WASHINGTON | DC
Described in 1903 by the Washington Times as the prettiest suburb of Washington, Cleveland Park is to many, an entry way into the city’s past. Located in upper NorthWest D.C., the neighborhood of Cleveland Park is named after it’s most famous resident, President Grover Cleveland, who in 1890 built a country house that stood in the heart of what would become a burgeoning suburb. Through the neighborhood’s history, Cleveland Park has grown and flourished.
Today, the magnificent neighborhood is composed of rolling hills and tree lined streets whose homes follow the natural contours of the terrain. Filled with a wide variety of residences from single family homes to large condo buildings to its historical yet vibrant commercial corridor with direct access to the Metros red line, Cleveland Park prides itself as a hub of offering the very best a city can offer.
So whether you want to enjoy a meal outside on the patio with friends or go for a walk in nearby Rock Creek Park, whether you want to see the famous pandas at the National Zoo or see a movie at the historic Uptown theater, this quaint historic neighborhood could be exactly what you are looking for.
FROM FOOD, TO ENTERTAINMENT, TO MAGNIFICENT HOMES, CLEVELAND PARK IS AN AMAZING PLACE TO LIVE.