A beautiful tree-lined neighborhood in Washington, D.C.
WELCOME TO SPRING VALLEY
WHAT TO LOVE
- Suburban feel in an urban location
- Family-friendly community
- Top schools
- Gorgeous and expansive properties
- Beautiful tree-lined streets
- Luxury real estate
- Spring Valley Neighborhood Association Events. The Spring Valley neighborhood is strong and close-knit. Check out a variety of events hosted throughout the year in the Spring Valley community. This Neighborhood Association details events happening in your backyard so you can easily add them to your calendar. From wine nights to parades and holiday events to volunteer activities, there’s always something to get involved with in Spring Valley.
- Le Pain Quotidien. This casual cafe is extremely inviting. The open floor plan and simple ingredients create a cohesive feel throughout the restaurant’s ambiance and menu. Try a delicious organic coffee drink paired with handmade bread and other delectable items while visiting Le Pain Quotidien. Plus, Le Pain Quotidien has free Wi-Fi and an outdoor patio, so you can enjoy the space whether you need to focus on work or want to kick back and relax.
- Little Falls Stream Valley Park. Get outside and enjoy a hike, walk, or run in Little Falls Stream Valley Park. This green space is perfect for a natural pick-me-up. Here, locals and tourists alike spend time in the sun. Plus, there’s a playground, bike path, and open spaces for relaxation.
- Crate and Barrel. The Spring Valley location of Crate and Barrel is the perfect stop for all your home furnishings and decor. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or simply planning to redecorate a space in your home, you have to check out what Crate and Barrel has stocked. In addition, the store offers premier design consulting services and occasional events.
- Janney Elementary School: Grades PK–12, Public
- National Presbyterian School: Grades PK–6, Private
- Alice Deal Middle School: Grades 6–8, Public
- Woodrow Wilson High School: Grades 9–12, Public
- The School Without Walls High School: Grades 9–12, Public (AP course offerings)