Wesley Heights was developed in the beginnings ca. 1923 by brothers William C. Miller and Allison N. Miller. The brothers were real estate agents who founded a company (still in existence) in 1912 and began building homes in the Cleveland Park and Woodley Park neighborhoods. Wesley Heights was one of the first master planned communities in the U.S. and featured such services as a shuttle to the Wisconsin Avenue streetcar and a community clubhouse. It remains a wealthy, residential enclave.
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