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North Cleveland Park Real Estate, Washington DC
Located in the upper northwestern section of Washington, DC is a charming residential neighborhood known as North Cleveland Park—and yes, it lies to the north of Cleveland Park. Home for sale are on the pricy side here, but not exorbitantly so. Then again, there isn’t much of an inventory here currently—a lot of properties were snapped up over the last few years and this is the kind of neighborhood where you stay for a while.
The community was originally part of a massive estate built in 1793 by Maryland congressman Uriah Forest. During the late 1800s, President Grover Cleveland turned an old stone farmhouse into a summer estate—the area later became subdivided for residential development. Real estate for sale in North Cleveland Park is primarily of the detached single-family variety, although there are some majestic old apartment buildings along Connecticut Avenue that have been converted into condos for sale.
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North Cleveland real estate prices generally start out in the $300,000 range for those aforementioned condos for sale, with houses starting in the upper six-figures and climbing past the million dollar mark. The most significant building boom occurred from the early 1920s to around 1940, with a greatly reduced rate of construction thereafter. You’ll find a nice blend of architecture here including various Colonial subsets, Victorian, Tudor, Mediterranean, large Craftsman and even some interesting contemporary designs. In addition to Cleveland Park, other surrounding communities include Forest Hills, American University Park and Tenleytown.
North Cleveland Park Amenities & Community Attractions
This quiet neighborhood is home to the campus of the University of the District of Columbia, as well as a number of foreign embassies, including Austria, China, Bangladesh, Israel, Egypt, Honduras and others. There are a number of great restaurants along Connecticut and Wisconsin Avenues which serve as both the eastern and western borders of the community.
In short, this is a popular upscale suburb that’s not too far from the Hill. And while there’s not a lot of active homes for sale but with a little patience, you can find your Colonial Shangri-La and enjoy the good life—DC-style. For more information about North Cleveland Park real estate for sale, contact District Partners at Compass today at (202) 798-3600!!