Langley Park" references the 540#8209;acre (2.2Ękm2) estate established in 1923, by the McCormick-Goodhart family in the Chillum District of Prince George's County, Maryland. They named the estate Langley Park after the Goodhart's ancestral home in England, Langley Fields.
Trevose Heights is a residential neighborhood of detached, single family homes built primarily circa 1925 to the 1960s. Some later-built homes are found throughout the area. Median age is circa 1950.
Interior living space ranges from less than 1,000 to more than 2,000 sqft. with a median of approximately 1,500 sqft. Lot sizes range from one-twentieth to one-half of an acre with a median of approximately one-fifth of an acre.
The neighborhood is located off Brownsville Road south of East Bristol Road. Elmwood Avenue and East Myrtle Avenue run through from Brownsville to Bridgetown Pike (Route 213).
Boston Avenue • Bristol Road East • Brownsville Road • Carlisle Avenue • Cherry Street • Chester Avenue • Chestnut Avenue • Cypress Avenue • Dara Faith Drive • Elizabeth Avenue • Fleetwood Avenue • Haral Place • Hazel Avenue • Hollywood Avenue • Indian Spring Avenue • Iroquois Avenue • Knable Lane • Lima Avenue • Magnolia Avenue • Moosewood Avenue • Mulberry Avenue • Oak Avenue • Redwood Avenue • Seminole Avenue • Somers Avenue • Spruce Avenue • Sycamore Avenue • Topeka Avenue • Weldon Avenue • Willow Avenue • Wunder Avenue