Cleveland Park is a neighborhood in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, DC named for President Grover Cleveland who owned a summer estate in the area. The neighborhood developed following the installation of a street car line in the early 1890s. Many of Cleveland Park's beautiful tree-lined streets are lined with a wonderful mix of bungalow and craftsman style homes.
Cleveland Park 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.
Neighborhoods adjacent to Cleveland Park include Woodley Park, Forest Hills, Cathedral Heights, North Cleveland Park and Massachusetts Avenue Heights. Cleveland Park is served by the Cleveland Park Metro station on the Red Line, has several bus routes and Zip Car service.
Cleveland Park Homes And Condos For Sale
Showcasing decades of growth and development, Cleveland Park’s hidden historic district presents a full range of homes and buildings, some of which can be dated back to the late 1800s and ... Read more
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As one of the largest co-op apartment complexes in DC, Tilden Gardens sits on five-acres of land in the Cleveland Park neighborhood. The largest building of its kind until the Watergate complex ... Read more
Perhaps the greenest complex in town, Tilden Gardens truly lives up to its name. Set in DC’s Cleveland Park neighborhood, the property consists of a full three acres of landscaped ... Read more