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Cleveland Park Real Estate

Cleveland Park is a bustling neighborhood located along Connecticut Avenue in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C.  Home to many prominent Washingtonians, Cleveland Park offers a number of historic homes along Porter, Ordway, and Macomb Streets built in the craftsman style.  Cleveland Park also maintains a thriving commercial corridor with a number of dining and shopping options and the nationally recognized Uptown Theater.  Residents liken the community named for President Grover Cleveland, who once owned a summer estate there, to an “in-town village.”  The National Zoo and National Cathedral are just several blocks away.
 
Cleveland Park has its own metro station on the Red Line and is also served by several bus routes and Zip Car Service.  The neighborhood is bounded by Wisconsin and Idaho Avenues to the west, Rodman and Tilden Street to the north, Rock Creek Park to the east and Klingle and Woodley Roads to the south.

Cleveland Park Homes & Condos For Sale

Cleveland Park Homes & Condos For Sale October 30, 2020
23
Listed
27
Avg. DOM
$571.69
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$565,000
Med. List Price
23 Properties
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Cleveland Park Recent Sales

Cleveland Park Recent Sales October 30, 2020
26
Listed
56
Avg. DOM
$632.39
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$569,500
Med. List Price
26 Properties
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Blog Posts About Cleveland Park
Now You Can Live in a Tony Suburb in the City: Cleveland Park

Cleveland Park is perhaps best known as the site of the National Zoo and the Uptown Theater as well as its "grand dame" apartments on Connecticut Avenue.  Increasingly, this self-contained tony ... Read more

Where To Brunch In Cleveland Park

The next best thing to a lazy breakfast in bed is brunch.   While Cleveland Park boasts a lot of restaurants, it’s not necessarily known as a brunch mecca but here are two local ... Read more

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