Quiet, Historic Neighborhood

Cleveland Park

A historic neighborhood boasting grand homes, tree-shaded streets and a quiet suburban feel, Cleveland Park is also close enough to downtown Washington that residents don’t feel too far from all the action. It’s one of the federal district’s most popular and sought-after places to live, and there’s a well-rounded real estate inventory, including luxury residences that are tasteful rather than gaudy or ostentatious.

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Cleveland Park Real Estate Stats

Average Price $912K
Lowest Price $215K
Highest Price $3.9M
Total Listings 42
Avg. Price/SQFT $566

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Cleveland Park is in the northwestern part of DC, with neighbors that include both North Cleveland Park and Van Ness to the north, Rock Creek Park to the east, Woodley Park to the south, and Cathedral Heights to the west. The Smithsonian National Zoo is also immediately adjacent, as a southernmost part of Rock Creek Park. Once farmland and known initially as Pretty Prospects and then Rosedale, the area ultimately became a streetcar suburb with the arrival of an electric streetcar along Connecticut Avenue in the 1890s. Today, the neighborhood is served by the Cleveland Park Metro station with Red Line service.

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Locals have been known to refer to their cherished community as a village within a city. It’s actually a time-honored tradition, dating back to a bygone era when wealthy merchants from Georgetown would build summer homes in Cleveland Park where the elevation is higher and the climate cooler. When the July and August heat became too unbearable, Georgetown residents would simply load up their horses and carriages and head up the hill via what is now Wisconsin Avenue, to their leafy getaways. It wasn’t just the merchant class; the neighborhood is named for Grover Cleveland who also had a summer retreat during his tenure as U.S. President.

Flash forward to modern times, and Cleveland Park retains a note of grace and gentility. That said, there have been seismic changes in the real estate market since those lazy summer days of old. Not only have home prices been heading into the stratosphere, the types of housing have also evolved. While a sizeable portion of the community between Wisconsin and Connecticut Avenues is now a historic district, newer construction has emerged in areas to the north and south. The luxury real estate market also includes grand old apartment buildings along Connecticut and Wisconsin that have converted to condos and cooperatives.

To learn more about luxury real estate in Cleveland Park, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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Cleveland Park, District of Columbia FAQ’s

Q: How far is Cleveland Park from downtown Washington?

A: The distance is approximately three miles.

Q: As a commuter, would it be quicker to drive or to use the Metro to get to work daily?

A: It would be quicker to drive, as it typically only takes a few minutes if you’re taking 34th Street to Massachusetts Avenue. However, there is also the question of convenience. If your place of employment doesn’t have parking, you might find it easier to take the Metro.

Q: Where is the closest Metro to Cleveland Park?

A: There is a station at 3599 Connecticut Avenue in Cleveland Park, and it offers Red Line service.

Q: Are there any local bars or restaurants in the Cleveland Park neighborhood?

A: Yes, there are a number of popular places along Connecticut Avenue, including Sabada, Medium Rare, Siam House, 3321 Bistro DC, Cracked Eggery, Cleveland Park Bar and Grill, Nanny O’Brien’s, and Atomic Billards.

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