Cleveland Park Real Estate, Washington DC
With homes for sale ranging from around $200,000 up to several million dollars, Cleveland Park in Washington, DC offers a cornucopia of real estate delights. You’ve got your old Art Deco buildings, garden complex conversions, cute Craftsman bungalows and large ornate Victorian mansions. What you won’t find, surprisingly, is much in the way of that DC bread and butter staple—the row house.
Located in the northwestern part of Washington DC, Cleveland Park real estate for sale is also associated with North Cleveland Park. Its neighbors include Van Ness to the north, Woodley Park to the south and Cathedral Heights to the west. The expansive greenspace of Rock Creek Park lies to the east. Dating back to an estate built in 1793 by Maryland congressman Uriah Forest, the neighborhood got its name nearly a century later when President Grover Cleveland renovated an old stone farmhouse and turned it into his summer getaway.
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Cleveland Park Neighborhood Information
Condos for sale in Cleveland Park include a number of historic addresses along Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Connecticut Avenues, such as the Broadmoor—a grand old former apartment building from 1927 that has since become a cooperative. Predictably, the most inexpensive condo units are akin to closets with pullout beds, but that’s no different from the rest of the city.
Cleveland Park Real Estate at a Glance
Detached single-family homes account for about 40 percent of all properties and start in the high six figures and skyrocket from there. Of course, that’s simply a snapshot at the time of this writing—listings in Washington Metro turn over quickly. Regardless of price, home styles include Colonial, Victorian, Cape Cod, Craftsman and more.
It’s not just great homes for sale and hilly tree-lined streets that lures new residents, however. The community amenities here are way beyond what you might expect. Such as, the ever-popular Yes! Organic Market, the Atomic Billiards Room, the Art Deco Uptown Theatre, the wonderful Cleveland Park Zoo and the restored AMC Lowes Uptown 1—a movie palace dating back to 1935. And yet, there’s more!
Here's What You'll Find in Cleveland Park
Cleveland Park is also home to a battery of great bars and restaurants, including Cleveland Park Bar & Grill, Sugar Magnolia, Ripple, Firehouse Bakery & Coffeehouse, Ardeo & Bardero, Medium Rare, and Lauriol Plaza—a bustling Mexican eatery and margarita bar. As for mass transit, there’s the red line at Cleveland Park Metro. With intriguing condos and homes for sale, and a combination of quiet side streets and bustling corridors, this is a community that deserves a closer look.
To learn more about homes and condos for sale sale in this fascinating community, call District Partners at Compass, (202) 798-3600.