock of Colonials and bungalows is built close together with front porches and interconnected front yards, so you’ll often find neighbors socializing or out strolling the neighborhood. AU Park is within walking distance to a cluster of restaurants, shops, and a Whole Foods, and is convenient to Tenleytown Metro for commuting to work.
Knowing and liking your neighbors.The neighborly bonds are as close-knit as the houses here, fostered by the stability of a neighborhood where multiple generations live within blocks of each other. Residents tend to be welcoming and civic-minded, from organizing alley block parties to taking active part in neighborhood issues.
Tiny footprints and a big sense of community.The homes in AU Park can be rather small and traditional, but many residents have found creative ways to expand and update them.
Small homes built close together.The housing stock is mostly uniform in AU Park, consisting of brick two-story Colonials and bungalows built during roughly the same time period.
The friendliness and lack of pretension.AU Park residents embrace the neighborhood’s simplicity and lack of ostentation. Back-alley barbecues, neighborhood get-togethers, and chance encounters on the sidewalk are part of the social fabric. With easy access to the rest of DC, AU Park is a convenient and welcoming place to call home.