Local History

The land on which Bush Hill Woods now sits was once the Richard Marshall Scott family plantation, which was known for its fruit trees. Some of the Scott Plantation fruit trees were given to George Washington for use at Mount Vernon. Bush Hill Woods also served as a Civil War headquarters for the Union Army and as a detention site for Hitler’s foreign affairs minister during World War II. The original Scott plantation home was destroyed by arson in 1977.

Local Real Estate

Bush Hill Wood is conveniently nestled just southeast of the intersection of I-95 and the Capital Beltway. Its nearly 300 homes are a mix of styles but are primarily three- and four-bedroom brick ramblers and split-levels built in the 1950s. Some newer construction homes can be found throughout the neighborhood. In 2019, smaller models sold around $600K while larger homes sold around $900K.

Local Entertainment

Golfers will enjoy being close to both Greendale Golf Course and Top Golf. The recreational activities of Lee District Park and the bountiful nature of Huntley Meadows Park are both just a short drive away.

Local Favorites

Stop by the cozy Grounded Coffee Shop for a latte and one of its delectable pastries. Take in dinner and a movie in nearby Kingstowne.