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Brightwood Park, located in Northwest D.C., is known for its diverse community. Even though Brightwood is a small neighborhood and it isn't quite a destination area yet, there are still a great number of activities and sights to explore around the area. Of course, new apartment renters/residents can go to the Smithsonian museum at the National Mall, but if you aren't feeling the craze and fast-paced environment, local residents of Brightwood also suggest going to the National Museum of Health and Medicine, Rock Creek Park, Fort Stevens, or Fort Slocum Park. Even though the neighborhood isn't filled with top sights and attractions, it is absolutely filled with top eats!! New apartment renters will have access to many dining locales, including: Three Little Pigs Charcuterie & Salumi, Tony's Place, ODALIS Restaurant and Bar, Simple Bar and Grill, Sunrise Caribbean Restaurant, Library Tavern, Castello's Fine Dining Restaurant and Live Jazz, Centeno's Restaurant, Andrene's, Gold Coast Cafe, and Aboil Cafe. The cost of living in Brightwood is 6% higher than the Washington average, and is 57% higher than the national average. The average rent value in Brightwood is about $1,173 per month. The average school test scores in this area are 10% higher than the national average. (Renter Statistics Source: www.livability.com and www.areavibes.com)