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Cleveland Park is a charming neighborhood that offers the peaceful charm of a small town with easy access to the big city. Its tree-lined streets and quaint commercial center make it an ideal place to live, while its close proximity to parks, shops and eateries makes it an even better place to be!

In the late 19th and early 20th century, Cleveland Park grew quickly due to streetcar access from downtown. This led to the area becoming home to many stately early-20th-century houses. President Grover Cleveland also built a summer home in the neighborhood, starting a long tradition of Washingtonians moving up Connecticut Avenue for the cool summer breezes.


Knowing where your neighbors live and where your favorite spots are.

The neighborhood association in Cleveland Park is active and involved in all of the neighborhood's happenings. With many shops and restaurants on Connecticut Avenue, it's easy to get everything you need without leaving the area. Plus, thanks to its convenient location near public transportation or car travel, lots of people who work in Washington live there too!

Cleveland Park is a residential area in Washington, D.C., famous for its Victorian and Art Deco homes as well as its laid back, family-friendly vibe. It is also home to many small businesses and large corporations who operate within or close by the neighborhood itself - including The Coca Cola Company's headquarters. There are more green spaces than office buildings here and more single-family homes than businesses. Despite this bucolic atmosphere, the community still has everything it needs close at hand - with products and services easily accessible without venturing far outside into downtown Washington DC.


A pace that is slow but stimulating.

Cleveland Park is a great neighborhood for nature lovers who want to be close to Rock Creek Park. There isn't much traffic in the area, except near the main retail strip. This was one of America's first park-and-shop strip malls.

Cleveland Park is a historic neighborhood in DC’s Northwest Quadrant popular among families, working professionals, and senior citizens. Cleveland Park is something of an anomaly in DC. It’s right on the metro, but it’s a quiet enclave that feels less city-like and more like a private, sun-dappled neighborhood brimming with Americana and charm.

The neighborhood’s beautiful historic homes, tree-lined streets and sidewalks, parks, and plenty of recreational businesses and amenities give it broad appeal among Washington DC’s diverse residents.

Like many of the Northwest Quadrant communities, Cleveland Park is a hub of growth and activity where the residents play an active role in the development and preservation of this charming, one-of-a-kind neighborhood. In fact, many of its most desirable amenities were the result of community effort.

Locals are loyal to their neighborhood retail establishments on the strip, where they can buy everything from ingredients for a dinner party to take-out food and see movies. Rock Creek Park is right outside these conveniences – it’s easy to fall into familiar weekday and weekend routines that involve shopping locally and getting out into nature.


A tumultuous urban area with a pulsing nightlife.

This is a slower paced, more suburban area of DC. There are less young professionals here and more families. 

There are not many high rise apartment buildings or night-life options. 


Queen Anne houses and Tudor Revival apartment buildings are two iconic styles that offer plenty of space.

If you are looking for an apartment in DC and want to be a part of a cherished neighborhood with plenty of dining, social events, and shopping, consider making a Cleveland Park apartment your home.

Many of the single-family homes are spacious with large porches and yards. Apartment and condominium buildings from an earlier era offer opulent lobbies and ballrooms as well.

The Cleveland Park neighborhood is in close proximity to downtown Washington, making it a popular area. Many locals who work downtown are attracted by the convenience of living in one of the many Cleveland Park apartments, condos or townhouses. Families love the spacious homes for sale here—including Queen Anne-, Art Deco- and Victorian-style homes that line the streets as well as architecturally beautiful buildings designed by famous architects such as I.M. Pei and Winthrop Faulkner.


The peaceful vibe and open spaces make it a great place to work.

 Cleveland Park is a peaceful and welcoming neighborhood despite being busy during the day. Its manicured lawns and thriving commercial hub make residents feel at home, which is why many people choose to settle down in this small-town setting within the city limits.

 As a kid-friendly Washington, D.C. neighborhood, Cleveland Park is a popular destination for families, thanks to the large number of public and private schools in the area. In addition, Cleveland Park also boasts an attractive selection of homes, apartments, condos and townhouses for sale or rent, making it a great choice for all types of lifestyles. Likewise, for those who need to commute to their downtown jobs, or who simply crave the bright lights and nightlife of a big city, Cleveland Park is just the place to live.

If you are interested in taking in the History of DC, you can visit Cleveland Park's history and make use of The Cleveland Park Public Library. 

Cleveland Park is an incredibly pet-friendly neighborhood. With safe, walkable streets and sidewalks, multiple parks and a dog park, Cleveland Park is a highly desirable neighborhood for pet-owners.

Another landmark of note here, just two blocks away from the Washington Ballet, is the Sidwell Friends School — the private Quaker institution that the Obama daughters attended, among others.

Cleveland Park is also home to DC’s largest shopping center. Nearby residents enjoy it for being “non-touristy” while offering retail, dining, and nightlife typically reserved for trendier neighborhoods.

Cleveland Park has a Walkscore of 73, meaning you can complete most daily errands without a car. While not as walkable as other NW Quadrant neighborhoods, many will say that it’s a welcome trade-off for the community’s quiet and peaceful character.

For those looking to spend quality time with their friends and loved ones outdoors, Cleveland Park might be the best place in DC to call home. Nearby to several parks and playgrounds, there’s no shortage of spots to play ball, have a picnic, ride a bike, or just enjoy the weather.

Situated in the Northwestern quadrant of the city, the Cleveland Park neighborhood is a little more than a 10-minute drive depending on traffic (or an even quicker ride on the Metro) from downtown Washington, D.C. With its proximity to the nation's capital, Cleveland Park can provide the ideal lifestyle for those who want to be near big-city amenities but away from the hustle and bustle of big-city life.

Newest Cleveland Park Homes and Condos for Sale

4 Beds 4 Baths Courtesy of DC Premier Real Estate, LLC
Welcome to this gorgeous renovation of the consummate Petworth rowhome. This lovely home has been renovated from top to bottom with high-end finishes throughout, from the wide-plank hardwood floors to the gourmet chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, and white quartz counters, to the custom lighting, and high-end fixtures, this home really has it all. Step onto the welcoming covered front porch, perfect for your morning coffee! As you walk through the front door, you'll be impressed by the open floor plan that flows from the bright formal living room to the elegant formal dining room, and on to the gourmet kitchen. Upstairs you'll find 3 spacious bedroom and 2 full baths. The primary suite features a separate sitting area with custom wardrobe and a beautiful primary bath with dual vanities, white quartz counters, and a custom shower. There are 2 more spacious bedrooms on this level as well as a fully renovated hallway bath. The fully finished lower level features gorgeous laminate floors, a large rec room, custom wet bar, and a 4th bedroom with full bath, and walkout to the rear driveway/parking area. Over 2000 finished square feet on a quiet, tree-lined street, near Rock Creek Park, the Georgia Ave/Petworth Metro, tons of restaurants on Upshur street, with easy access to all conveniences along Georgia Ave as well as off-street driveway parking for 1-2 cars and plenty of on-street parking.

4803 8th St Nw, Washington

Listing courtesy of DC Premier Real Estate, LLC.